Connected Teaching

This session took place on 8th Jan 2019, 3pm GMT
Facilitators: Bonnie StewartAmy CollierDavid White

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Designing ‘connected’ teaching and learning which works on and offline.

The web is a participatory space, built on user contributions that connect a vast network of people and ideas. How do we design digital learning experiences that make the most of that participatory capacity? How can we build connection both within and beyond the walls of our classrooms, using digital platforms? What are the risks and benefits? This session weighs the challenges of connecting in the contemporary information ecosystem, while centering participatory learning as the core of meaningful digital change.

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  2. This slide show just blew my mind. Thank you for opening up this necessary conversation. I’m trying to write some curriculum material on complexity for primary age students and I’m doing some research. mI wish I was part of your crew!

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