Posted byWriting for Change
The San Diego Writing Project has had a focus for the past few years on digital literacy. An over arching question has been “How do we motivate teachers to go from consumers of media, to producers of media?”
Posted byPaul Allison
"Who does that?" a girl in my 10th grade English class murmured dismissively.
Learn to Listen. Really Listen: “Storytelling and Digital Age Civics” Series Artists and Activists Share Seven Key Insights
Posted bySangita Shresthova
This resource shares seven key educator-oriented insights from the January 2014 Connected Learning TV "Storytelling and Digital Age Civics" webinar series. Organized by the Media Activism and Participatory Politics (MAPP) Project at USC and its...
Posted byLiana Gamber-Thompson
The truth will set you free. It’s a maxim that shows up in all kinds of places, from university mottos to Oprah’s Life Class. Its meanings are often hazy and applications varied, but my religious Southern parents will be pleased to know that I...
Posted byRegina Love
Building on my experience as a parent, I realized how important it was for me to work with kids with learning disabilities. As a mother of two children, one with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and the other with Attention Deficit Disorder, I found...
Posted by Deanna Mascle on Jan 26, 2015
Posted by Jennifer Ward on Jan 17, 2015