Connections and Reflections from CLMOOC 2014

Making Learning Connected is an event we offered during The Summer to Make, Play & Connect...

Connected Learning and the Invitational Summer Institute

What possibilities emerge for Writing Project sites when you take the traditional Invitational Summer Institute (ISI) and infuse that model with the principles of Connected Learning?  What role might the Make Learning Connected MOOC (#clmooc)...

Learning Connected Learning

This collection brings together content from the NWP Digital Is website which demonstrate some of the key principles of connected learning while also opening up a discussion about the implications of this work for learning both inside and...

Making And Creating

The Make Movement is a shift towards helping us see the value in the act of creating instead of merely consuming. As more young people spend their time online, it is important for us, as...



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Mitch Nobis
Making comics in the classroom engages students in valuable visual literacy practices. This resource shares how an AP English Language class made comics to enhance students' understanding of visual rhetoric while also helping students read classic...
When NWP staff contacted me back in April to ask if I’d be interested in working to help create and facilitate the Making Learning Connected #clmooc, I blindly and enthusiastically jumped at the opportunity.  Over the last few weeks I collaborated...
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Nicole Mirra
I consider myself pretty invested in the Connected Learning community. I had the privilege of co-chairing the "Civic Education and Youth Serving Organizations" strand of the Digital Media and Learning conference in 2013, I contributed to an eBook...
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Amy Brosemer
“Last year I was not smart. This year I am. I don’t know why but I like it.”  This quote was written by one of my third graders in his autobiography in November of 2009. Very simply, it epitomizes my goal for my classroom. 
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Fall semester 2012 was coming to a close, and I noticed some important skills that my middle school students were still struggling with in my social studies class.