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 byLaurie Roberts
Taking risks has never felt like a natural part of my personality. I don't typically blaze my own trail. I look for the safe, the comfortable, the experiences I can control.
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 byDK Wright
Urban Word NYC champions the voices of New York City teens by providing platforms for critical literacy, youth development and leadership opportunities; through free and uncensored writing workshops, college prep and events to perform/share their...
Posted byLarissa Pahomov
As I wrote in an earlier resource for Digital Is, at Science Leadership Academy we sometimes worry that our multimedia-rich education is a stark contrast to what our students will be facing when they graduate and enter more traditional college...
Posted by Dawn Reed on Feb 8, 2017
Posted by Howard Rheingold on Dec 6, 2016