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From the Tule Lake Segregation Center to the Virtual World

With a 2013 NPS Japanese American Confinement Sites grant, the National Japanese American Historical Society in collaboration with the Bay Area Writing Project, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the Tule Lake Committee used newly...

The Why Behind The Making

Last week, I read an article on venturebeat.com, describing Nancy Pelosi’s “awe” for the maker movement. The article was old, (published January of last year), but I was still happy to see this opinion vocalized, being a maker-educator, myself.
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Author: Janis Watson
Gaming the System: Designing with Gamestar Mechanic orients readers to the nature of games as systems, how game designers need to think in terms of... Read more
Author: Meera Nair
As the Visiting Fiction Writer-in-Residence at Fordham University I taught fiction writing to undergraduates and undergrads in courses titled Fiction... Read more
Author: Team CLMOOC
During the summer of Making Learning Connected (or clmooc) a  twitter discussion arose on what constitutes a story. Sometimes questions need to be... Read more
Author: 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... Read more
"We educators have this need or impulse to take an expert stance in the classroom," says Mia Zamora, Associate Professor of English at Kean... Read more
"There's a magic that manifests when you take an idea that you thought up and produce a physical object that represents the thing you had in your... Read more
Author: Jack Zangerle
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC.
Author: K-Fai Steele
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the... Read more
Author: Mia Zamora
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the... Read more
Author: Joe Dillon
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC.

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