Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Dear Connected Learning colleagues at Arcadia! Today we at the National Writing Project kick off an open online professional learning opportunity called Writing Our Civic Futures. It is a collaborative annotation project with Marginal Syllabus examining youth voice and participation, and the tools and strategies young people are using to organize for social change.

Join us this month and then throughout the semester (one article per month which kicks off the first week): http://educatorinnovator.org/writing-our-civic-futures-october-youth-voice-and-participation/

#connectedlearning #marginalsyllabus

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Hello Connected Learning @ Arcadia! Here is the blog for ED677 this spring if you want to join into the fun: http://spring2017.seekingequityed677.org/blog/

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Hello Friends in Connected Learning,

Do you work with, live with, and/or mentor youth 13-18? If so, sign up for http://letters2president.org/ to get resources and opportunities about teaching the election and support youth participation around topics of interest to them. You will also be first in line to learn about the youth publishing site when it opens for submissions in late July.

Sign up today!

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Hey Arcadia Connected Learning folks .. we made a Flipgrid about shared purposes and what it means to learn with a shared purpose. Interested in adding your thoughts too?

http://flipgrid.com/#c59191b3

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
FYI #ED677  
Join us this Thursday at 4 p.m. PDT for a discussion with members of the Council of Youth Research on how this practice makes civic education authentic, relevant, and oriented toward social justice. This hangout is the second in a 4-part series, “Youth-Led Inquiry, Connection, and Action: Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age.” #connectedlearning http://bit.ly/1Wd1PFk
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded