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That's Horse S#!T: Connected Learning Through Compost, Weather Balloons & Other Projects

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That's Horse S#!T: Connected Learning Through Compost, Weather Balloons & Other Projects

  1. 1. That's Horse S#!T: Connected Learning Through Compost, Weather Balloons & Other Projects David Quinn Atakan Kadi Mendon – Upton Regional School District slides.eduquinn.com
  2. 2. Source: The Connected Learning Alliance
  3. 3. Source: The Connected Learning Alliance
  4. 4. Source: The Connected Learning Alliance
  5. 5. Source: The Connected Learning Alliance
  6. 6. Source: The Connected Learning Alliance
  7. 7. Source https://clalliance.org/why-connected-learning/ Our Why
  8. 8. Photo by Courtney Baucom on Unsplash MURSD Our Connected Learning Stories
  9. 9. Connected Composting: An Entrepreneurial Approach Connected Learning
  10. 10. Connected Composting: The Inspiration
  11. 11. Connected Clean Energy: A Community Approach to Clean Energy
  12. 12. Stratosphere: Students Launch a High Altitude Balloon and Payload Experiments
  13. 13. Stratosphere II: Nipmuc, we have a problem…
  14. 14. Other Projects to Connect Learners
  15. 15. Connecting the District Through the Marshmallow Challenge
  16. 16. Connecting to Civics: Raising Awareness Through PSAs & Action
  17. 17. Making the Work Public
  18. 18. Connecting Grade-Levels Through Hummingbird Robotics
  19. 19. Connecting the Community Through 21st Century Learning Conferences
  20. 20. Connecting Educators Through The Inspired Learning Project
  21. 21. Getting to the “HOW” of Connected & Inspired Learning
  22. 22. Photo by Matthew Garoffolo on Unsplash Remaining Barriers to Connected Learning
  23. 23. Current Obstacles • School Schedules: hard to align the sustained project with working professionals due to rotating class blocks. • Timing: A community member’s offer to help may not link up with any existing or current work. Schools need databases. • Student Schedules: Students already have numerous after-school & weekend commitments. • Game Change: shift in learning design may be unfamiliar to both teachers & students, especially those who have mastered the game of school. • Inequitable Resources: We’re fortunate to have a solid wireless infrastructure and abundances of devices. This is not the case for all public school districts.
  24. 24. Photo by Luke van Zyl on Unsplas Let’s STOP for a Moment
  25. 25. Notice and wonder by @bryanMMathers is licensed under CC-
  26. 26. @EDUQUINN slides.eduquinn.com

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