An Ecological View of Equity: Reframing our Understanding of Youth Access to Connected Learning Communities -- Nichole Pinkard

Exceptionally incisive analysis of precisely the role of specific rituals and routines in fostering an equitable connected learning culture

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Critical to the success of the connected learning movement is equitable access to learning opportunities. However, defining equitable access, tracking and measuring impact on engagement and learning outcomes are areas of potential growth for the DML community. In her talk, Nichole Pinkard will use the development of the Chicago connected learning ecology of which she has been a principal architect of as a cofounder of Digital Youth Network, YOUmedia, Chicago Learning Network (now called HIVE), and Chicago City of Learning, to put forward design principles for developing equitable connected learning communities. Posted in June 2015.


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