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First published on the Connected Learning Alliance blog. In their 2018 report, Let's Go There, Cathy Cohen, Joseph Kahne and Jessica Marshall argue for the importance of "Lived Civics," an approach to civic education that is centered on "attention t...

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First published on the Connected Learning Alliance blog. We are researchers of youth digital media practices who have worked together for over a decade to support youth in fostering positive forms of technology engagement. More recently, we have re...

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Originally posted on the Connected Learning Alliance blog. We are happy to announce a new collection of research papers and opinion pieces on the topic of Algorithmic Rights and Protections of Children, as an MIT Press Works in Progress collection...

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Originally published on the Connected Learning Alliance blog. Junior scholars on academic pathways have a notoriously difficult climb. The old "publish or perish" adage is alive and kicking, putting pressure on even the most promising individuals gr...

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Thank you so much Dr. Serena Hicks for inviting me to join the #edmoves podcast! Listen to our conversation about course design and the role of technology in the now times. We do a lot of unpacking of the blog I wrote at the beginning of the semester too. Appreciate the opportunity to think through…

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Grateful for the conversation we shared about building community in online classrooms led by Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Director of the National Writing Project, with Dr. Anna Smith from Illinois State University and Michigan teacher Matthew Johnson. You ca...

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Thank you to the editors of this special issue of Composition Studies–Drs. Dawn Shepherd, Samantha Sturman, and Heidi Estrem–for a wonderful issue focused on corequisite writing courses. Bonus: working with my colleagues Laura Sparks and Chris Fosen to share the jumbo writing course was awesome. Many people have asked about the jumbo course design; grateful…

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Like many of my colleagues who think about digital pedagogy, I’ve been fielding lots of questions from fellow educators as we shift to online teaching. Every educator I know is trying to get this moment right, to do our best to support learners. Universities and school districts are scrambling to support faculty and students as…

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Originally posted on the Connected Learning Alliance blog. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown persistent problems of occupational equity and job security into sharp relief. Pew Research Center's analysis of Spring 2020 employment data indicates that 2...

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It is 1994. The milk crate is heavier than I remember as I haul it down from a high shelf in the bedroom closet. The plastic box lands with a thump on the bedroom floor. I settle in around it on the low carpet, legs straddling the dusty contents, my back supported by the empty…

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