As part of Connected Educator Month, we will be sponsoring all sorts of events, activities, and free content to show you the how and the why of being a connected educator. One of the projects we’d like to see grow and grow is our brand new Connected Learning Manifesto.
Connected Learning Manifesto
This manifesto is a collaborative statement on connected learning – what is it? What do we believe about it? Who is a connected learner? Why is it important?
Add your thoughts
We want to hear from you. Visit the collaborative Connected Learning Manifesto and add your thoughts, statements, or strong assertions. Leave a comment below and let us know what you added. And don’t forget to add your Twitter handle to the document so others can connect with you online.
Spread the word
Want to let others know about this collaborative manifesto? Tweet one of the “Tweetables” below!
Add your thoughts to the Connected Learning Manifesto – http://bit.ly/Mjd9vW #CE12 via @plpnetwork What are your strong feelings about connected learning? Add to the Connected Learning Manifesto http://bit.ly/Mjd9vW #CE12 via @plpnetwork
Add your thoughts to the Connected Learning Manifesto – http://bit.ly/Mjd9vW #CE12 via @plpnetwork
What are your strong feelings about connected learning? Add to the Connected Learning Manifesto http://bit.ly/Mjd9vW #CE12 via @plpnetwork
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Two things come to mind – fueling individual passions by connecting learners with similar passions.
Connecting learning (and learners) builds on their humanity and adds to the “human experience”
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experience is important thing of human’s life. But I agree with you “Two things come to mind – fueling individual passions by connecting learners with similar passions”
Connected learning may be best exemplified in student intiated project based learning.
Connected learning: using 21st Century Skills to establish and develop reciprocal, supportive relationships
Some powerful and wonderful assertions here, but please fix the typo: “It’s a synergy that creates something greater than its individual parts…”
To me, connected learning is really about taking a more networked approach to learning. Also, finding new ways to use digital tools to explore, enhance and engage.
Stir up a batch of power learning! Here is an easy recipe: Start with an open thinking mind! Add a touch of imagination. Mix in a heaping amount of curiosity! Spinkle in a few dazzling questions, to add flavor. Stir, fold, and mold into the shape of a power learner! Best to share immediately with others! Your friends will ask for more!
The Connected Learner Manifesto is a work in progress that may never be completed. It may never come to fruition, not because it is a bad idea, but rather because the concept of connected learning is and will remain in flux as long as the technology that supports it continues to advance. Perhaps this and other digital age declarations should remain works in progress, living documents that never stop growing. That notion fits with the idea of connected learning very nicely. I’ve added my own thoughts to the Manifesto on my blog: http://bit.ly/O4zXUS – and in the document itself and look forward to hearing other people’s thoughts. @drjwmarquis
Connected learning is not about you, it is about us.
The urban and the rural hold hands.
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The most important way to learn to share the pass. Somehow talking to our friend at home, correspondence school, listening to the following social happening, there is a need to learn them as well. exactly as it should in this manifesto.
Connected learning fuels global awareness, curiosity, inquiry and learning. It has the power to change.