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Laura Gogia shares about connected learning on this week’s Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
The most important part of [connected learning] is helping others understand the connections between all the different aspects of their life.
It’s not a tool-first [mentality] … it’s which tool matches up with what I’m trying to achieve.
Assessment becomes about documenting [the] process of learning.
- Connected Courses at Virginia Commonwealth University
- Journal for Prison re-entry
- Academic Transformation Lab at VCU
- Julian Sefton-Green
- Connected learning coaching
- Laura’s dissertation on connected learning
Bonni mistakenly attributed this Twitter analysis tool to being introduced by Robert Talbert on the TIHE Slack channel, but it was actually Ken Bauer who shared it.
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