What is Connected Learning?

Connected learning builds on what researchers have long known about the value and effectiveness of interest-driven, peer-supported and academically relevant learning. This type of learning seeks to tie together the knowledge we have on how youth best learn with the opportunities made available through today’s networked world. Connected learning calls on today’s interactive and networked media in an effort to make these forms of learning more effective, better integrated, and broadly accessible to expand the reach of meaningful and sustained learning.

“The Connected Learning movement argues that we are living in a historical moment of transformation in the creation and sharing of knowledge, in social, political, and economic life, and in global connectedness.” Educator Innovator

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