29 Apr Connected Learning
CCWP is at the forefront of the National Writing Project’s efforts at Making Learning Connected. We conducted one of only three Face-To-Face groups which met throughout the Summer 2013 CLMOOC. Those efforts continue as NWP launches the Third Summer of
In the spirit of Connected Learning, and in support of the National Writing Project’s CLMOOC, Fred Mindlin continues to offer a free series of collaborative drop-in/meet-up informal reflection, sharing & innovation sessions on Connecting the Arts, Play and Making with Education, held on Thursdays twice a month.
July 9 & 23, August 6 & 20 4:30-6pm
Begun three years ago as part of Connected Educator Month: continuing every two weeks
Upstairs in the Nest above the Arts Council Offices, 1070 River St., Santa Cruz 95060
For more information, please call Fred 831-818-4475 or email fmindlin at gmail.com
Many thanks to Arts Council Santa Cruz County for their generous support in providing a venue for these sessions.
CCWP is continuing our efforts to pioneer models for Blended Learning, where online content is presented with coordinated in-person contact with collaborative groups.
Resources to prepare educators to master the digital age skills embodied in the ISTE NETS standards for Teachers are available at
a digital badge system developed by a library media specialist at New Milford High School. The Worlds of Learning system provides a framework that allows teachers to earn digital badges by learning about technology tools and applications.