Students write global guide on connected learning

05/22/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

A team of high-school students in Norway, who are English-language learners, has written a guide for teachers and students on how to shift from a traditional classroom environment to one in which learning is student-driven and focused largely on connectedness, their teacher Ann Michaelsen writes in this blog post. To create the interactive e-book, students consulted with peers and educators around the world through videoconferencing and a classroom professional learning network, and wrote about topics such as motivation and pedagogy, Michaelsen writes.

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