Register for our webinar on 12/6 to learn about two of the topics in the Cyberlearning Community Report (free download and see previous 3 blog posts here).
Katie Headrick Taylor will be presenting on her work, which is the first topic in the report.
Community Mapping: Moving, discovering, and learning across contexts
Katie will discuss digitally mediated learning and teaching or “learning on-the-move” with mobile, geospatial technologies–and collaborative capabilities. She’ll also discuss Mobile City Science and show how these mobile technologies support public-facing education. Public-facing means young people working together with other young people, shopkeepers, clergy, and neighborhood residents. In their collaborative work, the youth identify neighborhood assets and also held a public forum to present evidence-based recommendations for community development and preservation projects.
Classrooms as Digital Performance Spaces: Learning while doing in context
Also in the webinar, Tom Moher will discuss some of his latest work, called RoomCast. In the Community Report, Tom discusses reorganizing classroom spaces to facilitate movement and interaction in ways that enhance learning. You can watch Tom talk about RoomQuake in a talk given at the first Cyberlearning Summit that discusses Classrooms as Digital Performance Spaces. RoomCast builds on his work and creates a “Classroom of Things” for students and teachers to use.
Register to attend if you can join us on December 6th, 2017, 12-1:30 pm PT / 3-4:30 pm ET.