- We started our day with some inspiring words.
- — Cyberlearning Center (@CIRCLCenter)Sun, Jun 05 2016 12:13:48
- — Joe Polman (@joepolman)Sun, Jun 05 2016 12:24:31Cyberlearning mtg taking off. New emphases for NSF include "human-technology frontier" such as maker movement & citizen science #NSFCL16
- — Eni Mustafaraj (@enimust)Sun, Jun 05 2016 12:26:24The charge: use technology not only to support learning, but to understand how people learn by harnessing the generated big data. #NSFCL16
- And then we launched into getting to know each other better for our 2 days together.
- — Keith Ostfeld (@KeithOstfeld)Sun, Jun 05 2016 12:02:29Hello Day 1 at #NSFCL16 - I'm interested in strategies to teach computational thinking in informal learning environments.
- We went into roundtable discussions.
- — Mary Patterson (@map10323)Sun, Jun 05 2016 14:52:55
- — Lauren Goldenberg (@LaurGoldenberg)Sun, Jun 05 2016 13:50:56Teachers Online roundtable discussion-what motivates teachers to rate online professional learning library resources? #nsfcl16
- — Katie Rich (@ChiTownKatie)Sun, Jun 05 2016 14:30:58Great discussion at the Scalable Tools roundtable! I have new ways to think about the difference between dissemination and scaling. #NSFCL16
- — Christine Greenhow (@chrisgreenhow)Sun, Jun 05 2016 14:51:59
- — John Derian (@John_Derian)Sun, Jun 05 2016 14:54:51Making workshop at the #NSFCL16 inspired two project ideas for my H.S. biology class, and a new framework to design projects. Great start!
- — Dr. Julia Parra (@desertjul)Sun, Jun 05 2016 14:49:04
- And then Keynotes with Nichole Pinkard and Peggy Weil.
Designing for Deeper, Broader, and More Equitable Learning
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