46 Responses to “‘Connected Learning’ in Edge Communities”

  1. dr. mike mattingly says:

    The interesting part is that the students “on the social and economic margins” are now finding ways to connect to learning, so be it non-traditional. I am guessing they have taken responsibility for themselves to make these connections for all the reasons listed above — lack of stimulating classrooms, increased social connections, etc.

    How will schools leverage this new learning mode/environment/ecology? Secondary schools must be observant of the students all around them and take notice that kids do learn and can learn. They have found their niche! Now, let the students go!

    mike m.

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