21st-Century Skills ● Adult Learning ● Alternative Education ● Art Education ● Artificial Intelligence ● Assessment ● Blended Learning ● Brain-based Learning ● Classroom 2.0 ● Coding ● Communities of Practice ● Community Outreach ● Computer Science ● Cooperative Learning ● Critical Thinking ● Data Literacy ● Design Thinking ● Differentiation ● Digital Badges & Certification ● Digital Curation ● Digital Equity and Inclusion ● Digital Health and Wellness ● Digital Literacy ● Distance Learning ● Early Childhood ● Education Leadership ● Emerging Technologies ● ePortfolios ● ESL ● Game-based Learnring ● Gap Years ● Gifted and Talented ● Global Education and Collaboration ● Homeschooling and Home Learning ● Information Literacy ● Instructional Coaching ● Instructional Design ● Intercultural Understanding ● Internet Safety and Security ● Journalism ● Language Arts ● Language Learning ● Learning Commons ● Learning Cultures ● Libraries and Librarians ● Life-skills Learning ● Literacy ● Logic Education ● Maker Education ● Math ● Media Literacy ● Online Teaching and Learning ● Open Education ● Peer to Peer Learning ● Personal Development ● Privacy ● Professional Development ● Programming ● Project-based Learning ● Reinventing College ● Robotics ● School Libraries ● Self-directed Learning ● Skills-based Learning ● Social and Emotional Learning ● Special Needs ● STEM ● Student 2.0 ● Student-led Learning ● Teacher 2.0 ● Technology Education ● Technology in Education ● Temperament and Learning ● Trade Skills ● Travel Study ● Virtual Exchange ● Virtual Reality ● World Languages
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Unschooling To University (College)
Exceptional Circumstances for Exceptional Learners (ECEL)
Reading Globally, Thinking Reflectively, Acting Locally
Connecting Classrooms using Technology
Digital Storytelling in the Journalism Classroom
Academic Books in Open Access
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Welcome to the Learning Revolution.
The technologies of the Internet and the Web have been reshaping when, where, and from whom we learn--and even how we think about learning.
The Learning Revolution is a free online community hub from Steve Hargadon and focused on the the future of schools and libraries.
We invite you to join us for our topic-specific forum discussions, special online conferences and mini-conferences, weekly shows, and book groups. With the current emergency (and increasingly pervasive) remote teaching measures being implemented in many schools, these discussions have become more important than ever. As the boundaries of our learning worlds increasingly overlap, we believe collaborative conversations will be critical to framing and preparing for the learning revolution starting to take place.
We kicked off the Learning Revolution with a two-month daily online conference, with over 150 sessions and free to all to attend. The sessions were also recorded and are available to watch.
Thank you for joining us.