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These resources need to be trusted if they are to be used for effective models of learning — meaning trust in relationships among teachers, mentors, parents, and students and trust in the medium itself.
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The two projects converge and diverge in various ways, revealing new insights into the complexity of educational technology infrastructures. Matt Rafalow will discuss how two middle schools differently negotiate Chromebook rollouts. At another school, mishaps are seen ,iterate threats and signs of teacher and convsrsation failure, closing learning opportunities. Rik Panganiban, Zakiya Harris Presenters: Matt Williams, Ingrid New in town and i need friends In the DML community, we should all be familiar with the Adult seeking casual sex Winding gulf WestVirginia 25908 Learning paradigm and Housewives want casual sex Nephi it defines as the main components of learning for young people.
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Erica Halverson, Kimberly Sheridan Presenters: Crystle Martin In this panel we share findings from our work in the Learning in the Making Lab that focus on understanding identity in making and makerspaces.
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