We Are the Connected Learning Alliance
We are educators, researchers, innovators, and change makers. We believe young people deserve a more equitable learning ecosystem centered on their cultures, communities, and interests.We harness the power of emerging technology to help make this happen. Will you join us?
Remotely Connecting Global Youth Researchers: Students from Greece and the US Share International Findings
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Measuring Impact on Teenage Mental Health Entrepreneurship: Insights from the Connected Learning Summit
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The Connected Arts Learning Framework: An Expanded View of the Purposes and Possibilities for Arts Learning
New report comes at arts learning from a different angle: What if learning about or practicing an art could help young people connect more directly to their communities and the world they live in? And how might that change the experience and outcomes for both students and communities?
Asset and Action-Based Approaches to Civic Learning: A Review of Frameworks, Evidence and Approaches
This report offers an orientation and frameworks for how experiences of civic engagement and community connection can contribute to positive educational and life outcomes for minoritized youth.
New report explores how to make online gaming communities more youth-friendly and inclusive
New report examining the relationship between teens' technology use and mental health released
New report expands and revises key elements of the connected learning framework and the 2013 connected learning report
New Book Explores How Online Affinity Networks Expand Learning and Opportunity for Youth.
New Book Examines How the Digital and Social-Media Lives of Low-Income Youth, Especially Youth of Color, Have Evolved Amidst Rapid Social and Technological Change.