Readings for "Marginal Syllabus: Pedagogies of Connected Learning" (2018-19)
This brief survey requests information about readings that may be included in the 2018-19 "Marginal Syllabus: Pedagogies of Connected Learning." As a point of reference, please read the Connected Learning values and the six learning and design principles that define Connected Learning (below). Thank you for sharing your suggestions and thoughts!
Connected Learning Values
Equity: When educational opportunity is available and accessible to all young people, it elevates the world we all live in.

Full Participation: Learning environments, communities, and civic life thrive when all members actively engage and contribute.

Social Connection: Learning is meaningful when it is part of valued social relationships and shared practice, culture, and identity.

Connected Learning Principles
1. What is one reading you have previously used in a course that is effective in supporting discussions about Connected Learning and teaching? (Please include FULL citation.)
In suggesting a reading, please remember to provide a citation and/or link.
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2. How has this reading been effective, particularly in supporting conversations at - or about - the "margins" of teaching and learning?
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3. What is one new reading that you would like to use in a course to support discussion about Connected Learning and teaching? (Please include FULL citation.)
In suggesting a reading, please remember to provide a citation and/or link.
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4. How might this new reading be effective, particularly in supporting conversations at - or about - the "margins" of teaching and learning?
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5. Anything else? If you have suggestions and/or questions about the 2018-19 Marginal Syllabus, including you and/or your course's participation in public annotation conversations, please share here - thanks!
Suggestions and questions may also be sent directly to Remi Kalir at remi.kalir@ucdenver.edu
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