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Thursday, October 6 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Building Informal Learning Networks

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Abstracts are available here: http://dml2016.dmlhub.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Building-Informal-Learning-Networks.pdf, and are attached as a resource file below. 

Individual Session Compelling Models
241 Squad Goals: How Youth Connect, Learn and PowerUp!
Ariam Mogos | Global Kids| @aamogos


Individual Session Compelling Models - 
194 Mentoring 20%: A new model for brokering expertise in Connected Learning spaces
Wade Berger | John G. Shedd Aquarium | @wadeatshedd

Individual Session Compelling Models
198  We’ll bring the bagels: The real work of starting, building, and sustaining collaborative networks
Ryan Coon | The Sprout Fund | @sproutfund

Individual Session Compelling Models
221 Computational thinking development in programming clubs: a project design for public elementary schools in Brazil
Carolina Rodeghiero | Universidade Católica de Pelotas (Catholic University of Pelotas) & UCPel and CocTec (research group) | @CarolRodeghiero

Individual Session Research
142 Connected Learning in Public Libraries
Katie Davis | University of Washington | @katiebda

Individual Session Compelling Models - museum games
217 How to Organize a Serious Game Jam in 87 Easy-to-Follow Steps
Rik Panganiban | California Academy of Sciences | @riktheranger

 


Speakers
avatar for Ariam Mogos

Ariam Mogos

Director of Online Leadership Programs, Global Kids
avatar for Rik Panganiban

Rik Panganiban

Senior Instructional Design Lead, California Academy of Sciences
Digital learning, youth development, instructional design, online learning, blended learning, afterschool, STEM learning



Thursday October 6, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Emerald Bay A

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