This is a special educators episode of Rewind From Today.
In this episode, host Anthony Perrotta shares his current studies as a graduate student in the Professional Masters of Education program at Queen's University. Exploring the Connected Classroom and the educational overhaul required to provide today's learner with a truly enriched and meaningful experience, Anthony explores the value of community partnership through Campus Calgary and MusicLinks.
Both Campus Calgary and MusicLinks promote connected learning opportunities through Networked Learning and Interdisciplinary Learning theories.
This episode is definitely for anyone interested in providing students with authentic opportunities to learn, unlearn and relearn with the goal to nurture life-long community oriented learning.
Let's reimagine learning and the classroom.
In this episode, Anthony makes notes to a number of research papers and media texts. Click here for access:
Anthony extends special thanks to his "Upward Mobility of Black Creatives Part 2" guest, Freddy Brobbey for his support with this episode. Freddy is the Creative Director of MusicLinks and provided a number of insights highlighted in this episode.
Campus Calgary at: https://cbe.ab.ca/ccom/Pages/Home.aspx