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Inner Realms Journey

By National Writing Project
If you can imagine the place where role-playing games, meditation, and mindfulness meet for fun and learning, you might be close to Inner Realms Journey.
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Local Climate Change Impacts and Solutions

By Laurie Giarratani
This lesson plan was developed by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as part of the Share and Spread Connected Learning Collection, organized by The Sprout Fund with the generous support of the MacArthur Foundation.
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Sharing Connected Learning from Pittsburgh

By Patricia Monticello Kievlan
Resources that exemplify some of the best connected learning practices that have been developed in Pittsburgh.
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Spoken Word: Youth Leading Change

By Venneasha Davis
This Spoken Word lesson plan was developed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as part of the Share and Spread Connected Learning Collection, organized by The Sprout Fund with the generous support of the MacArthur Foundation.
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Literature, Identity, Agency: Civic Engagement in the Classroom

By Janelle Bence
High school ELA teacher and NWP teacher leader Janelle Bence explores how civic engagement forms the essential “why” of her classroom practice, helping students consider their identities, values, and connections to communities big and small.
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Digital Civics Toolkit: 5 Resource Modules for Educators

By Erica Hodgin, Carrie James, and Sangita Shresthova
The Digital Civics Toolkit, built on research from the MacArthur Research Network on Youth and Participatory Politics, organizes resources for engaging youth in the civic potentials of digital life. The toolkit is organized into five distinct modules that each capture a key practice…
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Creative Writing and World-Building in Minecraft: Education Edition

By Joe Dillon
The 10 Minecraft: Education Edition lessons built were co-created with the help of interested educators and youth; each was imagined as a playful interpretation of a concept familiar in English Language Arts, and each asks players to write and build in different ways.
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Write Now Teacher Studio

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Where teachers write, share, and talk shop about writing and the teaching of writing

Hosted by the National Writing Project, the Write Now Teacher Studio is an open, online community of educators for educators. It’s a place to write together, examine our teaching, create and refine curricula, and work toward ever more effective and equitable practices to create confident, creative, and critical thinkers and writers in our classrooms and courses.

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