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Episode 132 | The civics of technology
Episode 132 | The civics of technology

A few months ago, a website started popping into my twitter feed. Scholars and colleagues I know and respect were linking to this website called Civics of Technology. And when I visited the site, I immediately understood why. The people behind the website were...

Silver Lining for Learning (SLL) is an ongoing conversation on the future of learning with educators and education leaders from across the globe. Hosted by Chris Dede, Curt Bonk, Punya Mishra & Yong Zhao, these conversations began under the “dark cloud” of the COVID19 crisis and continue today. We see these conversations as space to discuss the creation of equitable, humanistic and sustainable learning ecosystems that meet the needs of all learners. These  conversations are hosted live on YouTube every Saturday (typically 5:30 PM Eastern US time) and are archived on this website.

More about the mission and history of SLL can be found in this article: Silver Lining for Learning as a bottom up driver of innovation.

Coming soon...

Episode 132| 12/10 5:30pm Est
Civics of Technology w/ Dan Krutka & Marie K Heath

Episode 133| 12/17 5:30pm ET
Education reform that sticks with the Center for the Reinvention of Public Education

12/24  & 12/31 No Show
See you in the New Year!!

Episode 131 | Find a Place for Stanford’s Code In Place

Episode 131 | Find a Place for Stanford’s Code In Place

Episode 131 | Saturday December 3, 2022, 5:30 pm Eastern Life is filled with challenges and adventures. Imagine teaching over 10,000 students in a single class. Sounds quite daunting, doesn’t it? Now what if those learners come from 120 different countries with their...

Episode 130 | 21st Century Learning in an Indian Context

Episode 130 | 21st Century Learning in an Indian Context

Episode 130 | 11 AM Eastern This is the third of three episodes that we are devoting to education in India. As we had said in the introduction to the first of this series (#123 and #129), with 1.4 billion people, 27% of whom are under 15, India has significant...

Episode 129 | Student-centered learning in an Indian context

Episode 129 | Student-centered learning in an Indian context

Introduction to the episode: Note special time 11 AM Eastern This is the second of three episodes that we are devoting to education in India. As we had said in the introduction to the first of this series (#123), with 1.4 billion people, 27% of whom are under 15,...

Bonus episode | SLL goes to AECT

Bonus episode | SLL goes to AECT

Silver Lining for Learning received two awards at the recently convened AECT conference in Las Vegas. Curt Bonk and I were at the conference to receive the awards. We were also asked make a presentation at the conference. Two different versions of the video of that...

Episode 122 | Hosts reflect

Episode 122 | Hosts reflect

Hosts reflect 9/24/2022 5:30 PM EDT. - with special guest Lin Lin Lipsmeyer from Southern Methodist University https://youtu.be/B6rjts28Wv0  

Episode 121 | Active Learning…Space: The Final Frontier

Episode 121 | Active Learning…Space: The Final Frontier

Episode #121. Saturday September 17, 2022, 5:30 pm Eastern Abstract Gigantic rocket ships and innovative telescopes are lifting out to space to explore the great unknown. The consensus view since the first airing of Star Trek in September 1966 was that outer space...

Episode 120 | Some Schools are Not Reopening, They’re Reinventing

Episode 120 | Some Schools are Not Reopening, They’re Reinventing

Episode #120. Saturday September 10, 2022, 5:30 pm Eastern Abstract At dinner during this age of the COVID-19 pandemic, have you and your family members discussed educational issues such as virtual schools, the future of education, learner agency and empowerment,...