Spiral Q Salon

Unpacking Equity and Connected Learning #PHL

An open conversation on connected learning in our community

Join us for Spiral Q's second salon of the season as co-curators Tracy Broyles of Spiral Q, Laura Deutch of Philly Youth Media Collaborative and Christina Cantrill of the National Writing Project host a conversation about equity and connected learning. What does it looks like, where and how is it happening in Philadelphia and what ethical or equity considerations should we consider as this movement grows?


Guests include: Chris Rogers, Philadelphia As Classroom; Dan Schimmel, STEAMworkPHILLY; Erika Owens, Knight-Mozilla OpenNews; Kira Baker-Doyle, Arcadia University School of Ed Connected Learning Certificate, Meenoo Rami, Science Leadership Academy and YOU!


Please RSVP
for this free event.

UNPACKING EQUITY & CONNECTED LEARNING #PHL

Wednesday, May 7th, 6-8pm

1227 N 4th St

Philadelphia

Located at Impact Hub Philadelphia.

The event is free for everyone.

RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/spiralqsaloncl
or call (215) 222-6979

Spiral Q

Spiral Q builds strong and equitable communities characterized by creativity, joy, can-do attitudes, and the courage to act on their convictions.

We imagine a city whose streets reflect the full spectrum of its residents’ creativity. We see a responsive and engaged society that rallies consistently to overcome the challenges of discrimination and oppression. We envision a world of abundance that mobilizes its resources to nurture shared vitality.

Philly Youth Media Collaborative

The Philadelphia Youth Media Collaborative strengthens, connects, and promotes organizations that engage youth in the creation, analysis, and distribution of media. Our network of youth media educators and producers supports youth in becoming creative media makers, critical thinkers, and engaged global citizens. Together, we work to advance a healthy democracy that values youth perspectives and contributions.

National Writing Project

The National Writing Project (NWP) is a nationwide network of educators working together to improve the teaching of writing in the nation's schools and in other settings. NWP believes that writing in its many forms is the signature means of communication in the 21st century and we envision a future where every person is an accomplished writer, engaged learner, and active participant in a digital, interconnected world.