Connected Learning for All Ages

What it is Connected Learning?

The days of sitting behind a desk, staring at a blackboard for hours on end are long gone. These days, learning goes way beyond the confines of a classroom. Thanks to the wonders of technology, students are able to discover, learn and connect in ways never though possible.

Connected learning allows students to discover partner organizations in their community such as the Detroit Historical Museum and the Anton Art Center to engage in learning activities. Earn a digital badge, connect online and share your digital backpack with others.

How Do You Earn a Badge?

After visiting one of the participating organizations below, sign up for an account. After you validate your account you can add a badge to your account by selecting “Claim Badge” from the top navigation.

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The COVID313 Community Coalition for Families & Students brings you a live, virtual townhall to highlight the important work being done in Detroit around education, financial stability, and health & mental health, during the Coronavirus outbreak. Over the next two hours, you’ll hear from public health experts, elected officials, and representatives from the education sector. We will also have time for questions throughout the townhall, so submit your questions in the comments below, and please let us know if your comment is directed for one particular panelist. If you can’t stay for the whole time, the final video will be posted on the COVID313.org website, and on the pages of our partners, within the next day.

If you need spanish translation during the live video, please call 313-626-7440. If you need Arabic translation during the live video, please call 313-241-7030.

يقدم تحالف المجتمع COVID313 للعائلات والطلاب تجربة افتراضية حية مباشرة لإلقاء الضوء على العمل المهم الذي يتم القيام به حول التعليم والاستقرار المالي والصحة والصحة العقلية، أثناء تفشي فيروس"الكورونا" في ديترويت. سوف نستضيف خبراء في الصحة العامة وبعض المسؤولين المنتخبين وممثلين في قطاع التعليم على مدار الساعتين التاليتين وسيكون لدينا أيضاً وقتاً للأسئلة خلال هذا الاجتماع، لذا أرسل أسئلتك إلى التعليقات أدناه، ويرجى إخبارنا ما إذا كان تعليقك موجهًا لأحد أعضاء اللجنة. سوف يتم نشر الفيديو النهائي على الموقعCOVID313.org ، وعلى صفحات شركائنا في اليوم التالي إن لم تتمكن من البقاء معنا طوال الوقت.
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La Coalición Comunitaria de COVID313 para familias y estudiantes les ofrece un ayuntamiento virtual en vivo para compartirles los servicios importantes que están disponibles en el campo de: educación, estabilidad financiera, salud general y salud mental, durante el brote de coronavirus en Detroit. Durante las próximas dos horas, recibirán noticias de expertos en salud pública, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y educación. También habrá tiempo para hacer preguntas, entonces escriban sus preguntas en los comentarios abajo, y avísanos si su pregunta se dirige a un experto en particular. Si no puede quedarse todo el tiempo, el video final será publicada en el sitio web COVID313.org y en las páginas de nuestros socios, al día siguiente.

Si necesita traducción (en vivo) de este video en español, hablé al 313-626-7440.
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