As a CLRN
scholar, Schor works with colleagues, leading research studies that advance connected learning, a 21st century educational approach that takes advantage of today's abundance of digital information and social connection and makes learning relevant.
Resources are approved for inclusion in the CLRN through a review process that coves legal compliance, standards alignment, and minimum requirements set forth by the California State Board of Education.
A third-party agency conducted an extensive evaluation study of the CLRN for the 2007-2008 school year.
"The CLRN approval verifies that Writing Roadmap meets California's standards for educational software and electronic learning resources," said Ellen Haley, president of CTB/McGraw-Hill.
CLRN provides educators with the information they need to make informed decisions about the selection, procurement and use of electronic learning resources.
Both scholars are working with their CLRN
colleagues, leading research studies that advance connected learning, a 21st century educational approach that takes advantage of today's abundance of digital information and social connection and makes learning relevant.
The NTW CLRN
is the region's new Local Research Network for patient-centred research, which is based within the Centre for Life camp us.
"Being listed on the CLRN
means educators will know exactly how Lightspan's products correlate to California state standards, which is especially important in this period of increased accountability at both the state and federal levels," says CLRN
's director Bridget Foster.
MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning initiative, the grant has been awarded to continue the work of the Connected Learning Research Network (CLRN).
Since 2011, CLRN's scholars have been advancing the emerging field of digital media and learning through interdisciplinary research.
“Connected learning is an approach to addressing inequity in education in ways geared to the networked society,” said Mizuko (Mimi) Ito, CLRN's chair and research director of the University of California Humanities Research Institute's Digital Media and Learning Hub.