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Cultivating Disciplinary Futures in a School‐Based Digital Atelier

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Title: Cultivating Disciplinary Futures in a School‐Based Digital Atelier
Author(s): Phillips, NC; Woodard, R; Lund, V Killian; Manderino, M; Castek, J
Subject(s): learning environments digital media mentors
Abstract: For two years we have observed in an after-school space staffed and resourced to support students’ elective learning called the Digital Atelier (DA) at Mullen High School (all school and student names are pseudonyms), a neighborhood school on Chicago’s southwest side. While recent models of interest-driven youth learning (e.g., connected learning; Ito et al., 2013) have paid close attention to designing such online and physical learning environments, examples are primarily located outside of schools (e.g., YOUmedia at the Chicago Public Library). The DA at Mullen offers a unique opportunity to consider teaching and learning within an elective learning space located inside a school. In this column, we articulate the ways that practices observed in the DA point to possibilities for finding and building interest-driven digital pathways to cultivate young people’s disciplinary futures. Our focus is on the ways that mentoring practices in this liminal learning space can inform disciplinary teaching and learning in other contexts.
Issue Date: 2017-01
Publisher: Wiley
Citation Info: Phillips, N.C., Woodard, R., & Killian Lund, V. (2017). Cultivating Disciplinary Futures in a School-Based Digital Atelier. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 60(4), 461–465. doi: 10.1002/jaal.608
Type: Article
Description: © 2017 Wiley Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10027/21652
ISSN: 1081-3004
Sponsor: This research was funded in part by the Hive Chicago Fund for Connected Learning at the Chicago Community Trust. While conducting this research, the authors had a design research partnership with Convergence Academies that involved sharing findings to inform ongoing design decisions made by Convergence staff. The authors do not have a financial relationship with any of the institutions named in the paper.
Date Available in INDIGO: 2017-06-13
 

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