The Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation
Transforming Learning Through Universal Access to Technology
The goal of the Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation (AALF) is to ensure that all children have access to unlimited opportunities to learn anytime and anywhere and that they have the tools that make this possible. To achieve this, AALF helps schools develop visionary leadership and knowledgeable, innovative educators.
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-- Taking ITGlobal has recently launched a Projects Registry where schools can advertise innovative global issues projects and request collaboration from other schools. This is a terrific space where you can connect with classrooms all around the world and collaborate on a variety of social issues!
-- AALF's Back-To-School Reading List: A collection of newly published books, and several worth re-visiting.
-- AALF's New Research List: A collection of newly posted research on education, 1:1, and learning.
-- The recently published whitepaper, A Policy Agenda for a 21st-Century Education, co-authored by AALF president, Bruce Dixon, and AALF Executive Director, Susan Einhorn.
This paper examines what policies can be developed that will allow educational leadership to provide learning opportunities that leverage the digitally-rich world in which young people today are growing up in? By examining the challenges and policy decisions of a large number of high profile, large-scale initiatives around the world, it is possible to identify six key policy priorities that together could be called 'world's best practice'.
Click here to download the whitepaper!
-- We've set up an EdWeb community for our AALF members to connect with one another. We'd love to have you join the conversation! Be sure to check out the 1:1 infographic "The Independent Learner" posted by a recent participant in our We've Got Laptops Now What?! online course. It's sure to be incredibly helpful for all 1:1 educators.
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Latest Blog Posts
Read recently published entries from AALF member's blogs. Any AALF member can have their blog listed here, all you have to do is write a new entry.
For many years now, the Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation has provided thought leadership, advocacy, and a range of resources and information to educators and school leaders across the globe in support of their 1:1 initiatives. Most recently, Susan wrote to tell you of a White Paper that we...
As many of you are aware from previous columns, over the past two and half years, much of our time has been invested in scaling a support network for 1 to 1 initiatives across the globe. This came as a result of the success of the original 21 Steps for 21st Century Learning leader’s workshops,...
When I went to school way, way back in the previous millennium, I would find there pencils, paper, crayons, and everything I needed to do my work. As I got older, sure, I had to bring a binder as well as pens and pencils, but everything else was there for me to use. Flash forward to when my kids...
\'There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says \'Morning, boys. How\'s the water?\' And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes \'What the hell...
Conversation Starting Points
This month, we asked a number of educational experts the following question: How can you relate the following parable to learning and the role of school and educators in our digital world?
"There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says "Morning, boys. How's the water?" And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes "What the hell is water?"
Click here to read the intriguing responses from Will Richardson, Maria Langworthy, and Susan Einhorn.
At Yarmouth High School in Yarmouth, Maine, students are involved in many aspects of the school-wide 1:1 program. In particular, the student-run tech committee provides an opportunity for students to participate in, and guide the direction of, Yarmouth's learning culture. In this article, Instructional Technology Integrator Alice Barr shares how the committee is organized, its role within the school, and its benefits and challenges. Click here to read more about Yarmouth's student-run initiative!By: Alice Barr, Yarmouth High School
June 17, 2014
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