start your own edu180 project
We’ve recieved a fair amount of interest — from across the U.S. and internationally as well — about replicating the edu180 project. Sharing this experience with others has always been a focus of the founding team of editors, so we created a detailed “how to” document which can serve as a guide for getting a similar project off the ground. All we ask is that you let us know that you’re starting an edu180 project and give edu180atl a shout out!
An edu180 project is a great way to highlight the stories of learning taking place within a community. It serves as a reminder that learning is about more than subjects, classrooms, textbooks, and standardized test scores, and instead is something that is natural to who we are as human beings, no matter our age. An edu180 project brings learning to life and demonstrates that learning happens everyday, everywhere, and is part of what connects us as people. By encouraging people to reflect on the question “what did you learn today?” and sharing those stories of learning, the edu180 project seeks to broaden the conversation about education, encourage the spirits of those who love to learn, and connect learners across disciplines and settings.
So, what are you waiting for? Why not get started on creating an edu180 chapter of your own…