How exciting it is to say we live in a time and place where knowledge is so freely abundant! We truly are only limited by how far we can dream. Maybe the hardest part of our endless information world is finding the relevant, accurate information we specifically need for whatever we are working towards in a timely manner. But if you’re an educator looking for new and innovative ideas for creative learning in your classroom (if you’re reading this blog then we know you have your hand raisedJ) we have a solid, reputable resource for you as this week’s Fabulous Friday Find.
A free online course from MIT, yes the actual Massachusetts Institute of Technology! So don’t wait sign up today, head over to the site right now and register to take advantage of this fabulous opportunity and get all the details!
Free & Online!
You’ve been dying to take the MIT Media Lab course on creative learning, but you’re not in Cambridge? Despair no more. We invite you to join the course right here, on the interwebs. It’s free of charge and we hope you’ll like it.
A Big Experiment
This is a big experiment. Things will break. We don’t have all the answers. Sometimes we plan to rely on you to make it work. But we’ll try our very darndest to make sure you have a good time, and get something out of it.
Make new friends, and start learning from weekly live videos, readings, discussions, and project-based activities. Open for signup now, course starts February 11th. Questions? Drop us a note in our Google+ community or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.