Study

Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning

About This Study

This project is a survey-based research study that examines youth's participation in connected learning environments in late elementary and middle school and the relationship of participation to valued outcomes. These outcomes include interest development, persistence in learning, civic participation, and development of a positive sense of the future.

Tools Used

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Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning: CL Outcomes Survey

A survey for measuring potential outcomes of connected learning.


Topics: Connected Learning. Types: Survey Questionnaire. Population: Youth.

Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning: CL Principles Survey

A survey for measuring youth experiences of interest-related activities according to the principles of connected learning.


Topics: Connected Learning. Types: Survey Questionnaire. Population: Youth.

Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning: CL Program Experiences Survey

A survey of youth’s experiences in programs designed to promote connected learning.


Topics: Connected Learning. Types: Survey Questionnaire. Population: Youth.

Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning: Experiences of Interest Interview Protocol

An interview protocol for eliciting youth experiences of how interest-related activities develop and prepare youth for their imagined futures.


Topics: Connected Learning. Types: Interview Protocol. Population: Youth.

Longitudinal Study of Connected Learning: Full Survey

This is the full survey of the longitudinal survey of connected learning.


Topics: Connected Learning. Types: Survey Questionnaire. Population: Youth.
Team
  • William Penuel, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Vera Michalchik, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
  • Katie Van Horne, University of Colorado, Boulder