Through an equity lens, New Literacies Collaborative (NLC) scholars collaborate with diverse educators and students to develop, evaluate and scale new literacies' innovations throughout North Carolina and around the world. We conduct research, create professional learning experiences, and design student-centered pedagogies grounded in the theoretical and practical intersections of literacy, digital technologies, and global competencies.
In honor of Global Goals week, Friday Institute Research Associate Marie Himes shares details about our New Literacies Collaborative's PBI Global program at Person Early College for Innovation and Leadership and Wake STEM Early College High School.
NC State researchers challenged 11th graders to find solutions to address the global problem of clean water access.
Friday Institute for Educational Innovation Executive Director Hiller A. Spires, Ph.D., built a bridge connecting North Carolina and China that has allowed students and educators from both countries to develop cross-cultural understandings and innovative approaches to learning.