Connected learning occurs when these components related to learning integrate with each other. Connected learning is a form of learning as well as a design for instruction. The three components of connected learning are: interest-driven learning, learning with peers, and academic learning in schools 
1.Interest driven or Motivation:Interest fuels the need to connect and learn, motivation comes from this component of connected learning
2.Peer supported learning regulates fluidity, allowing plenty of exchange in feedback and observation, thus driving the productivity in learning.
3.Academic portion sets the standards for achievement and the incentive for motivation through academic institutions policy and rules
 Ito, M., & Martin, C. (2013). Connected Learning and the Future of Libraries. Young Adult Library Services, 12(1), 29-32.
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