Connected teaching and learning: The uses and implications of connectivism in an online class (RT @infoliterati: Connected teaching and learning: connectivism in online learning, new article in AJET http://t.co/DIeoUwd3r7)...
"Robert's comment highlighted a symptom of the state of digital citizenry: students are blogging only because we tell them to. They only blog for school related topics and after a student publishes a post, teachers consider their work done."
"Online learning is on the rise. According to a 2013 report by the Babson Survey Research Group, over 6.7 million postsecondary students were enrolled in at least one online class in 2011, compared to only 1.6 million in 2002, and 62 percent of the schools surveyed now award degrees entirely through distance education."
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