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and the Evolution of MOOCs
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Theory: For a MOOC

Theory: For a MOOC | Connectivism | Scoop.it
MOOC's are based on the connectivist theories that learning and cognition happen in a network. He believes that as the world in changing, education and the way we learn is also changing and the MOOC is his response to ...
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#Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – What’s similar and different?

#Change11 Connectivism and Constructivism – What’s similar and different? | Connectivism | Scoop.it

Relating to Connectivism versus Constructivism, I could see the following similarities in principles:
(a) buffer between learner & potentially damaging effects of instructional practices, dial...

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The 21st Century Teacher

The 21st Century Teacher | Connectivism | Scoop.it

A free online community devoted solely to education in the 21st Century. Communicate, Collaborate, Network, Share and Learn. We have so much to talk about.


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Brainstorm in Progress: Connectivism and Agile Software Development

Brainstorm in Progress: Connectivism and Agile Software Development | Connectivism | Scoop.it

Great thoughts for program design in education or business.

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Bricolage and Connectivism (#change11)

Bricolage and Connectivism (#change11) | Connectivism | Scoop.it

Connectivism says that learners construct knowledge and understandings by "connecting" into a network of other learners, information sources and experts and then constructing an understanding from.

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Connectivist Learning: How new technologies are promoting autonomy and responsibility in education ~ Stephen's Web

Connectivist Learning: How new technologies are promoting autonomy and responsibility in education ~ Stephen's Web | Connectivism | Scoop.it

Stephen's slideshow: "In this presentation I discuss the topic of autonomy as it relates to connectivism. I begin by making a case for autonomy, and then apply the four-factor model of autonomy to connectivist practice. Many new slides and diagrams. Enjoy" Stephen

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All Hands on Deck - Goldilocks and the 3 MOOCs

All Hands on Deck - Goldilocks and the 3 MOOCs | Connectivism | Scoop.it

Right now, I’m participating on various levels in three MOOCs: #Change 11, facilitated by Siemens, Cormier & Downes, Alec Couros’ EC&I 831, and Bud Hunt’s Writing & the Common Core on P2PU. This experience is a little like being Goldilocks in the MOOC version of the fairy tale. There’s the Daddy-size MOOC (#Change 11), a Mama-size MOOC (EC&I 831), and a Baby MOOC (P2PU) and I’m wandering through them, trying to find the one that’s just right.


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'Junct Blog: We Are All Hoarders Now (Can Connectivism Clean up the Mess?)

'Junct Blog: We Are All Hoarders Now (Can Connectivism Clean up the Mess?) | Connectivism | Scoop.it
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Interview with George Siemens - LE@D, Universidade Aberta

The interview we did with George Siemens on 30-06-2011.

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Sorry, but I Won’t Think for You

Sorry, but I Won’t Think for You | Connectivism | Scoop.it
As a school administrator and former special education teacher, I have tremendous respect and high regard for teachers.
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Brain plasticity, strokes and connectivism

Brain plasticity, strokes and connectivism | Connectivism | Scoop.it
I was at work today chatting with a colleague who is somewhere in his forties and has recently completed a run for the Stroke Association.
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'Junct Blog: "Chance Favors the Connected Mind"

'Junct Blog: "Chance Favors the Connected Mind" | Connectivism | Scoop.it

"Chance Favors the Connected Mind"

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“The problem of education does not concern me quite as much as the solutions to the problem of education” – George Siemens

“The problem of education does not concern me quite as much as the solutions to the problem of education” – George Siemens | Connectivism | Scoop.it
Reading Christensen and completing my Online Learning Theory Presentation at the same time really made me sit back and reflect on the teaching and learning that occurs in my classroom.  Not just o...
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Connectivism & PBL by Dorian Lewis on Prezi

A Prezi covering my views on Connectivism and Project-Based Learning in the classroom.

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After Moodle

In this talk I discuss what will be coming 'After Moodle' by means of a discussion of open learning, connectivism, and personal learning environments, including...

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Personal Learning Networks

Personal Learning Networks | Connectivism | Scoop.it
I am following George Siemens and Stephen Downes on Google+ and guessing that these two fellows are enjoying this new social networking tool. Both Google+ and Diaspora  borrow from Facebook; they ...
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Internet 'may be changing brains'

Internet 'may be changing brains' | Connectivism | Scoop.it
Social network sites may be changing people's brains as well as their social life, research suggests.
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Connectivism and Personal Learning

Connectivism as a pedagogical theory is typically thought of in terms of networks – the making and traversing of connections. Stephen Downes presentation

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Open Social Learning: Connectivism, As Practiced By A Teacher of English as a Foreign Language

Open Social Learning: Connectivism, As Practiced By A Teacher of English as a Foreign Language | Connectivism | Scoop.it

I contend that people can be mobilized to help someone who is a member of a PLN, and this mutually beneficial relationship motivates the positive sharing of expertise, knowledge, and resources.

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