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Ed/ITLib Digital Library → Implications of connectivist pedagogy for online learning environments

Ed/ITLib Digital Library → Implications of connectivist pedagogy for online learning environments | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

In the recent years, e-learning gained wide acceptance in learning communities mostly because of its capability of reaching audiences by collapsing time and space, encouraging interaction and promoting learning. However, for learning to be effective, we now know that learning must use sound instructional design principles (Ally, 2008). This paper centers on connectivism, a new theory of learning, and discusses how connectivist principles are used in online learning environments.


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'Junct Blog: "Chance Favors the Connected Mind"

'Junct Blog: "Chance Favors the Connected Mind" | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

"Chance Favors the Connected Mind"


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Networked learning, CoPs and connectivism

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The first Networked Learning Conference Hotseat with Peter Goodyear has attracted a lot of interesting discussion. Most of the discussion has centred on what is meant by networked learning and ther...

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Digital Connections and Connectivism | David Bullio

Digital Connections and Connectivism | David Bullio | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

George Siemens article on connectivism really hit home for me regarding how learning is changing, and his comment of about “the pipe” being more important than the content within the pipe really spoke to how education is and should be changing.


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Does the PLE make sense in the connectivist context? » Dave's Educational Blog

Does the PLE make sense in the connectivist context? » Dave's Educational Blog | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

Connectivism is the integration of principles explored by chaos, network, and complexity and self-organization theories. Learning is a process that occurs within nebulous environments of shifting core elements – not entirely under the control of the individual.


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Power in class and networks – implications of connectivism on k-12

Power in class and networks – implications of connectivism on k-12 | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

A VERY thoughtful reflection and discussion on the practical implimentation of purposeful connectivism in the K-12 classroom.


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Connectivism: How Connections Facilitate Learning

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Connectivism: How Connections Facilitate Learning: Walden University is the latest addition to my learning netwo...

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Connectivism: Learning as Network-Creation

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Connectivism: Learning as Network-Creation - A paper by Siemens, G. (2005)


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Why does information flow in networks?

Why does information flow in networks? | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

With an understanding of how people are connected we can also gain insight into how information flows through a network.


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Connectivism: is there a learning hurdle ahead?

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Connectivism is a learning theory advocated by George Siemens and Stephen Downes, among others, which emphasises the importance and role of networks and connections between people (and things?) as preminent (central) to the learning ...


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Moving beyond self-directed learning: Network ... - Connectivism

While connectivism begins with the individual, it stresses the growth of connections and connectedness in learning and knowledge. Self-directed learning explains the attributes of learners who learn at their own pace and ...


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Peak Social « Connectivism

Short answer: with connectivism, the emphasis has always been on distribution and connectedness of knowledge and learning. Social networks are one way of “being distributed”. Technological and informational networks are ...


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Eyespeak - Language solutions

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Connectivism: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning  Mmmmm well, it’s amazing how much thought goes into something quite simple....


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Expertise development, communities and connectivism…

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I spent yesteday at Henley Management College in a research workshop facilitated by Richard McDermott.  We were exploring a number of research topics relating to the development, transfer and rete...

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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 | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | 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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Connectivism: ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ | teach for life

Connectivism: ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ | teach for life | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

I’m still trying to wrap my brain around the term ‘connectivism’, but I’ve found this idea most interesting and meaningful to my practice.


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PLE, Do it Yourself and Education and the assumptions behind

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Is learning an individualistic activity under Connectivism? I would argue that it is both an individualistic and social activity that are interconnected since we were born.

What does PLE mean?


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Growing networks of learning – part one – Learning to nurture ideas

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Part 1: What does the topology of a network of learning look like?


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Connectivism and Affinity Spaces: Some Initial Thoughts : E1n1verse

Connectivism and Affinity Spaces: Some Initial Thoughts : E1n1verse | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it
Musings on what affinity spaces are with respect to communities and a brief foray into connectivism.

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Creative Collaborations: Connectivism

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The speed at which technology changes has made information time sensitive. Learning in this field can never end unless you wish to focus on a specific tool. The advantages educationally to sharing through networks provides necessary knowledge to evaluate, synthesize, and create learning opportunities for others. Determining value of the ever-increasing technological tools developed helps design appropriate purposes to guide and facilitate users.


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Connectivism And Networked Learning

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A very thorough analysis of Connectivism and Networked Learning. Good resource.


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Networked Student

The Networked Student was inspired by CCK08, a Connectivism course offered by George Siemens and Stephen Downes during fall 2008. It depicts an actual projec...


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Discovery Through eLearning: Connectivism Word Cloud - #CCK11

Discovery Through eLearning: Connectivism Word Cloud - #CCK11 | Inquiry-Based Learning and Research | Scoop.it

Connectivism Word Cloud - #CCK11. I used Wordle and a popular tagged site for CCK11 - Welcome to Connectivism! — Connectivism I love that Knowledge, Learning & Information really stand out. at 2:53 PM.


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Why does information flow in networks? « Connectivism

Connectivism. « Moving beyond self-directed learning: Network-directed .... more like a Facebook “like” than a real connection. Just a thought. Connectivism is proudly powered by WordPress · Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).


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Connectivism - The full wiki

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One aspect of connectivism is the use of a network with nodes and connections as a central metaphor for learning. In this metaphor, a node is anything that can be connected to another node: information, data, feelings, images.


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