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Aprendizaje. Los 9 principios del conectivismo y 16 aplicaciones didácticas

Ideas prácticas del conectivismo. Por Fernando Posada. Canal TIC. El conectivismo es una teoría del conocimiento y del aprendizaje d

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Rethinking Your Online Classroom with Connectivism

Rethinking Your Online Classroom with Connectivism | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

One of the greatest challenges we face in today’s rapidly changing, tech-saturated educational landscape is the decrease of physical classrooms based on traditional notions of localized, embodied community. Emerging online classrooms mirror digital, distributed mode

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Bridging Learners From Instructivism to Connectivism

Bridging Learners From Instructivism to Connectivism | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
One of the more interesting challenges of the Dual Layer MOOC project (at least from a design standpoint) is the learner autonomy goal. The instructors don’t want to force learners to be open…

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Vladimir Kukharenko
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5 tips for using Connectivism in eLearning

5 tips for using Connectivism in eLearning | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Experiences is an invaluable part of the learning process, but incorporating real world, hands-on knowledge can be a challenge in eLearning. Fortunately, connectivism gives you the ability to incorporate social media networks, community forums, video sharing platforms, and a variety of other online tools to make your eLearning courses collaborative, interactive, and experience-rich. Even if your learners are a world apart, they can still communicate and share feedback with their peers in order to broaden their knowledge base and skill sets. In this article, I will explore how to apply connectivism in your eLearning strategy.


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Jorge Jaramillo's curator insight, June 28, 2016 7:34 AM
El conectivismo es una de las teorías o tendencias educativas que nos permiten aprender de otros y enseñar a otros. Si queremos desarrollar competencias necesarias para el siglo XXI, debemos aplicar constantemente al menos estos cinco tips que se mencionan es este artículo, es donde la construcción de redes de pares es fundamental.
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Teorías y modelos sobre el aprendizaje en entornos
conectados y ubicuos


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MOOC design : from peer assessment to social networks

MOOC design : from peer assessment to social networks | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Paul West
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Dr. Pamela Rutledge's curator insight, February 22, 2015 10:22 AM

MOOCs seem like a simple concept, but they demand a new way of approaching education--it means REALLY letting the learner be in charge of their learning rather than having professors be both the font of knowledge and gatekeeper/policeman.  The design structure to accommodate large numbers of participants, deliver content at multiple levels, different learning styles and demanding different time investments while including assessment strategies that evaluate a reasonable level of expertise and provide feedback of any value for the participant, while precluding cheating, is nearly impossible.  This traditional model is behind the Certificates offered for a price.  They are a clever way of monetizing MOOCs, but not a very reliable representation of knowledge acquisition.   The movement toward peer assessment is an interesting permutation, but still begs the question of how (or if) knowledge should be demonstrated and documented.

Peter Parise's curator insight, February 22, 2015 8:30 PM

A guide for managing higher and lower level participants in an open mooc.

niftyjock's curator insight, February 24, 2015 4:09 PM

yep i'll use this 

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6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning

6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning

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Chris Carter's comment, January 25, 2015 8:24 PM
Thank you, Luciana, for passing this article on to your PLN. this piece hits so many of my philosophy cylinders!
Luciana Viter's comment, January 26, 2015 5:09 AM
My pleasure, Chris, and thanks for the special mention! :)
Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, January 27, 2015 9:25 PM

We have to be careful that we don't think design and teaching are the same thing. I found that some of my best classes were knowing when to go with the flow. Certainly, there was some advanced planning and the six principles likely fit into that, but improvising was part of what unfolded.

 

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Theories of Learning - Infographic

Theories of Learning - Infographic | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Theories of Learning. Connectivism: A new type of learning for the digital age

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Raquel Andreu Ruiz's curator insight, January 20, 2015 12:06 PM

añada su visión ...

Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, April 8, 2015 4:49 PM

um infografico que permite explorar beneficios da musica no processo de aprendizagem.

Carlos Silva's curator insight, August 30, 2015 2:00 PM

añada su visión ...

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PROBLEMAS DEL CONECTIVISMO - Magazine INED21

PROBLEMAS DEL CONECTIVISMO - Magazine INED21 | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Problemas del conectivismo. Sobre los tres o cuatro problemas del conectivismo.

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A George Siemens no le gustan los LMS, pero usa Moodle

A George Siemens no le gustan los LMS, pero usa Moodle | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
George Siemens, creador e impulsor del conectivismo como teoría pedagógica, considera que los sistemas de gestión del aprendizaje (LMS) tienen ciertos inconvenientes y debilidades para crear buenos...

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The Landing: What is connectivism?

The Landing: What is connectivism? | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Elke Höfler
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Dr. Susan Bainbridge's curator insight, May 9, 2014 1:43 PM

And it continues! I think the underlying drive behind this discussion may be based more on 'egos' and less on theory. But it's interesting to watch academics spar. :)

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A framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts

A framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
A framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts

 

Interaction has always been highly valued in education, especially in distance education (Moore, 1989; Anderson, 2003; Chen, 2004a; Woo & Reeves, 2007; Wang, 2013; Conrad, in press). It has been associated with motivation (Mahle, 2011; Wen-chi, et al., 2011), persistence (Tello, 2007; Joo, Lim, & Kim, 2011), deep learning (Offir, et al., 2008) and other components of effective learning. With the development of interactive technologies, and related connectivism learning theories (Siemens, 2005a; Downes, 2005), interaction theory has expanded to include interactions not only with human actors, but also with machines and digital artifacts. This paper explores the characteristics and principles of connectivist learning in an increasingly open and connected age. A theory building methodology is used to create a new theoretical model which we hope can be used by researchers and practitioners to examine and support multiple types of effective educational interactions. Inspired by the hierarchical model for instructional interaction (HMII) (Chen, 2004b) in distance learning, a framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts has been constructed. Based on cognitive engagement theories, the interaction of connectivist learning is divided into four levels: operation interaction, wayfinding interaction, sensemaking interaction, and innovation interaction. Connectivist learning is thus a networking and recursive process of these four levels of interaction.


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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, May 4, 2014 2:40 AM
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Interaction has always been highly valued in education, especially in distance education (Moore, 1989; Anderson, 2003; Chen, 2004a; Woo & Reeves, 2007; Wang, 2013; Conrad, in press). It has been associated with motivation (Mahle, 2011; Wen-chi, et al., 2011), persistence (Tello, 2007; Joo, Lim, & Kim, 2011), deep learning (Offir, et al., 2008) and other components of effective learning. With the development of interactive technologies, and related connectivism learning theories (Siemens, 2005a; Downes, 2005), interaction theory has expanded to include interactions not only with human actors, but also with machines and digital artifacts. This paper explores the characteristics and principles of connectivist learning in an increasingly open and connected age. A theory building methodology is used to create a new theoretical model which we hope can be used by researchers and practitioners to examine and support multiple types of effective educational interactions. Inspired by the hierarchical model for instructional interaction (HMII) (Chen, 2004b) in distance learning, a framework for interaction and cognitive engagement in connectivist learning contexts has been constructed. Based on cognitive engagement theories, the interaction of connectivist learning is divided into four levels: operation interactionwayfinding interaction,sensemaking interaction, and innovation interaction. Connectivist learning is thus a networking and recursive process of these four levels of interaction.

Alina Ghimpu-Hague's curator insight, May 8, 2014 5:24 AM

Aims to contribute to the construction of a more nuanced framework for connectivist practice by proposing a theoretical model that integrates two of connectivism's core concepts, Wayfinding Interaction and Sensemaking Interaction, with aspects of Bloom's revised taxonomy.

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Teachers’ Informal Learning via Social Networking Technology ~ Stephen Downes

Teachers’ Informal Learning via Social Networking Technology ~ Stephen Downes | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Online learning, new media, connectivism, MOOCs, personal learning environments, new literacy, and more from Stephen Downes
Via Yasemin Allsop, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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From Instructivism to Connectivism: Theoretical
Underpinnings of MOOCs

From Instructivism to Connectivism: Theoretical<br/>Underpinnings of MOOCs | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Elke Höfler
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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, August 4, 2016 3:54 AM

ABSTRACT


While the first MOOCs were connectivist in their approach to learning, later
versions have expanded to include instructivist structures and structures that blend
both theories. From an instructional design standpoint the differences are
important. This paper will examine how to analyze the goals of any proposed
MOOC to determine what the epistemological focus should be. This will lead to a
discussion of types of communication needed—based on analysis of power
dynamics—to design accurately within the determined epistemology. The paper
also explores later stages of design related to proper communication of the
intended power structure or theoretical design as these relate to various activities
and expectations in the MOOC

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Connectivism: Bearing a Heavy Node

Connectivism: Bearing a Heavy Node | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
I recently came across this infographic on learning theory on the most excellent blog, TeachThought. As you can see, with the digital age, a new theory of learning has emerged called Connectivism. it is a theory advanced by George Siemens and Stephe

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Leslie Varela's curator insight, November 15, 2016 11:43 PM
This new theory called connectivism allow us to know technologie is contributing and modifying some aspects of our learning process. We are all born with a special way to learn and the environment modifies, expands or influences the way we learn. Learning theories allows us to closely observe these different ways of learning, and how we fit into some of them or we are a little bit of each. Connectivism could be more related to the new generation that is born in the era of technology, but in fact its influence is also evident in the learning of all who have access to technology for whatever reason.
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Connectivism: Emerging perspectives on learning, teaching and technology

Connectivism: Emerging perspectives on learning, teaching and technology | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Just like anything else that involves human experience or interaction, the act of learning does not happen in a vacuum. It is at the intersection of prior knowledge, experience, perception, reality, comprehension, and flexibility that learning occurs. In years past, the traditional learning paradigms of behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism have been the benchmarks against which the learning process has been measured. What happens, though, when you throw into the mix all the technological advancements that have come about over the last 40-50 years? These theories certainly do not become obsolete by any means, but they do need to be used in a very different way to be able to incorporate the attributes of a 21st century learning environment. In today’s technology-rich society, it has become increasingly important to learn how to learn. Vail put it simply by declaring that learning must be a way of being (1996).

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, August 1, 2016 9:21 PM
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Isabellefr10's curator insight, August 2, 2016 1:29 PM
definition and principles

Rachel groff's curator insight, September 17, 2016 10:11 AM

Behaviorism plays a role in learning how to use technology today.  It must be altered slightly to help us adapt to the increasing changes.

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Diferencias Constructivistas entre el Conectivismo y el Aprendizaje Ubicuo

Diferencias Constructivistas entre el Conectivismo y el Aprendizaje Ubicuo | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

 


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Sonia C. Alonso's curator insight, July 30, 2015 12:39 PM

No hay duda de que el Constructivismo es la teoría en la que se debe sustentar la la Educación 2.0.Pero ¿Cómo integrará el aprendizaje ubicuo?¿Que sentido otorga al individuo y al grupo en los procesos de aprndizaje?  

Carmen Huisa's curator insight, April 29, 2016 6:12 PM
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Jimena Acebes Sevilla's curator insight, April 30, 2016 3:49 PM
Aclarando conceptos ¿cuál es la diferencia entre conectivismo y aprendizaje ubicuo?
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Connectivism | Visual.ly

Connectivism | Visual.ly | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
This infographic outlines the learning theory pioneered by George Siemens and Stephen Downes.

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PROPOSIÇÕES E CONTROVÉRSIAS NO CONECTIVISMO | Soares Carvalho | RIED.

PROPOSIÇÕES E CONTROVÉRSIAS NO CONECTIVISMO | Soares Carvalho | RIED. | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
PROPOSIÇÕES E CONTROVÉRSIAS NO CONECTIVISMO

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Creating a Sense of Connection: Online Education in the Modern Era

Creating a Sense of Connection: Online Education in the Modern Era | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

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Connectivism - Infographic

Connectivism - Infographic | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Source: ht.lySee on Scoop.it - Pedagogía2.0

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Miloš Bajčetić
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Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, April 8, 2015 4:51 PM

um achado esse infografico que consolida os 8 principios do conectivismo. Para quem "ensina" alguem em algum momento, é uma rapida visão de como funcionamos.

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Two: Connectivism

Two: Connectivism | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
“A central tenet of most learning theories is that learning occurs inside a person” (Siemens, 2004, Limitations of Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructism). Working as an instructional designer ...

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PLEs, CoPs and Connectivism: A Bee Fable

A BSU Social Networks Learning Assignment

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Vladimir Kukharenko
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Nigel Robertson 's curator insight, June 25, 2014 8:25 AM

Cool little animation describing distributed knowledge with a bee - see!

Amanda Chisholm's curator insight, June 1, 2016 8:06 AM
Short and sweet - a cute cartoon on Professional Learning Networking (I wish I had of made it myself!)
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Is Connectivism a Broad Family of Ideas? - by Stephen Downes

Is Connectivism a Broad Family of Ideas? - by Stephen Downes | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

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