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Connectivism in the Classroom

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Dawn Huskey

on 12 March 2014

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Connectivism in the Classroom ~

learners connected to a learning

community and benefitted from this connection while they fed it with information.
learning is seen as a process of growth and development of networks rather than a process of acquisition and creation of concepts
create a continually accessible community

use integrated and collaborative technology
In order to reach the 21st century learner, teaching methods must change into a collaborative and integrated style, which is more conducive to the connected global society.
Teachers who embraced this new teaching paradigm were most successful as judged on the basis of student engagement and student perseverance.

Professional Development
Personal One-on-One Support
Collaborate with your Colleagues
Take your old ideas of teaching and kindly place them in the nearest receptacle. We will re-purpose them later.
Post-It Note: www.psdgraphics.com
Bell, F. (2011). Connectivism: Its place in theory-informed research and innovation in technology-enabled learning. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 12(3), 98-118. Retrieved from ERIC database.
Boitshwarelo, B. (2011). Proposing an integrated research framework for Connectivism: Utilising theoretical synergies. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 12(3), 161-179. Retrieved from ERIC database.
Downes, S. (2012). Connectivism and connective knowledge: Essays on meaning and learning networks. Retrieved April 25, 2013, from http://www.downes.ca/files/books/Connective_Knowledge-19May2012.pdf
Kop, R., & Hill, A. (2008). Connectivism: Learning theory of the future or vestige of the past? International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 9(3), 1-13. Retrieved from ERIC database.
Ravenscroft, A. (2011). Dialogue and Connectivism: A new approach to understanding and promoting dialogue-rich networked learning. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 12(3), 139-160. Retrieved from ERIC database.
Siemens, G. (2006). Knowing knowledge. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from http://www.elearnspace.org/KnowingKnowledge_LowRes.pdf
Sistek-Chandler, C. (2012). Connecting the digital dots with social media and web 2.0 technologies. Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching, 5(1), 78-87. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

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new way to engage colleagues and students
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learning community expanded into a group of people who learned together through continuous dialogue and as a result, students experienced greater more meaningful interactions
Access the Power of Connective Knowledge
Google Docs
make changes in teaching practice so that instruction reaches students in their connected and social learning spaces
Kop & Hill, 2008
Ravenscroft, 2011
Boitshwarelo, 2011
Boitshwarelo, 2011
Sistek-Chandler, 2012
Siemens, 2006
Downes, 2012
Bell, 2011
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