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grace wolff

final project video called "large" - 2 views

http://thebrainandthemind.blogspot.ca/

cck12 design #cck12 change connectivism

started by grace wolff on 16 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
grace wolff

Help! Imovie for Macs - 1 views

I am using Imovie 11 and would like to download clips from you tube . Does anyone know of a link to a tutorial for that that might work for me?

cck12 social learning networks connectivism #cck12 learning design #change11 Twitter change

started by grace wolff on 14 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
grace wolff

My concept map is in my blog - 8 views

This covers all three stages since I started the CACE program so it is a journey with the same base, a drawing that I did for my personal learning environment. #3 is the CCk12 experience. I felt it...

cck12 connectivism learning design change social learning networks

started by grace wolff on 10 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
Steve Hennessey

Online Social Networks as formal learning environments - 1 views

Whether the idea of collaborative sharing and communal knowledge is formal or informal learning. As noted in the article "Social interaction, combined with meaningful knowledge building, was a sign...

cck12 change design networks connectivism

started by Steve Hennessey on 03 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
Joanne Kaattari

The 'Curator' - 7 views

Steve, I liked that image of the "Curator" too for teaching. Curation is a greatly undervalued art! Thanks for sharing.

cck12 social learning networks connectivism #cck12 change

Steve Hennessey

Three Generations of Pedagogy - 4 views

I appreciated the insite on the use of the new connectivist pedagogy. It actually provided me with an idea for my I-team at work, one that will hopefully look at sharing ideas in our networks of em...

cck12 social learning connectivism learning change #cck12

started by Steve Hennessey on 02 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
Joanne Kaattari

TED - Education! - 2 views

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    Ted-Ex introduces TED-Ed: Lessons worth sharing - mind altering education coming your way!
grace wolff

The Power of Introverts - 4 views

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    A Manifesto for Quiet Brilliance: Scientific American
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    Loved the arcticle. I don't agree that society 'grades on the curve', so to speak, for extroverts. Being an introvert myself I like to think it doesn't anyway.
Joanne Kaattari

Edupunk - Wikipedia - 4 views

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    Edupunk is an approach to teaching and learning practices that result from a do it yourself attitude and the avoidance of mainstream educational tools. and processes.
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    Hi Joanne, Check out the Edupunks' Guide at http://www.edupunksguide.org/

    A comprehensive guide to learning online and charting a personalized path to an affordable credential using the latest innovative tools and organizations.
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    The more freedom and self directed learning the better I say, but what about bona fide credentials for the stiff upper lips of the world? This is a great site with step by step and tutorials. It all starts with research and wanting and learning to learn...
Steve Hennessey

Repost of how to explain Connectivism to an 8 year old - 5 views

http://profesorbaker.com/2011/01/22/explain-it-to-me-like-im-an-8-year-old-connectivism-and-connected-knowledge-cck11/

social learning connectivism change learning cck12

started by Steve Hennessey on 20 Feb 12 no follow-up yet
Steve Hennessey

Connectivism and reality - 5 views

http://idst-2215.blogspot.com/2011/05/connectivism-and-ideology-too.html

reality connectivism cck12 change learning

started by Steve Hennessey on 20 Feb 12 no follow-up yet
Joanne Kaattari

Social Media and Politics - 4 views

Steve, that is a very interesting analysis. Especially of Twitter and tweets. Thank you.

politics obama social media #cck12 change

Joanne Kaattari

Did you know? 3.0 - 7 views

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    This blew my mind. How can you even cope with this knowledge?
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    Thanks for the video , I was aware of those stats. It was a great review. I think you are coping by mere fact of taking the course.
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    @0:58 - "Today's learner will have 10-14 jobs by the age of 38." Does this mean the demise of careers?
anonymous

Lurking is Learning (Part 1 of 2) - 6 views

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    Hi Brainy.

    Good post on lurking. I "lurk" when I listen to radio, download podcasts, watch TV, and read the newspaper. Works for me. A live session where "presence" and group dynamics is central to the activity is a bit different (if the name of everyone "in the room" is displayed, lurkers are visible to others, even if they say nothing). In live MOOC sessions, most people lurk most of the time. That doesn't mean they are not engaged, they may simply feel that sitting at the back of the room suits them better.

    Mark McGuire
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    Thanks, Mark. I do believe that lurkers are often well-engaged in their own chosen ways. Could be observation from 'the back of the room'. Could be that they are taking notes or drawing or mindmapping (with good old pen and paper or some electronic means). They could be tweeting about it the live session instead of chatting within the backchannel. I hope more lurkers come forward and let us know what they're up to in order to help dispel some myths. :)
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    Hello Brainy Smurf,

    Guess I've been lurking in #cck12, but I don't see it as much different from face-to-face classrom behaviour. Not everyone comments no matter what the forum--eliciting participation is part of the "dark art" of facilitation, no?
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    Hi, Sandra, thanks for weighing in. I agree that lurking online is essentially the same as a classroom, it just might not be as obvious since the online facilitator (if there is one) can't see body language or eye contact.

    The more I play around in moocs (currently in my 3rd, 4th and 5th at the moment), the more the idea of eliciting participation (or 'engaging' participants) is starting to make me cringe. I'm becoming more confident that learning doesn't need to invite engagement as explicitly as we think it does. Participants will decide how much/little to interact for a million different reasons on any given day (e.g., fatigue, boredom, illness, distraction, reflection, synthesizing, doodling) and I think we should let them own those choices.
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