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alisonseaman

Network thinking | Harold Jarche - 3 views

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    "Network thinking"
alisonseaman

Networked Connectivism - 2 views

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    Report on future of learning from the Open University. "The future of learning lies in a student-centered, web 2.0 empowered, networked connectivism. This is the New Culture of Learning, and we owe it to our own life-long learning and to our students to study this mode closely and exploit every opportunity to advance it."
Glenn Hervieux

#etmooc (Written June 2012): Why Networks Matter | Penny Bentley - 3 views

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    Great rationale for why networks matter. Peggy Bentlley does a marvelous job of using Tweets to support the points she makes in her blog post. Must read!
alisonseaman

The Challenges to Connectivist Learning on Open Online Networks: Learning Experiences during a Massive Open Online Course - 1 views

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    Self-directed learning on open online networks is now a possibility as communication and resources can be combined to create learning environments. But is it really? There are some challenges that might prevent learners from having a quality learning experience. This paper raises questions on levels of learner autonomy, presence, and critical literacies required in active connectivist learning.
Alec Couros

Learning in the Open: Networked Student Identities | theory.cribchronicles.com - 2 views

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    Presentation notes from @bonstewart
wayupnorth

COOL FISh… - 1 views

  • We are experimenting with an alternative learning design to engage learners who are perhaps not networked learners yet. We would like to utilise their curiosity to learn through creating opportunities for contextualised collaborative enquiries.
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    So well said ! "We are experimenting with an alternative learning design to engage learners who are perhaps not networked learners yet. We would like to utilise their curiosity to learn through creating opportunities for contextualised collaborative enquiries. "
Steve Ransom

Reading the dictionary - Joi Ito's Web - 2 views

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    "Shouldn't we be looking at the Internet as an amazing network enabling "The Power of Pull" and be empowering kids to learn through building things together rather than assessing their ability to complete courses and produce the right "answers"?
alisonseaman

Friending cats and following eggs: On social networks you ARE your photo - 3 views

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    The photo you choose to represent you says a great deal about who you are as an individual.
Brendan Murphy

Connected Learning Principles | Connected Learning - 4 views

  • Fortunately, we are also able to harness the same technologies and social processes that have powered these transformations in order to provide the next generation with learning experiences that open doors to academic achievement, economic opportunity, and civic engagement.
  • we now have the capability to reimagine where, when, and how learning takes place
  • Connected learning is not, however, distinguished by a particular technology or platform, but is inspired by an initial set of three educational values, three learning principles, and three design principles.
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  • Shared purpose
  • Production-centered
  • Openly networked
  • The principles of connected learning weren’t born in the digital age, but they are extraordinarily well-suited to it.
Glenn Hervieux

Lesson | Who Are You Online? Considering Issues of Web Identity - NYTimes.com - 8 views

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    "NY Times writers collaborated with the Common Sense Media writer Kelly Schryver to focus on the increasingly important and nuanced question "Who Are You Online?" Times and Learning Network content as well as offerings from Common Sense Media's K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum for teaching and learning about this complex issue." Lots of avenues to take this material in working with students.
alisonseaman

Three Kinds of MOOCs - 0 views

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    Each type of MOOC has all three elements (networks, tasks and content), but each has a goal that is dominant.
Angela Vierling-Claassen

Was It Rational to Watch the Oscars? from The New Yorker - 0 views

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    "Rational ritual" and shared knowledge in the age of online social networks. Public ritual is about transmission of meaning and the co-creation of a common knowledge. Does common knowledge = literacy?
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