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Tony Searl

Stephen Downes: 'Connectivism' and Connective Knowledge - 3 views

  • Or, better yet, they can keep a record online somewhere.
  • Each time you access some content, create a blog post.
  • We don't want participants to simply repeat what other people have said
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  • This is probably the hardest part of the process
  • that we are not starting from scratch.
  • What this isn't is a short cut.
  • It's hard, and it's sometimes embarrassing.
  • by neglecting the ingredients of genuine motivation -- autonomy, mastery, and purpose -- they limit what each of us can achieve
  • Knowledge is not something we can package neatly in a sentence and pass along as though it were a finished product. It is complicated, distributed, mixed with other concepts, looks differently to different people, is inexpressible, tacit, mutually understood but never articulated.
Amanda Rablin

Connectivism: Changing Times - 10 views

    Presentation slides from George Siemens on Connectivism
Tony Searl

elearnspace › web 3.0/xWeb - 2 views

    Web 2.0 is about participation. Web 3.0 is about linked data and the semantic web. The xweb will have a far greater impact on individuals than web 2.0/3.0. Not everyone is a blogger or contributes videos to youtube or edits wikipedia. However, a growing percentage of the population uses the mobile web. Web 2.0/3.0 are a promise of change. The xweb is an instantiation of change, an expression of how technology can alter how people relate to each other, to information, and how the physical world becomes yet another domain for technology to dominate.
Tony Searl

Technologically Externalized Knowledge and Learning « Connectivism - 2 views

    Reformers have largely worked within, rather than on, the system of education. Working within the system has resulted in status-quo preservation, even when reformists felt they were being radical. Illich failed to account for how educational institutions are integrated into society. Freire spoke with a humanity and hope that was largely overlooked by a comfortable developed world incapable of seeing the structure and impact of its system. To create and nurture change, a message must not only be true for an era, but it must also resonate with the needs, passions, interests, realities, and hopes of the audience to whom the message is directed.
dean groom

Connectivism & CCK08 - George Siemens for EC&I 831-Winter2009 - 0 views

    George Siemens was gracious enough to be our guest in EC&I 831 on January 20th, 2009 where he gave us an overview of the changing views of knowledge in society, talked about Connectivism, and described the recent CCK08 course.

YouTube - Networked StudentQT.mp4 - 0 views

    he Networked Student was inspired by CCK08, a Connectivism course offered by George Siemens and Stephen Downes during fall 2008
Grace Kat

Online Course: Connectivism & Connective Knowledge - 0 views

    George Siemens and Stephen Downes will co-facilitate the course. The support wiki for the course provides additional information.
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