The Incompleteness of Connectivism

26 Apr

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Stephen has written a terrific post on connectivism as a learning theory. This is one of the briefest – and consequently, best – statements I’ve read on the subject. Let me begin by saying that I’m…

Tim Boileau‘s insight:

This is great discussion as it relates to the current state of learning in an increasingly or networked world…as well as the gaps in our current ability to fully comprehend it.


"Connectivism has a direct impact on education and teaching as it works as a learning theory. Connectivism asserts that learning in the 21st century has changed because of technology, and therefore, the way in which we learn has changed, too. Not too long ago, school was a place where students memorized vocabulary and facts. They sat in desks, read from a textbook, and completed worksheets. Now, memorization is not as prevalent because students can just “Google it” if they need to know something."


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