Connectivism in Practice: Take Control of your Learning

Posted: May 9, 2013 in Uncategorized

See on Scoop.itConnectivism for Online Learning

Thomas J Okon‘s insight:

Connectivism is not just a theory of how people learn. It can be a process that a student engages to take some action in response to a learning experience that doesnt seem effective. Kevin Stranack calls it Guerrilla Connectivism, and it refers to using Constructivist tools to engage fellow learners in order to overcome the inadequecy or limations of an instructor run class. These tips are great ideas for any student to practice, as well as for instructors when they are looking for ways to make their courses more engaging.

See on stranack.ca

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