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The size of the categories does not matter as much as their relationship to each other.

The size of the categories does not matter as much as their relationship to each other.
By David Truss: http://pairadimes.davidtruss.com/connectivism-relationships-and-balance/

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    Connectivism Relationships and Balance Connectivism Relationships and Balance Presentation Transcript

    • Connectivism , Relationships and Balance Personal Figure 1: What We Spend Time On
    • Connectivism , Relationships and Balance Figure 2: Personal Priorities Personal Personal Personal Figure 3: Work Priorities Figure 3: Network Priorities
    • Connectivism , Relationships and Balance Personal Figure 5: Balanced Relationships
    • Connectivism , Relationships and Balance Personal Figure 6: Inefficiency