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Connectivism

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De presentatie van George Siemens

De presentatie van George Siemens

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    • 1. Connectivism: A Learning Theory for a Digital Age George Siemens [email_address]
    • 2. What’s happening?
      • Decentralizing
      • Democratizing
      • Distributed
      • Changed dynamics of what it means to know
      • Acceleration
    • 3. Learning theories
      • A model or representation of how learning occurs
    • 4. Behaviourism
      • Black box
      • Stimulus/Response
      • Theorists: Pavlov, Watson, Skinner, Thorndike
    • 5. Cognitivism
      • Information processing
      • Input, processing, storage, output
      • Computer-modeled
      • Theorists: Ausubel, Gagne, Bruner, Piaget, Vygotsky
    • 6. Constructivism
      • Learning is process of active construction of knowledge
      • Learners make sense of their experiences
      • Theorists: Bruner, Vygotsky, Piaget
    • 7. What’s missing?
    • 8.  
    • 9. Democratizing Learning
      • In all cases? What about educational standards?
      • Link tool with intent
        • Facets - Bloom, Fink, Wiggins:
      • Integral
      • “Small pieces, anywhere, any tool, any time”
    • 10. It’s coming undone…
      • “Things fall apart; the Center cannot hold ; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world” (Yeats)
    • 11. Decentralization and distributed representation of knowledge
      • Critical in diverse, rapidly developing knowledge spaces
      • Conundrum:
        • complex environments, without a filtered center, are overwhelming
    • 12. Our current solution
    • 13. Connectivism
      • Learning as a connection-forming process (neural and external)
      • The learning is in the network
      • Diversity
      • “Know where”…know who
      • Pattern recognition
    • 14. Learning Theories Distributed, in network Networks and ecologies, connections Connectivism In the mind of the individual –constructed Creation or construction of meaning (Building) Constructivism In the mind of the individual – processed Computer-model Cognitivism Behaviour demonstration “ Black box” Behaviourism Learning resides Learning model Theory
    • 15. Move from creating content to creating space in which content is explored
    • 16. Connectivism Taxonomy
      • Awareness and Receptivity
      • Connection-forming
      • Contribution and Involvement
      • Pattern Recognition
      • Meaning-making
      • Praxis
    • 17. What skills are needed?
      • Anchoring
      • Filtering
      • Connecting
      • Being human
      • Creating and deriving meaning
      • Evaluation/authentication
    • 18. What skills are needed?
      • Critical/creative thinking
      • Pattern recognition
      • Navigate knowledge landscape
      • Acceptance of uncertainty
      • Contextualizing
    • 19.
      • www.elearnspace.org
      • www.connectivism.ca
      • ltc.umanitoba.ca/wordpress
      • www.knowingknowledge.com

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