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  • Connectivism By: Stacey Mclaren and Kate Shields
  • Definition
    • Knowledge exists in the world rather than in the head of an individual.
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  • History
      • It is a new theory that is still being in the process of being developed and understood.
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      • The main guru is George Siemens
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      • Similar to Activity theory by Vygotsky and Social Learning theory of Bandura
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  • Relation to Mind Map
    •   We would like to conduct a connectivism demonstration with the class.
    • Please follow this hyperlink: http://bit.ly/pB5kgq
    • and… give us your thoughts on connectivism or even an example of demonstrating it in your classroom.
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  • Back to Online Teaching
    • Are you ready for social networking in your classroom?
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    • How will you keep yourself up to date with new social networking tools?
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    • Do you feel confident enough to help facilitate a students learning through social media?
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