Tag Archives: connectivism

WEEK 1 | What Is Connectivism?

I have just applied to “Connectivism and Connective Knowledge” which is a Modular Open Online Course (MOOC) that over 12 weeks explores the concepts of connectivism and connective knowledge and explore their application as a framework for theories of teaching … Continue reading

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#PLENK2010 | My learning environment – firth week

A new Massive Open Online Course #PLENK2010 begins. First week and the topic is to clarify the concepts of Personal Learning Environments (PLE) and Networks and to evaluate it against our own experience with the intent of developing a comprehensive … Continue reading

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Learning from Social Network

Regarding to the topic of Openess or Closeness of Education posted by John Mak today on Facebook I found a connection with the topic of an interesting book called “Learning Network Services for Professional Development” By Rob Koper that  Giorgio … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | How can micro blogging help participation?

On this post I would like to reflect about the following topic: “Learning in social networks. How can micro blogging help   participation?” stumbleupon.com My motivation to this post came from the topic of “Measuring the Unmeasurable: Digital Participation Seminar” that … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | Serendipity, a way of thinking?

I would like to reflect about the concept of serendipity phenomena in a not scientific way. That is because there is a neuroscience matter and it is out of my domain. Here is a project “Serendip” which is more connected … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 final reflections

At the end of the course, I would like to return and close the matter of  semantic language, the cultural dimension as a matter of “linguistic relativity”. Different in interpretation of the world are based on linguistic differences, but rather … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 reflections – Semantics on debate | sixth week

This week 6, Semantic learning objectives are: “The ability to connect communicative elements to underlying purposes, goals, objectives, theories or meaning, denotation, reference, truth and understanding. Including new ways of interpreting information and evaluating media, through aggregation and filtering for … Continue reading

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