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Connective Teaching: How the Read/Write Web Challenges Traditional Practice Will Richardson Connectivism Online Conference February 5, 2007
] Connectivism [
Learning doesnt stop
] My context [
] Challenges [
Pace of change
Students learning in new ways
Educational change is slow
] Re-envisioning teaching [
Anytime, anywhere learning
Information is abundant
Learning can be deeply personal
Learning can be passion based
Learning can be done in a global context
] Connective teachers [
Teachers as learners first
] Teachers as mentors [
] Teachers as connectors [
Students to students
Building local community
Building global community
Julie Lindsay Vicki Davis
Students to mentors
Students to resources
] Obstacles [
Of being outside the comfort zone of content
Lack of time
Lack of support
Lack of access
Passive cultures and classrooms
Lack of support
] Where to start? [
Personal learning practice
How are you building your network?
How are you modeling your learning?
Moodle your thoughts!
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