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George Siemens global summit 2006 Connectivism: Learning and Knowledge Today
Why do we need a new theory of learning?
Content is a conduit for conversation
Connectivism Diversity Network formation Knowledge rests in networks Knowledge may reside in non-human appliances, and learning is enabled/ facilitated by technology
Connectivism Capacity to know more is more critical than what is currently known See connections Recognize patterns Make sense
Connectivism Currency/relevance Alterations in the information climate alter approaches
What skills are needed? 1.Anchoring 2.Filtering 3.Connecting 4.Being human 5.Creating and deriving meaning 6.Evaluation/authentication
What skills are needed? 7.Critical/creative thinking 8.Pattern recognition 9.Navigate knowledge landscape 10.Acceptance of uncertainty 11.Contextualizing
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