Creatividad e Inspiración Al día

William

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Connectivism and Connected Knowledge - CCK11
William, Creatividad e Inspiración Al día, Mar 15, 2011
This week, I started a free course on Connectivism and Connected Knowledge (#CCK11). On week 1 we work on the definition of Connectivism (what is). In some few words, "connectivism is the thesis that knowledge is distributed across a network of connections, and therefore that learning consists of the ability to construct and traverse those networks" OPENBLOCK1CLOSEBLOCK. It is a strange thought since it's easy to believe that knowledge is distributed but not so easy to understand how ... 2011-01-18T19:49:00.002-04:30 [Comment]

CCK11- Quest for Meaning
noreply@blogger.com (William), Creatividad e Inspiración Al día, Jan 23, 2011
We keep on looking for meaning on the question "learning is in the connexions" and found this excellent video on the networked student. Little by little we are coming to terms with the idea that learning (more than knowledge) is in the connexions. 2011-01-23T14:02:00 [Comment]

CCK11 - Great Learning Happens in Groups
noreply@blogger.com (William), Creatividad e Inspiración Al día, Jan 22, 2011
The first week of CCK11 is almost over, and this week we were given a series of  readings (in the web) and videos and a couple of live presentations in Elluminate (1st and 2nd).  The course is devised and  set up so as to demonstrate that knowledge is in the connexions (a vivid demonstration of the theory). I must confess, I'm a little confuse. I am illiterate in any learning theory, but, as of this week I sort of intuit that there may be many different ways of learning ... 2011-01-23T00:26:00 [Comment]

Connectivism and Connected Knowledge
noreply@blogger.com (William), Creatividad e Inspiración Al día, Jan 18, 2011
This week, I started a free course on Connectivism and Connected Knowledge (#CCK11). On week 1 we work on the definition of Connectivism (what is). In some few words, "connectivism is the thesis that knowledge is distributed across a network of connections, and therefore that learning consists of the ability to construct and traverse those networks" [1]. It is a strange thought since it's easy to believe that knowledge is distributed but not so easy to understand how learning occurs when ... 2011-01-19T00:19:00 [Comment]


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