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E.Rahimi

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We participate, therefore we are. #CCK11
ebrahim rahimi, lifelonglearning, Feb 10, 2011
The cartesian view of knowledge and learning, a view that has largely dominated the way education has been structured for over one hundred years, states that: I think, therefore I am ,while the social learning view(this view can be sight mainly in constructivist and connectivism theories) states that:We participate, therefore we are. 2011-02-10T13:06:00 [Comment]

learning-to-learn is more important than learning. #cck11
ebrahim rahimi, lifelonglearning, Feb 01, 2011
I think one of the most important strength of Connectivism is stimulating the conscious reflection of learner in learning process and while most of learning theories focus on collecting knowledge,but Connectivism focuses on the process of collecting knowledge. In other words while other learning theories promote learning, Connectivism promote learning -to-learn, because when the knowledge life time is decreasing the process of finding and collecting new updated knowledge be more important. ... 2011-02-01T23:09:00 [Comment]

A problem-based Lifelong learning model #CCK11
ebrahim rahimi, lifelonglearning, Jan 27, 2011
2011-01-27T22:01:00 [Comment]

A Problem-based lifelong Learning model #CCK11
ebrahim rahimi, lifelonglearning, Jan 27, 2011
Problem-based LifeLong learning Cycle 2011-01-27T12:16:00 [Comment]

An interesting experience
ebrahim rahimi, lifelonglearning, Jan 19, 2011
Participating in an online course for the first time is really interesting for me because I feel no wall, no order, no hierarchy which are fixed specifications of physical classes. #CCK11 2011-01-19T21:27:00 [Comment]


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