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November 20, 2008

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Web 2.0 Learning Theory
The "is connectivism a learning theory" debate will not conclude with this course. Regardless of how the question is answered, I (George) see a growing awareness in rethinking learning due to today's information and technological environment. Some aren't convinced connectivism is the answer...or at minimum, have concerns that they are exploring. The link above is to a wiki on Web 2.0 Learning Theory. I"m personally not a fan of the concept of web 2.0. If we build a theory on an instantiation of change, rather than the longer term change underlying web 2.0, we end up with a short lived theory. But name aside, the fact that others are grappling with changing roles of learner/teacher is welcomed. , , November 19, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Women of Web 2.0 Recording
Sessions from the Women of Web 2.0 have been posted on the course recordings wiki. Great discussions in both sessions on practical issues facing K-12 educators! Topics included literacies, networked learning, policies, teacher education, etc. , , November 19, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]


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We need beautiful learning spaces November 20, 2008
Stretching Out and Finding Roots in My Branches... November 20, 2008
Reflections on Personal Connections November 20, 2008
CCK08: a little learning experience November 19, 2008
Time Constraints and Personal Limitations November 19, 2008
Web 2 Learning Theory wiki November 19, 2008
CCK08: Call for Peer Review November 19, 2008

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