Technologically Externalized Knowledge and Learning

George Siemens, Connectivism Blog, Oct 21, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

So here are four precepts. Do they define what we know about learning?
1. The learning needed can be defined
2. Control is needed to achieve required learning
3. Students at similar stages need similar learning
4. Coherence and structure needed for learning
Or are they, as George Siemens suggests, exactly what we should not be doing. And should we instead be thinking of learning as something externalized? As something we can interface with, through (say) a TEKL device? Related: Connectivism, a theory of personal learning, by me.
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