Connectivism and Composition: Toward a Networked Classroom

Jason Tham, Weblog, Nov 09, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
files/images/Global_Learning_Networks.PNG

Based on the slides this looks like an interesting talk, capturing the core ideas of connectivism. I also like seeing someone else with a proper presentation page, one including slides, audio, and eventually, a transcript. My only significant criticism would be the obligatory invocation of collaboration, which is quite unnecessary and misses some core points of connectivism. Collaboration is about everybody working for a single objective, while in connectivism people work on diverse objectives, interacting and cooperating on points of mutual interest.

Views: 1 today, 141 total (since January 1, 2017).[Direct Link]