Learning Activity 6-A-1

Various authors, Mobile Technology in TAFE, Apr 21, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I had some fun this morning reviewing the response of some students defending the thesis that "Connectivism has a direct impact on education and teaching as it works as a learning theory." To be most fair, these students probably had an impossible task, not because connectivism isn't a learning theory, but because of the way the problem was framed. I offer a bit of a response here, expanding on the way connectivism is a learning theory. Via jnanassy. (p.s. people shouldn't use the blue 'Theories of Learning' infographic; in my view, it is a very poor representation of learning theories.)

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