Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
The core of the argument is that that "Connections need to be driven by structure and intent in order for Educators to be able to grow, develop and describe successful networks... Taking into account the approximate quality of intentional learning, and the representation needed to interpret this learning into distinct educational networks, Connectivism is best situated to concern itself with the quality of access to distributed knowledge, not with how learners learn." The post is well argued and should certainly be considered for a response.

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