Connectivism

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An introduction te connective knowledge (Stephen Downes)

http://teachinginhighered.com/connectivism-why-faculty-dont-have-to-be-quit

I guess learning to think, to be aware of traps and to be critical is one of the main tasks of schools.

In what way changes the work of teachers with this connectivism? Is it changeing the way we learn a language?

Table with different learning theories  (George Siemens). My conclusion: some learning theories are better to learn a language and others are fit to learn more complex things.

The difference between connectivism and constructivism

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