Scott Johnson commented (thank you) on the tool guide for teachers and mentioned Susan M. Land And Michael J. Hannafin list of student centered learning.
“TABLE i. Traditional Instruction versus SCLEs Instruction Student-Centered Learning Environments
transmission, acquisition interpretation, construction
mastery, performance meaning making
external reality internal reality
cultural relativism, perspectival
abstract, symbolic contextualized, authentic, experiential
individually interpreted socially negotiated, co-constructed
mind-centered community-based, culturally mediated
But this is a constructivist list of student centered learning. I like the non-behavioristic approach of the list, and I am not happy with the constructivist view. Do we need a list of student behavior in learning?
Could we find a list of connectivist student centered learning?
What about this little list of student behavior in connectivism?
maneuver around networks
extending cognitive ability
using tools to distribute knowledge
be aware of context
filter the chaos
search for a spectrum of points of view
improve capacity to know
be able to see connections
What is your view on connectivist student behavior?
Could you comment on this list and add items or improve items?