Tecnologías en procesos educativos: Conectivismo, un modelo de aprendizaje para el siglo XXI. El avance progresivo del Internet y el enfoque educativo que se ha venido dando a las Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicación, han impactado la forma en como enseñamos y aprendemos.
Esto nos permite reajustar el modelo tradicional de la escuela en donde prevalece el conocimiento del maestro quien lo transmite y unos estudiantes que se convierten en asimiladores de esa información. Networked Knowledge and Combinatorial Creativity. By Maria Popova Why creativity is like LEGO, or what Richard Dawkins has to do with Susan Sontag and Gandhi.
In May, I had the pleasure of speaking at the wonderful Creative Mornings free lecture series masterminded by my studiomate Tina of Swiss Miss fame. I spoke about Networked Knowledge and Combinatorial Creativity, something at the heart of Brain Pickings and of increasing importance as we face our present information reality. The talk is now available online — full (approximate) transcript below, enhanced with images and links to all materials referenced in the talk. These are pages from the most famous florilegium, completed by Thomas of Ireland in the 14th century. The Difference Between Instructivism, Constructivism, And Connectivism - We spend so much time in education trying to make things better.
Better policies. Better technology. Better standards. Better curriculum. Better instruction. Better assessment. Connectivism glossary. About this glossary This is a glossary of terms used in connectivism to help define how they they differ from the dictionary definitions and other learning theories.
This glossary is currently under development as part of the CCK09 and CCK11 course. Please help to improve. Alphabetical index of terms What is a MOOC? Learning metaphor – understanding of an elephant based on Instructivism, Constructivism and Connectivism. A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories. Do you know the actual theories of learning?
A learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn, helping us understand this inherently complex process. There’s sub-levels of each theory, behavior and other categories … it’s complex. But it’s worth understanding. This helpful infographic does a solid job of breaking down the basics of learning theories in a visual and understandable format. I personally enjoy the part about connectivism in the digital age. Connectivism_Week1. Necesario análisis de la teoría conectivista del aprendizaje, pilar actual del funcionamiento de las redes postuladas para educación.
A book about education stuff, moocs, etc. Conectivismo: Una Teoría Del Aprendizaje Para La Era Digital - Que Es Y Que Lo Hace Tan Especial. ¿Qué es Conectivismo?
Si buscas en Wikipedia sin prestar demasiada atención podrías encontrar que este término poco familiar se originó en Italia.. Crédito de la foto: Clix "...al principio del siglo XXI en Italia, donde es conocido como Connettivismo. Se originó en la ciencia ficción italiana como la iniciativa de un grupo de escritores, bloggers y artistas. El nombre es derivado de una doctrina imaginaria que se conecta con el conocimiento específico de otras disciplinas, tal como fue presentado por el escritor canadiense de ciencia-ficción Alfred Elton van Vogt. " Pero el Conectivismo es también algo más. CCK08: Primer paper del curso de conectivismoCCK08: Connectivism Course First Paper CCK08 — Conectivismo. By S.
Thüer CCK08. Disculpa, este texto solo está disponible en inglés. CCK08. We live in a complex and changing world. According to Prensky a typical high school student in USA have watched 20,000 hours of television; have spent 10,000 hours playing videogames and have been reading only 5,000 hours. Friends distributed across multiple networks as instant messengers, social networks (MySpace, Facebook, etc.), email addresses and cell phone contacts.Online reading and writing. Connectivism and Complexity. Well, I look around, and it's been a month since I've written.
How does that happen? I could list the details, but they aren't that interesting – family, work, and medical appointments mostly. Webpages as graphs - an HTML DOM Visualizer Applet. Connecting to Connectivism - Learning Theory and Educational Technology. Module 2: Cognitivism, Learning Theories, and _Isms... Oh MY! Connectivism. After my experiences co-teaching a Health Information Management class at Tacoma Community College a few years ago, I have been particularly interested in Connectivism.
Connectivism in Practice — How to Organize a MOOC. Author: Roland Legrand Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are online learning events that can take place synchronously and asynchronously for months.
Participants assemble to hear, see, and participate in backchannel communication during live lectures. They read the same texts at the same time, according to a calendar. Learning takes place through self-organized networks of participants, and is almost completely decentralized: individuals and groups create blogs or wikis around their own interpretations of the texts and lectures, and comment on each other’s work; each individual and group publicises their RSS feed, which are automatically aggregated by a special (freely available) tool, gRSShopper. Every day, an email goes out to all participants, aggregating activity streams from all the blogs and wikis that engage that week’s material. #Change11 Farewell to you all. This is my farewell post. May I start with a story? “What is your problem?” Asked the Doctor Wise. “I have headaches, some sneezing, and pains in the joints, don’t know why, I am just feeling tired. Last night, I have fever.” said the Patient A.
Connectivism explained by Freire? Connectivist DNA: Epistemology #cck12. I started this post weeks ago, but life happened. I want to continue talking about defining Connectivism. So if we are to avoid a definition of Connectivism that disjoins the theory from similar theories and from the rest of the world and reduces the theory to a handful of essential characteristics how should we proceed?
Connectivism. Reading ‘Education and mind in the Knowledge Age’ Carl Bereiter #cck11. Understanding is a relation between the knower and an object of understanding. Understanding implies abilities and dispositions with respect to an object of knowledge sufficient to support intelligent behavior. In all these practical cases, deep understanding means understanding deep things about the object in question, which in turn implies deep and extensive involvement with the object.
To behave withunderstanding is to act in ways that are attuned to relevant properties of the thing. Munications & Society: The Least to Say about Connectivism, #cck12. I said earlier that a definition is about the least that we can say about anything—teacups, for instance. This does not mean that we shouldn't say the least that we can say. What it means is that this is the barest of starting points. This is the point at which we begin picking ourselves up by our bootstraps to create meaning out of almost nothing. This is the DNA—the arrangement of "discrete units, empty of meaning (like phonemes or letters of the alphabet), combining into complex units, carriers of meaning (like words)" (On Complexity, 13). As Morin says of information: "Information is not an end-of-the-line concept, but rather, a point-of-departure concept" (14).
CONNECTIVISM, A LEARNING THEORY OR A NECESSARY SKILL FOR MODERN LEARNING? #CCK12. Connectivism has been proposed as an alternative learning theory particularly in the age of modern digital technology. As discussed by Robertson in a video lecture (2007), it is true that most of the prior learning theories such as constructivism and cognitism were proposed before our major leaps into the internet revolution happened, and therefore, the possibility of needing a new theory to explain how we learn may be timely.
Collective Intelligence. GSiemens. Homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~wellman/publications/littleboxes/littlebox.PDF. La gran estafa del trabajo en equipo. Conectivismo. He seguido con mucho interés las II Jornadas Futuro en español, que han tenido lugar esta semana en Logroño. Especialmente interesante fue la mesa redonda sobre “Influencia de las TIC en la educación en español”, en la que Hugo Pardo Kuklinski dijo cosas muy sensatas, entre las que me gustaría destacar estas palabras: Los desafíos educativos se basan en cambios de diseño.
En un escenario de crisis (es decir, de cambio hacia algo que no ha existido antes), las organizaciones educativas sólo pueden conectar con la realidad de los tiempos si introducen de forma decidida cambios de diseño. De estos temas, por cierto, estaremos discutiendo en la Outliers School a partir del próximo fin de semana.