PLEK2010: Week 4 - Readings

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Review of Elearning Theories, Frameworks, and Models (PDF)
Comparing Connectivism with Other Learning Theories Para habilitar la compatibilidad con lectores de pantalla, pulsa CTRL + ALT + Z. Para obtener más información acerca de las combinaciones de teclas, pulsa CTRL + BARRA INCLINADA. George Siemens, September 12, 2009 Mergel’s emphasis on Ertmer’s and Newby’s “five definitive questions to distinguish learning theory” (Distinguishing One Learning section, ¶ 1) provides a framework to organize various Comparing Connectivism with Other Learning Theories

Learning Theories and Models

Learning Theories and Models Theories and Models of Learning for Educational Research and Practice. This knowledge base features learning theories and models that address how people learn. A resource useful for scholars of various fields such as educational psychology, instructional design, and human-computer interaction. Below is the index of learning theories, grouped in categories. Note that this website is an iterative project and these entries are a work in progress; please leave comments with suggestions, corrections, and additional references.
Learning Theories Miscellaneous SitesACT Research Home Page- The ACT group is led by John Anderson at Carnegie Mellon University and is concerned with the ACT theory and architecture of cognition. The goal of this research is to understand how people acquire and organize knowledge and produce intelligent behavior. The ACT-R unified theory of cognition attempts to develop a cognitive architecture that can perform in detail a full range of cognitive tasks. Learning Theories

Learning Theories

Had a quite excellent weekend of meetings with George Siemens, Sandy McAuley and Bonnie Stewart regarding our research on MOOCs. We’ve rewritten a good deal of the stuff from the video I released a few weeks ago about how to be successful in a MOOC based on some of the feedback we’ve gotten, some discussions I’ve had with people in the different elluminate sessions and the results of our narrative enquiry. We have four broad steps for success in a MOOC… but as we’re already a few weeks in, I’m going to focus on steps 3 and step 4. Introduction The distributed nature of a MOOC offers a variety of challenges to the participant. Cluster and Focus -> Surviving week 4 of a MOOC @ Dave’s Educational Blog Cluster and Focus -> Surviving week 4 of a MOOC @ Dave’s Educational Blog
Discussion of 'Cluster and Focus' - Cluster of Clutter?