‘Connectivism’ and Connective Knowledge

Just signed up for my first MOOC — a massive open online course — which starts on 12 January and runs for 12 weeks. It should be an interesting experience and by the end of it I hope to have greater clarity on some of my thinking on this type of pedagogy. It will also be a good opportunity to try out some of my new educational iPad apps like GoodReader!

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3 comments on “‘Connectivism’ and Connective Knowledge
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  2. I like the last line in the presentation… “just like real life”

  3. […] Sussex goes on to point out, Udacity is an extension of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), where a university course is made available online to anyone free of charge, but only the […]

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