Between the Chapter: Connectivism
For this Between the Chapters, Laura connects the dots to all things connectivism with Tannis Morgan. In reflecting on how Connectivism (Chapter 17) showed up in 2010, they reflect on the disconnects and missed opportunities, plus what it means to deal with a “pedagogy of abundance” today. This mega theory/framework/ideology/whatever you want to call it impacted teaching, learning, and research in higher ed — we try to unpack what this means then and share what was missing from the connectivism conversations.
- Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age by Geoge Siemens
- CCK08 MOOC + More about CCK08
- Activity Theory
- Networked Learning Theory
- Actor-Network Theory
- Communities of Practice
- Between the Chapter: #4 deconstructing constructivism with @Jessifer
- Situated Learning: Legitimate peripheral participation (Lave & Wenger, 1991)
- Connectivism: Its Place in Theory-Informed Research and Innovation in Technology-Enabled Learning (Bell, 2011)
- Looking backward to look forward by Tannis Morgan
- At the Root of Connectivism by Laura Pasquini
- EC&I 831 MOOC with Alec Couros
- Wendy Drexler on the Connectivist Networked Learner
- The Connected Learning Research Network
- The gendered blogosphere: Examining inequality using network and feminist theory (Harp & Tremayne, 2006)
- Does blogging empower women? Exploring the role of agency and community (Stavrositu & Sundar, 2012)
- Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color (Krenshaw, 1991)
- Access as Pedagogy: A Case for Embracing Feminist Pedagogy in Open and Distance Learning by Suzan Köseoğlu
- Hat tip: Nice shout out to women in the acknowledgements
- Pedagogy of Abundance (Weller, 2011)
- This just in: Email is dead, but the digital hustle is strong.
- Paying Attention: The Attention Economy
- Online Course Platform Market Is Booming Worldwide
- Higher Ed Guidance During COVID-19: Teaching, Learning & Student Support
- Helping the Right Ideas Find One Another (FEDWIKI HAPPENING) via Mike Caulfield
- Beware of online “Filter Bubbles” Eli Pariser
- Stereo MC’s – Connected.
P.s. Get yourself connected to Tanis Morgan: http://homonym.ca/
Questions for Martin & the community:
- How did you land in 2010 for connectivism year, Martin?
- What’s your experience with connectivism and how did it actually influence your work?
- Who’s going to be the one to clean up the pedagogy of abundance?
- What do we do with all the stuff shared online and across these domains from connectivism experiences?
How did connectivism show up in your work? Get yourself connected… the writings on the [insert social media platform] wall. Send us a message or tweet. Podcast episode art: -Ray Specs by @visualthinkery is licensed under CC-BY-SA. Remix by Rajiv Jhangiani.