A rather belated post on #rhizo15 week 2! How do we count or measure learning in our networks or learning rhizomatically? How do we begin to “grade Dave”? 619 more words
Tags » Connectivism
Discovering that the concept of learning styles has no supporting empirical evidence was a bit of a shock during our exploration of how people learn. It was an important lesson though—a warning not to assume that the field of learning is black and white, or that learners could be labeled and grouped together so easily. 535 more words
Follow this link for a closer look at my mind map of how I connect to technology for learning:
In my world of teaching elementary school general music and studying for my Ph.D. 388 more words
What did you find surprising or striking as you furthered your knowledge about how people learn?
The thing I found most surprising while studying learning theories is realizing the underlying structure of courses I have taken and why those frameworks were likely chosen. 681 more words
My network has changed the way I learn drastically. Going from classrooms with four walls, know I learn with my own four walls and they change daily. 248 more words
This week I was asked to reflect on three questions:
- How has your view on how you learn changed?
When I began my study of learning theories I viewed myself as a strong visual learner and I identified with behaviorism, constructivism, and cognitivism. 524 more words