On Connectivism, Lectures and Classroom Discussions

I’ve heard teachers say, what’s the use of teaching when students can Google anything? Well, try googling anything. Thousands of links come up. Which one is the most useful? Which information applies to the local setting? Is the information trustworthy or correct? We have to equip students to sift through so much information. Someone said… Continue reading On Connectivism, Lectures and Classroom Discussions

Ubiquitous Learning

I recently completed e-Learning Ecologies: Innovative Approach to Teaching & Learning for the Digital Age from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Coursera.  From this course, I learned about the 7 affordances of technology in education which can be found below. Cope & Kalantzis believe that these affordances allow us to use technology to… Continue reading Ubiquitous Learning