Have an account?
How does connectivism influence learning?
Giving the answer
Letting students use their phones
"a social, connected process of learning."
Who gave us this definition of Conectivism?
Where does learning reside according to Connectivist theory?
In our Brains
In all of the above
Who also argued for connectivism along with Seimens and collaborated with him to produce the first ever MOOC?
The metaphor of the mind as computer where information comes in, is being processed, and leads to certain outcomes refers to?
______________ is a theoretical framework for understanding learning in a digital age. Internet technologies such as web browsers, search engines, wikis, online discussion forums, and social networks contributed to new avenues of learning.
explains how Internet technologies have created new opportunities for people to learn and share information across the World Wide Web and among themselves
Students decide how the work will be accomplished.
The teacher decides how the work should be accomplished.
The teacher acts as a facilitator.
Students are encouraged to work together, rather than compete with other groups.
Can be used to make competitions between groups
There is a strong emphasis on the social aspect.
Based theory of Collaborative Learning
What is cooperative learning?
A technique of inquiry-based learning
An educational approach which aims to organize classroom activities into academic and social learning experiences
A means of instructing whereby the teachers actively involve the students in their learning process
A method of teaching in which content, instructional technology and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interest of each learner
Which is not the element of cooraperative learning
Why do we need to teach students about Metacognition?
So they can know when to give upWe don't
So they can be better people
So they can be more effective learners
What is Metacognition?
creating mental images in your mind
thinking about your thinking
wondering as you read
thinking what the text might be about
What is an example of metacognition?
Someone figuring out what their learning style is
Someone remembers how to do their homework
Planning how to get the most out of learning
What is the reading strategy for verbalizing what we are thinking as we read?
A reader thinks about why they are reading a text before they start reading. What is the reader doing?
Using background knowledge
Making an inference
Establishing a purpose for reading
Asking and answering questions
Readers can use sensory details from the text to ______________.
Make an inference
Establish purpose for reading
Create mental images
Allows to combine text, audio, and graphics