6 Tips To Apply Connectivism In Online Training

6 Tips To Apply Connectivism In Online Training

Social networks, digital resources, and other online tools have revolutionized the online training landscape. In this article, I’ll explore how to apply the Connectivism Theory in online training. By Christopher Pappas George Siemens and Stephen Downes are the main proponents of the Connectivism Theory, which suggests that online networks and resources play a vital role in the learning experience.

2018 Instructional Design Trends And Learning Trends: The Journey Of Learning

2018 Instructional Design Trends And Learning Trends: The Journey Of Learning – eLearning Industry

What is a learning trend? A new shiny object that is the current buzz? Something that’s been around for a while but is now gaining adoption? Something born from technology innovation or a shift in learner demographics? The answer is all of these things, and more.

Teachers and Technology Must Not Be an Either/Or Dichotomy

Teachers and Technology Must Not Be an Either/Or Dichotomy – EdSurge News

We must either: integrate technology or support teachers; teach traditionally or personalize learning; support districts or support charters; fund edtech or fund schools; individualize learning or humanize instruction. As oversimplified as the above statements may seem, recent public discourse around ongoing trends in K-12 education has fallen into this trap of two-sided, black-and-white debates.