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Learning Theories

. . . are something about which I have no expertise – but that’s never stopped me from sounding off about anything else, so here goes:

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Ulop’s Theory

In the follow-up to #CritLit2010, Ulop OTaat (whoever he may be) has expressed a theory about what the educational theory called “Connectivism” is (or is not). Basically he appears skeptical of its value as more than just a new lingo … Continue reading

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