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Module01: The Learner & Current Learning Theory


Module Summary

In this module we will explore current learning theory, specifically as it relates to learners in the 21st century. We will be discussing in depth, George Siemen's Connectivism Theory.



  • Post a discussion response that speaks to your current (or future/desired) role as an educator. Include within this post your educational philosophy and how that currently applies to the classroom experience of your learners.
  • Discuss the fallacy of the digital native or millennial student.
  • Discuss the realities of the digital native or millennial student.
  • Discuss the effect that technology has on your pedagogical practice and tie this into your earlier stated educational philosophy.




Readings (Need to get weblinks or list in WebCT via e-Reserves)

  • 2006 Horizon Report
  • ECAR Report - Students And Technology
  • Educating the Net Generation
  • Engage Me or Enrage Me
  • Getting Ready for the NetGen Learner
  • Neomillenial Learning Styles
  • Father Google
  • Myth About Student Competency
  • Myth About Students



  • Develop Blog using Wordpress or Edublogs


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