Tuesday, 22 December 2015


Connectivism is a relatively new learning theory that looks at how knowledge is constructed through technology, people and communities (Starkey, 2012,p.26). Knowledge is built through connections between information. This information requires people to make the connections and uses the technology to do this. With connectivism, knowledge is always growing as more connections are made. 

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Starkey, L., (2012). Teaching and learning in the digital age. Oxon: Routledge

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