FrontPage. Created by PBworks 10 years, 5 months ago; Last edited by Emilio Quintana 8 years, 10 months ago. Revisions (). Showing the 20 most recent. SIEMENS, George (): Conectivismo: una teoría de aprendizaje para la era digital O LIVRO DE GEORGE SIEMENS “CONOCIENDO EL CONOCIMIENTO”. Learning in George Siemens November 17, Oslo, Norway 2. Me 3.

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If a learning community equates somewhat with a course, then our learning network is equivalent to a degree program. Each community is a node on the network.

Learners weave together connect various content and conversation elements to create an integrated, though at times contradictory, network of issues and concerns.

Krebs [ edit ] connections “A connection is a link conocimiemto two entities [in a network] ggeorge that a change of state in one entity may result in a change of state in the second entity.

Abraham Maslow The real value of a new tool is not the tool itself. These agents can create diverse structures ant colonies, brains, cities through the process of connecting by following simple rules. I assume he means that social media only results in the emotional outpourings from the participants.

Perhaps the real value exists in the knowledge patterns that emerge. Growth of for-profit educationhttp: The act of labeling is an attempt to provide order where order does not exist at least in the mind of the listener.


It requires less thought and foraging for needed knowledge. Then we select the tool. The breakdown of common understanding and dialogue poses a risk to the civility of society.

George Siemens, Oslo, noviembre 2009

Content is the codification of our knowledge, our art, our vision, our dreams, and our aspirations. What happens when all of my information comes only from sources that promote view points I already hold? Centralization is effective when matched to the appropriate task. People are dying for their rights and using these media to achieve real political change and it’s an insult for ill-informed academics to reduce this to an off-hand comment about it wl ‘misguided’.

The difference is fairly subtle. What we do not choose is often as important as what we do choose.

El conectivismo

Tremendous conocirndo of online educationhttp: We often apply our thinking at the wrong stage—we think planning is the key, but fail to recognize that the rapid pace of knowledge development is moving more emphasis to adapting during the process.

Ideologies of an era are embedded into its systems Solutions are contained within the problems themselves not external, templated responsesand problems always morph as we begin to work on them.

The misleading, and false assumption of many leaders is: Hierarchies have a role, but at a much diminished level…and always within the appropriate context. Universities transitioning to an information eraFreedman, G. The knowledge thus observed consists not in how Janet and I will vote, nor in how many of us will vote, but rather, in the observation that there is this type of connection between myself and Janet.


As Snowden indicates, different situations present themselves at different levels of clarity. We have become active organizers of individual agents. The central filtering agent is no longer the newspaper, teacher, manager, or institution. Iniciado por Augusto de Franco 21 Jan, Downes talks more about how groups are distinct from networks and Siemens talks about how groups are a particular sub-type of networks.

Siemens uses it to highlight that the connections are more important [for tomorrow] than what you learn from them [today].

When we rely on outdated knowledge due to classification in conocimkento of all elements being knownwe encounter inaccurate information, wrong judgments, and un-acknowledged changed foundations. Technology is about addition Learning and knowing occur in networks and ecologies, not hierarchical, pre-organized structures.

Our approach to working with knowledge requires a similar holistic view—first we need to understand a situation for what it is, and then we move forward with our response.

Tools and approaches possess, in themselves, innate attributes for optimal function saw for cutting wood, hammer for building.