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Articles Tagged as “connectivism”

Mar 11 2015

Building on the concept of communities of practice, Etienne Wenger (2009) has proposed a social theory of learning. The focus of this theory is “learning as social participation,” in which learners actively participate in the practices of social communities and construct personal identities in relation to these communities. As instructional designers, we're aware of various theories about how and why people learn. And, of course, we've heard about social learning. As mobile technology advances, learning has moved from...

Jan 25 2017

If I had to narrow down 2016 to one lesson learned, I think it would have to be the importance of failure in learning. Failure seemed to be an overarching theme, and in the best possible way. This is why...

Apr 21 2017

Part 1 of a series spotlighting Obsidian Learning’s tradition of putting our skills to work for nonprofit organizations. A team of Obsidian employees has recently been collaborating on a communications project for Social Motion Skills, a Houston-based organization that helps craft solutions for families dealing with autism, ADHD, and other similar social challenges.

Feb 13 2018

Seussical Words of Wisdom for 2018

Author: Monica Savage
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With the first month of 2018 behind us, I find I am truly looking forward to the coming year. I have long considered the quote above a pearl of wisdom, but it seems especially relevant today. No matter how much I think I know, there is always more to learn.

23 April,2018 The Obsidian Blog | connectivism Obsidian Learning