According to Wikipedia, a Course Management System -CMS hereinafter- is equivalent to a Virtual Learning Environment, and can be defined as “Web-based platform for the digital aspects of courses of study, usually within educational institutions” (Wikipedia, n. d. ). Nonetheless,
Phase II: Connectivism Last week all the separate wikis were made visible, and thus we started the connectivist phase. They can be browsed at http://dbavanzado.wikispaces.com/. Basically, we have constructed knowledge (blue cells in the chart below), and learners has become experts
This is a real application of Constructivism and Connectivism in classroom using wiki. In particular, it is a course about Databases (MySQL and Oracle), part of a Vocational Technical Training program. The application of this experience with wiki started last
This paper contains the background of the experiences reported in this section. It has been divided into two parts, to make the post more friendly. The first part focus on the theory, while the second focus on the real experiences.
This second part gives a brief description of personal experiences as well as other non-formal learning related experiences, most of them are well-known. Those personal experiences are going on at the moment of publishing this post. My intention is to
This week we have turned back to learning foundations, with the guidance of Chris Dede, from Harvard. And so, I feel the same inquietude about Classical education in contrast with Web 2.0 Learning. He notice a shift at two levels:…