Connectivism – the Multiple Choice?

 

Have your ever sat in an examination with multiple choices?

 

Here is one:

1. What would you like?

A. Formal education

B. Informal learning

C. On the job training

D. Off the job training

E. All of the above.

 

Answer:

What is your answer?

 

Here is another one:

2. What would you choose?

  1. My academic education was not bad, just irrelevant.  I participated, but I wasn’t inspired. My education prepared me to get through school, but not through life. (Holden, 2005, p48) Success Intelligence  
  2. My education is rich. I learn both formally and informally, and I am passionate in learning
  3. I don’t like school, and I don’t know what learning is.  I am just a failure
  4. I want choice, a multiple pathway to learning.  Are there any choices?  Are there any connections I could make to make this happen?
  5. I want fun in learning, I enjoy learning, and I have high emotional intelligence

Answer:

Have you chosen your answer?

 

3. For me to respond to connectivism and answer why it is a new theory.

 

  1. Write a paper
  2. Communicate with my readers in a clear concise manner – start with this draft
  3. Communicate, collaborate and cooperate with stakeholders, participants, and negotiate
  4. Connect with the networks
  5. Explain a complex learning theory – connectivism in a simple way

 

 

 

Answer…..

Sorry, I still haven’t answer the reasons.  Why? 

Because I choose to answer it in steps….