Tag Archives: social constructivism

Reclaiming Lurking

Lurking is a potential problem for theories of social constructivism and principles of active learning. It’s also a problem for data analytics – if the student is not VISIBLE, how do we KNOW that they are learning? The invisible are … Continue reading

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When is an ism useful?

I responded to a tweet by Simon yesterday like this: @sensor63 @Jessifer @Bali_Maha @slamteacher I think the opposite of objectivity might be perspectivism #rhizo16 — Sarah Honeychurch (@NomadWarMachine) February 16, 2016 I did this basically to challenge the thought that … Continue reading

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