Monthly Archives: December 2011

Weeks 10 – 16: Creating an Interactive Learning Module

For the last six weeks I have been developing an interactive learning module on the topic of exposure in digital photography called Understanding Exposure. I chose exposure as my topic because, as a photographer, it is something that I know … Continue reading

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Week 15: Connectivism

This week I read George Siemen’s article Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age. Even though it was written in 2004, the ideas and principles outlined in the article still hold true today. Siemens begins by providing an introduction … Continue reading

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Week 13: Distributed Cognitions

This week I read Distributed Cognitions by Roy Pea and John Seely Brown. They argue that intelligence is distributed across minds, persons, and the symbolic and physical environments. It is socially constructed through collaborative efforts and also found in artifacts … Continue reading

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