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Options start with a good teacher. Allt börjar med en bra lärare. Dreams start with a good teacher. Allt börjar med en bra lärare. I was visiting the blog of a #CCK11 course member, five minutes ago. Her name is … Continue reading

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Connectivist Word Walls: Show and Tell #CCK11 #ELTchat

Hi everyone. Today’s connectivist writing lesson is called “Show and tell”. Sometimes, no matter how much you refine and plan your words, well, at times, words alone just don’t work. So, what do you do? Show and tell. Show what … Continue reading

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A Connectivist Writing Lesson: Words on Walls #CCK11 #ELtchat

Words on walls surround, Words on walls connect, Words on walls embrace, Words on walls bound, Words on walls elect, Words on walls face, Words on walls found, Words on walls – lovely. Friends of mine, these words To be … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – The Connectivist Writes: A Jig-Saw Creative Writing Lesson #ELTchat

Our journey begins. Are you ready? The first step, for some, is the hardest step of all. The most difficult step. Are you thinking, what I think you are thinking? You see, I’m thinking, that you are thinking, that I’m … Continue reading

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Unity is Strength: A Connectivist Writing Lesson (#CCK11) (#ELTchat) (#sirken)

Unity is strength. I store my knowledge in my friends. What is connectivism? It’s a learning theory for a digital age, right? Is it only a theory, or can a teacher walk into a classroom, where there is no Facebook, … Continue reading

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23 Educator Roles: An Imagined Interview With Stephen Downes (#CCK11)

Me: Twenty Three. Twenty three roles? What have you been smoking? Hey, I’m a teacher. One person. Only one, just one. Not twenty three. I stand in front of the class and talk to everybody. That’s what one teacher does, … Continue reading

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Eleven: Could You Please Repeat That? #CCK11

#CCK11. Eleven. Here’s the situation: You’re in a strange country. You and a friend walk into an elevator. Both of you want to go to the eleventh floor. The elevator doors close behind you. Only then do you discover that … Continue reading

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Day Five: Reflecting (#CCK 11)

Hi. I’m thinking, or better said, reflecting on #CCK11. Now, I’m actually alone in the house (incredible but true), it’s late afternoon, a nice cool breeze is blowing gently through my window, and my gaze has come to rest on … Continue reading

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Connectivism & Connected Knowledge Course: Day 1 (#CCK11)

Welcome back ladies and gentlemen. The free (no cost) Connectivism and Connected Knowledge Course has begun. Today, January 17, Gaby’s birthday (my wife) was Day 1. What did I do today? I’m glad you asked that question. 🙂 Day 1. … Continue reading

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Open Social Learning: Connectivism, As Practiced By A Teacher of English as a Foreign Language

Hi my friend(s). I’m writing this piece to follow-up my last post. Briefly, that post was a response to my friend Marisa Constantinides, who asked her PLN to provide her with our views on using FaceBook as a PLN tool. … Continue reading

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