Building Student Networks: Towards a Connectivist Analysis of Classroom Learning Environments

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Building Student Networks: Towards a Connectivist Analysis of Classroom Learning Environments

Recently, Gerald Ardito presented a session for the Canadian Institute for Distance Education Research entitled “Building Student Networks: Towards a Connectivist Analysis of Classroom Learning Environments.”  Folks can view the archives at:

https://landing.athabascau.ca/groups/profile/289790/canadian-initiative-for-distance-education-research-cider/tab/359765/sessions

Dr. Ardito – who is an Assistant Professor, STEM-D Education and Faculty Assessment Coordinator in the School of Education at Pace University – is interested in connecting with educators using self-directed approaches in the Canadian eLearning Network.

If you are interested in connecting with Dr. Ardito, please contact him directly at:

Dr. Gerald Ardito
Assistant Professor, STEM-D Education
Faculty Assessment Coordinator
Pace University | School of Education
161 William Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10038
212-618-6958
gardito@pace.edu

By | 2017-06-14T15:15:36+00:00 June 14th, 2017|CIDER, self-directed approaches|

About the Author:

Michael K. Barbour is Associate Professor of Instructional Design for the College of Education and Health Sciences at Touro University California. He has been involved with K-12 online learning in a variety of countries for well over a decade as a researcher, teacher, course designer and administrator. Michael’s research focuses on the effective design, delivery and support of K-12 online learning, particularly for students located in rural jurisdictions.