Connectivism for writing pedagogy: Strategic networked approaches to promote international collaborations and intercultural learning

Jason Tham, Ann Hill Duin, Saveena (Chakrika) Veeramoothoo, Brandi J. Fuglsby

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Abstract

Learning today is supported and made complex by ubiquitous technologies. To prepare students for global workforce and intercultural exchange, writing pedagogy must incorporate strategic networked learning approaches. In this article, we present three examples of international collaborations and intercultural learning by the means of connectivism—a learning theory for the digital age. Through assessing student projects and reviewing student and instructor feedback, we demonstrate the uses and implications of connectivism for writing pedagogy.

Original languageEnglish
Article number102643
JournalComputers and Composition
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2021

Keywords

  • Collaboration
  • Connectivist learning
  • Fabric of Digital Life
  • Personal learning network
  • Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Project

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