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Learning everywhere, all the time
Cook, Vickie

Published2012
JournalThe Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin
Edition Spring 2012, Pages 48-51

ABSTRACT
Learners of all ages and stages today engage in learning online. Students learn everywhere
and may be connected to a learning source at any time. Teaching and learning online are
about making the necessary connections between the teacher and the student; among students;
and among the student, teacher, and content to allow learning to occur. This article will help
teachers make those connections in ways that will engage students in a continuous learning
process.

Keywords community of inquiry · connectivism · online learning

Languageen
URLhttp://www.dkg.org/atf/cf/%7B70E631E4-44B9-4D36-AE7D-D12E4520FAB3%7D/Spring%202012_Professional%20Development_2-27-12.pdf#page=49
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