There has been some criticism that SD and GS are taking an evangelistic approach to connectivism. I have some sympathy with this. I would like to see more appreciation of the possible pitfalls of connectivism. If people ask me how I approach teaching and learning, I usually say that I favour a social constructivist approach – but that doesn’t mean to say that I never resort to a behaviourist approach or a cognitivist approach. Fitness for purpose seems a good thing to keep in mind.

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