EDU-655-Week-5-Assignment-2-KEITH-C-QUARLES-EDUCATION-MAJOR-ASHFORD-UNIVERSITY-EDU-655-WEEK-5-ASSIGN

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Constructivism may have been a prelude to Web 2.0 since in a learning environment learners are “free” to operate under one’s own capacity to learn. “Constructivism “ encourages the learner direct involvement in one’s own learning processes without the instructor’s total control over the knowledge and methods of learning (Enonbun, 2010). Thus, Web 2.0 can extend/support the idea of constructivism to a point where the learner experiences even more freedom in seeking knowledge and in turn feel empowered and self-motivated. Enonbun (2010) states, “ the Web 2.0 phenomenon supports user development and discovery of content via highly interactive means and the pace of the interaction is primarily determined by the learner ” (p.21). Therefore, Web 2.0 can support constructivism through the synergies that exists between the two educational innovations regarding the empowerment of the individual to learn with considerable autonomy.

The learning objective for this assignment is to learn how to use technology tools to receive instruction and ultimately collaborate on an online marketing plan in order to market a business consul

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