Hi there. I am not sure I got to see your full comment, because it starts with “*.isms”, though you might have meant to say that all words that end in “ism” & other theories in edu are true in context?
But to answer your question near the end… I don’t think I know yet the exact relationship between rhizomatic learning and connectivism. Your comment made me think that maybe my own response to the idea of connectivism was a bit conservative. I was telling Dave that for some reason rhizomatic learning resonated with me more, but I was not sure why. I don’t know enough about either rhizomatic learning or connectivism to truly compare them but I think we can explore that in #rhizo14? (I see u have blogged about it so i assume u signed up?)
I teach adult learners who are teachers themselves, and usually use a communal approach in my teaching, so can imagine the idea of rhizomatic learning enhancing that further… Given that your own username is “connectiv” maybe you can tell me your perspective about relationship/differences between rhizomatic learning and connectivism?