Connectivism is a learning theory that explains how Internet technologies have created new opportunities for people to learn and share information. Siemens' connectivism incorporates ideas from: chaos theory, self-organization and networks. Learning is an actionable knowledge that connects information learned and maintains those connections.
A classroom activity the incorporates the Connectivism theory is to have group collaborations and discussions to allow different viewpoints and make connections. This will help with their problem-solving, decision-making and making sense of the information presented. Students need to be allowed to makes choices about their learning, so that connections can be made and maintained.