The following is a link to a wiki that was created on a position against connectivism in the classroom:
I read on this wiki that, “students tend to find networks similar to oneself instead of learning from people with different experiences and views. When creating a connectivist classroom, teachers turn into effective facilitators as they guide their students through many learning experiences. Yes, I do believe that students tend to work with students who have similar learning styles as them, but as a teacher, we teach our students to branch out and to try new things. As an effective facilitator, the teacher will help students create networks that challenge their work habits, learning styles, and thinking. Teachers that agree with connectivism understand that teaching methods and tools continuously change and therefore, the need to change too. I believe that using technology, teachers will provide their students with so many networks and learning opportunities, that it is impossible for students to only work with others who have the same style and networks as they do.