On Group C’s wiki, they argued that a connectivist classroom negatively impacts students because it requires a high degree of digital literacy and confidence in using technology. Personally, this is one of my concerns about connectivism too. Although I do believe it is a valid learning theory, I think that some students have an unfair advantage over others. For those students who are confident, competent technology users, I definitely believe that they are learning and growing due to the networks they are creating and the information they are accessing through others. However, what about those students who are not fluent or well-versed in digital literacy? Those students are not experiencing the same amount of learning as the students who can confidently use technology. Therefore, I believe that while connectivism can be used to describe how some students learn, it cannot yet be used to describe how all students learn.