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  • 1. INTC 2610 FALL 2013 PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS
  • 2. PLN Defined  The Personal Learning Network consists of the people a learner interacts with and derives knowledge from in a Personal Learning Environment. Learners create connections and develop a network that contributes to their professional development and knowledge. The learner does not have to know these people personally or ever meet them in person. (Wikipedia 10/17/11)
  • 3. A V A I L A B L E How PLN’s Works I N F O R M A T I O N Graphics by Corrine Weisberger & Shannan Butler
  • 4. E X P E R T S / S C H O L A R S
  • 5. S H A R E
  • 6. W I T H Y O U
  • 7. Y O U F I L T E R
  • 8. A N D P R O D U C E
  • 9. Y O U S H A R E
  • 10. W I N / W I N
  • 11. WHO DO LEARN FROM? All educators (and learners) can benefit from extending their own personal learning network online – beyond the walls of their schools, the boundaries of their districts, and the limits of their experience.
  • 12. Benefits of a PLN  Teachers become:  Aware  Connected  Empowered  Confident . . . .LEARNERS!
  • 13. Core Elements of a PLN 1. Connect 2. Contribute 3. Collaborate 4. Request
  • 14. CONNECT  The growth engine of your learning network is your willingness to reach out and make connections with new people.  Leave comment on a blog  Reply to a question on twitter  Post on Google +  BE AN ACTIVE PARTICIPANT
  • 15. CONTRIBUTE  Share with others  Your expertise or even your struggles  Your helping others
  • 16. COLLABORATE  Simple replies turn into conversations  Conversations turn into professional relationships  Relationships turn into collaboration
  • 17. REQUEST  If you are an active participant when you request people will respond.  Response are immediate, will address the request head-on, and can save time by not relying on google for your answers.
  • 18. TOOLS  BLOG – and use RSS aggregator  Tweet  Join a NING or a professional social network.  Use Google +
  • 19. TO BE SUCCESSFUL  Be Patient – it takes time to make connections  Be Authentic – don’t post to sensationalize or gather followers. Be sincere.
  • 20. Quote…. “If your school system hasn’t changed a year from now, I get it… but if you haven’t changed a year from now, you’re a failure.” Will Richardson, co-author of Personal Learning Networks: Using the Power of Connections to Transform Education
  • 21. ALSO IMPORTANT
  • 22. Teacher Organizations  NEA – National Teacher Association (enrolled by state org.)  http://www.nea.org/  ISTE – International Society for Technology in     Education NJEA - http://www.njea.org/ NJAET – New Jersey Association of Educational Technology http://www.njaet.org/njaet/ NJEEC – NJ Educational Computing Cooperative - http://www.njecc.org/ SRI & ETTC – Stockton Collegehttp://www.ettc.net/
  • 23. School Environment  Colleagues  In-service Workshops  Department Meetings  Informal conversations in the teacher’s room
  • 24. Assignment 1. Written PLN 2. Graphic representation of your PLN. 3. Excel spreadsheet showing alignment of projects with ISTE nets* for teacher standards.
  • 25. Works Cited 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Wikipedia.com Online Learning insights.com Gettingsmart.com The Innovativeeducator.blogspot.com Onceateacher.wordpress.com teachersusingtech.weebly.com