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Personal Learning Environments
Alice Bedard-Voorhees, PhD
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“Learning IS the work.”
—Harold Jarche
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What is a PLE? Its Purpose?
Identify/Diagram/Map sources for effective
learning about a topic
Develop another metacognit...
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A Map/Diagram of Identified Sources
 Documents: Books, Articles, Pictures, Maps, Diagrams
 People, Organizations
 For...
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Many Examples
 http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/
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Example:
Joyce Selzinger’s PLE Diagram
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Example: Alec Couros’ PLE
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Example: Jordy Jubany I Vila’s PLE
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My PLE
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PLE’s in Course Learning
 Have students share his or her PLE’s for course or as part of a
project assignment.
 Questio...
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Your Turn
 Sketch out a PLE for your learning in general
 Create one with a particular, named goal.
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Bookmarks for this session:
http://delicious.com/constantlearnin
gorg/ple
Email:
alicebedardvoorhees@gmail.com
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Thank You!
Image Source: Public Art, Carbondale, CO: Rik Sargent. “Free Mind.”
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This PLE presentation was originally presented at the Elearning Consortium of Colorado. It's been slightly modified for our class.

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  • This was originally a presentation for the 2013 Elearning Consortium of Colorado.
  • We add value to our own continuous learning. Continuous learning strategies will be of value to our students’ lives in this time of continuous change. PLE’s are a method for identify sources that canServe learning for a subject, course, specific topic.Source: http://www.jarche.com/2012/06/work-is-learning-and-learning-is-the-work/
  • My own categories. http://www.slideshare.net/ibuchem/definitions-of-personal-learning-environment-ple-4029277
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/3118564555/sizes/m/in/set-72157605723722792/
  • http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/the-networked-teacher
  • JordyJubany I Vila:http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/aple#There is a lot going on in this example—the value is the list of resources provided.
  • This diagram was made with Mindnode.
  • This is SusanWaldenberger’s rubric. In making the assignment, this may also be an opportune time to talk about search skills and evaluation of sources and tools.After reading a piece by Dave Cormier, I realized that my rubric had not included a way for students to answer the question, “What learning was supported by the PLE?” Susan’s rubric includes a summary and I think that summary could serve that purpose.
  • You’ve been provided with a worksheet at your table. Give people 10 – 15 minutes to create and share. You don’t need to use these categories necessarily.
  • Image Source: PublicArt, Carbondale, CO: Rik Sargent. “Free Mind.”
  • PLE

    1. 1. + Personal Learning Environments Alice Bedard-Voorhees, PhD
    2. 2. + “Learning IS the work.” —Harold Jarche
    3. 3. + What is a PLE? Its Purpose? Identify/Diagram/Map sources for effective learning about a topic Develop another metacognitive strategy
    4. 4. + A Map/Diagram of Identified Sources  Documents: Books, Articles, Pictures, Maps, Diagrams  People, Organizations  Formal Learning: Training and Courses  Social-Media Networks: LinkedIn Groups, Twitter  Video/Audio  Other Tech Resources: Search Engines, Webinars, MOOCs
    5. 5. + Many Examples  http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/
    6. 6. + Example: Joyce Selzinger’s PLE Diagram
    7. 7. + Example: Alec Couros’ PLE
    8. 8. + Example: Jordy Jubany I Vila’s PLE
    9. 9. + My PLE
    10. 10. + PLE’s in Course Learning  Have students share his or her PLE’s for course or as part of a project assignment.  Questions for Student: How will you use a PLE in your learning for this course? Or how would you use a PLE for a given subject?  Susan Waldenberger’s Rubric: http://ychumanities.net/hum205/files/2011/12/Personal- Learning-Environment-Rubric.pdf  My Rubric: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4XL3HNdjig6d2loY2FfWkV4Y mM/edit?usp=sharing
    11. 11. + Your Turn  Sketch out a PLE for your learning in general  Create one with a particular, named goal.
    12. 12. + Bookmarks for this session: http://delicious.com/constantlearnin gorg/ple Email: alicebedardvoorhees@gmail.com
    13. 13. + Thank You! Image Source: Public Art, Carbondale, CO: Rik Sargent. “Free Mind.”

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