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Slides by Graham Attwell, Alec Couros and friends for their Unkeynote presentation at the #PLE2010 Conference held in Barcelona in July

Slides by Graham Attwell, Alec Couros and friends for their Unkeynote presentation at the #PLE2010 Conference held in Barcelona in July

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  • ‘ Learning Spaces’ concept from here: http://pairadimes.davidtruss.com/blogs-as-learning-spaces/ Related to ‘Thinning Walls” By Alec: http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/1335 Response to #2. What are the implications of PLEs/PLNs on traditional modes/structures of education? (Related to #6 too)
  • This is one of my favourite characteristics of a healthy community, and it certainly applies to PLNs. Members of a PLN need to empathize with another person enough to actually be willing to contribute something to them. Forgiveness comes in when someone unintentionally offends someone else in the network – something that is all too easy to have happen. A healthy PLN will be willing to forgive and move on.
  • Hospitality is more than being nice to each other – although it certainly implies that. It includes taking care of someone else—inviting them into a part of your life and looking after them while they’re there. PLNs look after each other.

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  • PLE2010 unKeynote Presentation Alec Couros and Graham Attwell and friends Photo: Thomas Hawk - http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/2442371176/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • QUESTION 1: With all of the available Web 2.0 tools, is there a need for “educational technology”? Photo Raymond Elferink
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  • Photo by by thumeco   http:// www.flickr.com/photos/waynethume/154109994/ Contributed by Mark McGuire
  • Question 2: What are the implications of PLEs/PLNs on traditional modes/structures of education?
  • PLEs may expand into traditional structures http://www.flickr.com/photos/xip/13979681/sizes/o/in/photostream/ Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • PLN PLE When we seek and we create personal learning spaces, our classrooms can no longer be defined by their physical spaces .
  • Contributed by Carlos Santos
  • Question3: What are the key attributes of a healthy PLE/PLN?
  • A healthy PLE is dynamic, diverse and interactive. http://www.flickr.com/photos/labguest/3510995344/sizes/l/in/photostream/ Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • BREADTH DEPTH Both online & offline Linked into multiple networks Draw from eclectic sources Involve 2-way information flow Have people at their heart Background to this diagram – blog post 1 & blog post 2 Contributed by Ian Guest What are the key attributes of a healthy PLE/PLN?
  • Contributed by Richard A. Schwier
  • George Roberts
  • Empathy/Forgiveness Contributed by Richard A. Schwier
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  • hospitality Contributed by Richard A. Schwier
  • QUESTION 4: What pedagogies are inspired by PLEs (e.g., networked learning, connected learning)? Give examples of where PLEs/PLNs have transformed practice.
  • Sia Vogel - My PLE
  • Question 5: What are the implications of PLEs/PLNs beyond bringing educational technology into the classroom, and specifically toward workplace/professional learning?
  • One implication of PLEs in education: empowering students’ learning http://www.flickr.com/photos/ldm/14296081 / Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • Another implication of PLEs in education: Working students’ digital attitude http://www.flickr.com/photos/unav/4100393732/sizes/m/in/photostream/ Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • Question 6: If PLEs/PLNs are becoming the norm, what does it mean for teachers/trainers (or the extension: what does it mean for training teachers & trainers)?
  • If PLEs are becoming the norm, it means networking our students from the very beginning. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mimiw/1878700854/sizes/z/in/photostream/ Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • Contributed by Mary Risner Photo danceinthesky http://www.flickr.com/photos/26533176@N00/403990660/
  • The networked student may become the networked professional. THE WAY IS LONG... BUT IT CANNOT BE DONE ALONE. http://www.flickr.com/photos/baggis/4173304621/ Contributed by Gemma Tur
  • Question 7: As our networks continue to grow, what strategies should we have in managing our contacts, our connections, and our attention? Or, extension, how scalable are PLEs/PLNs?
  • Question 8: Can we start thinking beyond PLEs/PLNs as models? Are we simply at a transitional stage? What will be the next, new model for learning in society? (e.g., where are we headed?)
  • How can you avoid creating an echo chamber PLE/PLN?
    • CC-licensed photo by lovestruck
    Contributed by Meredith Stewart
  • Thank you for watching www.pontydysgu.org