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Personal learning environment

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  • 1. a concept based on Web 2 .0 and social software
  • 2. PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT ARE“systems that helplearners takecontrol of andmanage their ownlearning”Marc Boots-Ebenfield, 2009
  • 3. PERSONAL LEARNING HELPSLEARNERS TO: set their own learning goals manage their learning, both content and process communicate with others in the process of learning
  • 4. PLE represents the integration of anumber of "Web 2.0" technologieslike blogs, Wikis, RSSfeeds, Twitter, Facebook, etc
  • 5. External ServicesWeb 2.0Self organisedInstitutionallymanagedAdapted from David Delgado, 2007E-PortfolioAggregatorSocialNetworkPersonal Learning Environment ModelBlogLMSPersonalLearningEnvironmentccSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2009
  • 6. USES OF PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 7. SHARING CONTENT WITH OTHERS
  • 8.  MANAGE INFORMATION
  • 9.  GENERATE CONTENT
  • 10. WHAT DOES PLE MEAN FORLERANERS
  • 11.  A world of free learning resourcesStephen Downs, 2008
  • 12. PLEs CREATE NEW ROLES INEDUCATION Role of learnersCreators of knowledge Role of teachersMentors and facilitators ofknowledge
  • 13. CHALLENGES OF USING PLE INEDUCATION TECHINICAL SOCIAL PEDAGOGICAL
  • 14. TECHNICAL CHALLENGES TOOLS OVERLOAD FIREWALLBLOCKING ACCESABILITY USABILITY
  • 15. SOCIAL CHALLENGES CONTENT OWNERSHIP CHILD SAFETY NOT EVERYONE USES TECHNOLOGY DIGITAL LITERACY
  • 16. PEDAGOGICAL CHALLENGES INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN TESTING AND ASSESSMENT
  • 17. CHALLENGES CONT… “It is not the development of technology, but thechanging ways in which people are using technologiesto communicate and learn” Graham Atwell, 2007
  • 18. CONCLUSION No centralized system today meets our learning needs A necessity to use a variety of tools to support ourlearning needs PLE is a lifelong process
  • 19. REFERENCES Atwell, G. 2009. Personal learning environments Lubensky, R. (2006). The present and future of PersonalLearning Environments. Deliberation Blog, retrieved April 29,2010 from http://www.deliberations.com.au/2006/12/present-and-future-of-personal-learning.html Wheeler, S. 2009. It’s Personal: Learning Spaces, Learning Webs.University of Plymouth Boots-Ebenfield, M. 2009. Personal Learning Environments,Web 2.0 and the Future of Higher Education Downs, S. 2008. Personal learning environments ZaidAlsagoff. 2012. Empowering personal learning environments

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