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Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
Personal learning environment
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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