E-professional: from PLE to PLWEPresentation Transcript
eProfessional:from PLE to PLWE David Delgado Enrique Rubio Manuel Galán Javier Sánchez
Table of Contents• 1. INTRODUCING CICEI• 2. INTRODUCTION• 3. INNOVATION IN EDUCATION• 4. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PLWE• 5. THE EPROFESIONAL
1. INTRODUCING CICEI
Mission:“Design and implementation of a sustainablemodel for the Information Society, based onthe right and intensive use of InformationTechnologies in:Education, training and learning (e-Learning),Business (e-Business) andAdministration (e-Government)."
General Introduction• eProfessional as a new role• They are involved in online learning and work• Their main tools is the PLWE (Personal Learning and Work Environment), evolution of the PLE (Personal Learning Environment)• Components of PLWE: – PLM – Personal Learning Management – PKM – Personal Knowledge Management – PPM – Personal Productivity Management
3. INNOVATION IN EDUCATION
Introduction to Innovation in Education• Education has not changed in centuries• We are proposing an adaptation of Education to the new reality• PLE (Personal Learning Environments) arise from that Innovation. They are the foundation of PLWE (Personal Learning and Work Environments)• PLWE are the most important tool that eProfessionals use
Teaching – Learning ModelTeacher Centered Learner Centered Provides instruction Provides learning K is transferred The learner discovers and constructs One-dimensional their own K Individual work MultisensitiveProvides information Collaborative work Passive learning Information and K are exchangedEncyclopedic learning Active learning Reactive Critical and creative thinking Artificial Context Proactive Controlled On a context Homogeneous Balance on Control and self Contents management Customized Significant learning Connections Bidirectional Multidirectional New teacher role - Facilitator New student role - Learner
Basic digital competences
New role and paradigms of innovation in learning• New “Role” “Learning as an adaptation strategy for a networked Society and Economy. This adaptation strategy involves the individual, organization and social aspects.”• New paradigms of Innovation in Learning (e-learning 2.0): – Social Learning – Informal Learning – Workplace Learning and Performance Improvement – Self Managed Learning
From LMS to PLE and SLN• A) Learning Management Systems (LMS)• B) Technologies and Tools (2.0) for Self Managed Learning (PLE)• C) Social Learning Networks for collaborative learning – Sociedad y Tecnología.
Learning in the new Web Space
Disadvantages of PLE• Not everybody is confident enough to manage their own learning and design their own PLE.• Not everybody wants to be a self managed eLearner• The sophistication an big number of tools that can be used may scare people• The organizations are scared of losing control of what people learn inside them• LMS could be useful instead of PLE for novices to participate in easy to follow formal courses.
Advantages of PLE• Best solution for self managed learning and informal learning• Learners are able to choose the best tools and best design for their learning needing• Very useful for people that use Web 2.0 tools (social web).• PLEs are really good for workplace learning and people that already knows about something and want to improve in that field.• If you need an LMS, just include that in your set of learning tools in your own PLE.
21st Century Learning
4. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATIONOF PLWE
Introduction to PLWE• PLWE are the most important tool for eProfesionals to use• PLWE (Personal Learning and Work Environments) are the generalization of PLE (Personal Learning Environments) to the workplace• Components of PLWE – PLM – Personal Learning Management – PKM – Personal Knowledge Management – PPM – Personal Productivity Management
The convergence of work and learning in PLWE
The Tripolar Convergence of Knowledge, Learning and Innovation (KLI)
Components of PLWE• Though it is personal, at least, it should include... • Web Browser with relevant ‘extensions’ • ‘Feed’ Reader (RSS) • Social bookmarking • Methods and tools that facilitate self managed learning • Other Productivity Tools, related to daily activity. • Evidence of competences and skills (ePortfolio) • A personal daskboard that joins all the resources• Note that… each eProfessional should consider themselves as a Professional in Learning and Personal Development (eLearner)• Which components, resources and tools should be part of a PLWE?
PKM vision of PLWE
Example of Social Network as SLN
From PLWE to CLWE
Introduction to the eProfessional• eProfessional as a new role• They get involved in online learning and work• Their main tool is the PLWE• They evolve from Knowledge Management in the current Age• They try to build an online reputation• The key aspect is “learning to be”
Corporative Knowledge Management (KM) : from Contents to People
Social Networked Environment:Global, distributed and complex
Historical evolution of Economy
The 3 Generations of Knowledge Management (KM)
Reputation Management Cycles in the Social Web
Learning to BE
Thanks! See and study this presentation at: http://www.slideshare.net/davidds David Delgado CICEI (Innovation Center for the Information Society) ULPGC (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) email@example.com http://twitter.com/davidds64http://www.sociedadytecnologia.org/pg/profile/davidds