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    • NHLAKANIPHO WANDISILE SONANDI 201120921
    • Professional Learning Networks
    • PLNPROFESSIONAL (PERSONAL) LEARNINGNETWORKS
    • WHAT IS A PLN? I asked my PLN and these are some of their responses:
    • WHAT IS A PLN?RESPONSES:
    • SO HOW DOES A NETWORK HELP ME?
    • WHAT DOES MY PLN DO FOR ME? I go to my PLN for many things:  Learn new things  Ask questions  Collaborate  Validation  Camaraderie  Stay in touch with friends
    • WHERE DO I START?
    • AND WHO DO I FOLLOW?
    • FIND NEW CONNECTIONS!http://www.flickr.com/photos/47658930@N00/476481053
    • •Twitter is a micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network)•When you become "friends" with people with similarinterests, you can share ideas and collaborate with otherteachers from other cities, states, or even countries!
    • •Plurk is another micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network) likeTwitter•It is more conversational than Twitter because it allowsconversations to stay threaded
    • HOW DOES IT WORK?
    • PLE ARE BASED ON THE IDEATHAT LEARNING WILL TAKE PLACEIN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS ANDSITUATIONS AND WILL NOT BEPROVIDED BY A SINGLELEARNING PROVIDER
    • THE IDEA OF A PERSONALLEARNING ENVIRONMENTRECOGNISES THAT LEARNING ISCONTINUING AND SEEKS TOPROVIDE TOOLS TO SUPPORTTHAT LEARNING
    • USING WHATEVER TOOLS ANDDEVICES WHICH THE LEARNERSCHOOSE
    • PLES CAN HELP IN THERECOGNITION OF INFORMALLEARNING
    • “THE HEART OF THE CONCEPT OF THE PLEIS THAT IT IS A TOOL THAT ALLOWS ALEARNER (OR ANYONE) TO ENGAGE IN ADISTRIBUTED ENVIRONMENT CONSISTINGOF A NETWORK OF PEOPLE, SERVICES ANDRESOURCES. IT IS NOT JUST WEB 2.0, BUTIT IS CERTAINLY WEB 2.0 IN THE SENSETHAT IT IS (IN THE BROADEST SENSEPOSSIBLE) A READ-WRITE APPLICATION.” Stephen Downes, 2006
    • PLES ARE NOT ANOTHERSUBSTANTIATION OFEDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGY BUT A NEWAPPROACH TO LEARNING
    • THE PLE WILL CHALLENGE THEEXISTING EDUCATION SYSTEMSAND INSTITUTION
    • THE „PEDAGOGY‟ BEHIND THE PLE – IF ITCOULD BE STILL CALLED THAT – IS THAT ITOFFERS A PORTAL TO THE WORLD,THROUGH WHICH LEARNERS CANEXPLORE AND CREATE, ACCORDING TOTHEIR OWN INTERESTS AND DIRECTIONS,INTERACTING AT ALL TIMES WITH THEIRFRIENDS AND COMMUNITY
    • A RESPONSE TO PEDAGOGIC APPROACHES WHICHREQUIRE THAT LEARNER‟S E-LEARNING SYSTEMSNEED TO BE UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE LEARNERSTHEMSELVES.
    • THE PROMISE OF PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENTS COULD BE TO EXTEND ACCESS TOEDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO EVERYONE WHOWISHES TO ORGANIZE THEIR OWN LEARNING.
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    • “WRITING FOR THE WEB IS A MATTER OFCONTINUOUS CONVERSATION RATHER THANSTATIC PAPER DESIGN.”
    • POLICIES TO SUPPORT THEDEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATIONOF PLES
    • ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING THEDEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITIES OFPRACTICE AND ENGAGEMENT INTHOSE COMMUNITIES
    • DECISIONS OVER FUNDING ANDSUPPORT NEED TO BE TAKEN ASCLOSE TO PRACTICE AS POSSIBLE
    • RECOGNIZE DIFFERENT FORMS ANDCONTEXTS OF LEARNING
    • THE DEVELOPMENT ANDADOPTION OF NEW PEDAGOGIES
    • THE CO-SHAPING OFTECHNOLOGIES BRINGINGTOGETHER TECHIES ANDTEACHERS, ENTERPRISES ANDINSTITUTIONS
    • BIBLIOGRAPHYCrofut. Sherry, "Professional Learning Networks.http://conference2009.tie2.wikispaces.net/Professional+(Personal)+Learning+Networks. Retrieved2013/03/15.Crofut. Sherry, "Professional Learning Networks. http://www.pbs.org/teachers/connect. Retrieved2013/03/15.Dorman, Jennifer. (Jun 2009) "Power Up Your Professional Learning"http://www.slideshare.net/cliotech/power-up-your-professional-learning-network. Retrieved2013/03/15.Hurley, Heather. (Oct 2009) "Spicing up your Professional Network"http://www.slideshare.net/hhurley/spicing-up-your-professional-network. Retrieved 2013/03/14.Malinka, Ivanova (Apr 2009).”Spicing up your Professional Learning Networks”.http://www.slideshare.net/malinkaiva/from-personal-learning-environment-building-to-professional-learning-network-forming. Retrieved 2013-03-14.Van Harmelen, Mark (August 2006). "Personal Learning Environments".http://octette.cs.man.ac.uk/jitt/index.php/Personal_Learning_Environments. Retrieved 2006-08-24.