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Personal lerning environment

  1. 1. PERSONALLERNINGENVIRONMENT
  2. 2. UNDERSTANDING PERSONALLEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  3. 3. • “Personal LearningEnvironments (PLE) are systemsthat help learners take control ofand manage their own learning”Marc Boots-Ebenfield , 2009
  4. 4. • These systems includeproviding learners withsupport to:
  5. 5. 1. Set goals for their ownlearning
  6. 6. 2.Manage their leaning
  7. 7. 3. Communicate with others in theprocessing of learning.
  8. 8. • “Personal Learning Environments - areconcept based on Web 2 .0 and socialsoftware” (Atwell, 2007)• They includeWeb technologies like blogs,wikis, Facebook, twitter, etc.
  9. 9. • Another definition given by (Lubensky, 2006)points a “PLE as a facility for an individual toaccess, aggregate, configure and manipulatedigital artefacts of their on-going learningexperiencesDEFINITION CONT…
  10. 10. OTHER DEFINITIONS OF PLE• The idea behind a PLE is discussed in(Attwell, 2007): a PLE comes to recognizethat learning is a continuing process andseeks to provide tools that are going to beable support that learning.
  11. 11. • PLE recognizes the role of theindividual in organizing his or herown learning, to point that learningwill take place in different settingsand situations and provided bymultiple learning providers
  12. 12. from the definitions one candeduce the function of PLEas…
  13. 13. ManaginginformationGeneratingcontentConnectingwith othersCommunication withothers(dialogue)Sharingwithothers(exchange)LearningRecordingand sharingachievement(e-portfolio)ccSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2009
  14. 14. • Create new roles ineducation…FuNCTIONs CONT.…Stephen Downes, 2008
  15. 15. • Learners as creators of knowledgeand learning
  16. 16. • Teachers as mentors, coaches and facilitators ofknowledge
  17. 17. TECHNICALSOCIALPEDAGOGICALZaid Alsagoff, 2012
  18. 18. o TOOLS OVERLOADo Firewall BLOCKINGo ACCESSABILITYo USABILITYTECHNICAL CHALLENGES
  19. 19. • CONTENT OWNERSHIP• CHILD SAFETY• NOT EVERYONE USES TECHNOLOGY• DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLSOCIAL CHALLENGES
  20. 20. • INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN• TEASTING AND ASSESSMENTPEDAGOGICAL CHALLENGES
  21. 21. • No centralised system meets all our learningneeds• There is a need to use a variety of tools tosupport our learning needs• Creating a personal learning environment is alifelong process• Personal learning will be useful in futureCONCLUSION
  22. 22. • Atwell, G. 2009. Personal learning environments• Lubensky, R. (2006).The present and future of Personal LearningEnvironments. Deliberation Blog, retrieved April 29, 2010 fromhttp://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 andthe Future of Higher Education• Downs, S. 2008. Personal learning environments• Zaid Alsagoff. 2012. Empowering personal learning environmentsREFERENCES

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