The People in Your Neighborhood: Constructing a Learning Network that works for you
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  • How have you cultivated discussion recently?\n\nText or Tweet - 3037206269 #dpsk12\n
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  • Who supports your learning in-building or outside of it?\n\nTweet or Text - 3037206269 #dpsk12\n
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The People in Your Neighborhood: Constructing a Learning Network that works for you Presentation Transcript

  • 1. DO NOT Turn off your cellphones for this session.If you have a laptop, use it.
  • 2. This is not a presentation.This is a conversation.
  • 3. Tweet #dpsk12 or text 3037206269with #dpsk12 in the message. Post questions, ideas, responses and resources.
  • 4. Pause for awkward initial text messages and “hello world” tweets.
  • 5. The people in your neighborhood: Constructing a learningnetwork that works for you. Ben Wilkoff 02.16.2011
  • 6. Why do we need alearning network?
  • 7. People give continually, resources give once.
  • 8. Email is not a network.
  • 9. Discussion doesn’t just happen. It must be cultivated.
  • 10. Community requires a space.
  • 11. Who needs to be in your Learning Network?
  • 12. People that Challenge You
  • 13. People that support you.
  • 14. People that will collaborate with you.
  • 15. People who will tell you stories and help you tell your own stories.
  • 16. What is worth sharing?
  • 17. Captured Learning
  • 18. Reflected Practice
  • 19. Action Research**Anything going on in a classroom is Action Research.
  • 20. Aggregated Resources
  • 21. How do I create my learning network?
  • 22. Choose the Right Space
  • 23. Find groups of people to listen to. Then listen.
  • 24. Join the Conversation
  • 25. Ask Good Questions
  • 26. We need a learning network.
  • 27. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff 303.720.6269http://learningischange.com