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EVO PLE&PLN
Daniela Cuccurullo -Letizia Cinganotto - Susan Burg
Mentor: Sandra Rogers

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  • 1. Mentor: Sandra Rogers Moderators: Daniela Cuccurullo – Susan Burg – Letizia Cinganotto PLE and PNE for Lifelong Learning
  • 2. PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT EVOLUTION PROCESS
  • 3. A Personal Learning Environment is more of a concept than a particular toolset - it doesn't require the use of any particular tool and is defined by general concepts like: distributed, personal, open, learner autonomy. These conceptual attributes influence the types of tools individuals select to engage in learning. A Personal Learning Network (or Personal Network Environment)is a structure that reflects relatedness to other people. A PNE is grown by adding new people or connections. A PNE is a reflection of social and information networks . -> towards a definition
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    • Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) refer to the aggregation of single-functionality tools which enable learners greater control over their own learning experience.
    • PLEs are distributed, social and learner-centric and are made-up of a collection of tools, including Web 2.0 technologies, used for working, learning, reflection and collaboration with others.
    What are PLEs?
  • 5. WHY PLEs: PLE’s function
    • Providing support for learners to set their own learning goals
    • manage their learning; managing both content and process
    • communicate with others in the process of learning
  • 6. HOW PLEs: Main features
    • The integration of both formal and informal learning episodes into a single experience
    • the use of social networks that can cross institutional boundaries
    • the use of networking protocols (Peer-to-Peer, web services, syndication) to connect a range of resources and systems within a personally-managed space.
  • 7. From one voice to numerous voices
    • LMS heavily favor the "one expert" voice through the layout of learning materials and resources.
    • PLE do not pre-weigh any particular node of knowledge, dialogue, or information.
    • The voice of an educator is still important, but not primary, as learners may be extending their overall learning through numerous voices.
  • 8. From one tool to numerous tools
    • PLEs enable individual learners to build their own learning network. This learning network plays an important role in learners being able to filter information deluge, connecting with others.
    • PLEs can include fairly basic tools (such as blogs) to more complex structures.
  • 9.
    • “ The amount of content available on the web is staggering. Sifting through the sheer volume of material — good or bad, useful or otherwise — is a daunting task. It is even difficult to keep track of the media posted by a single person, or by oneself. On the other hand, adding to the mix is easier than ever before, thanks to easy-to-use publishing tools for every type and size of media.” (Horizon Report, 2009)
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    • To cope with the problem, computer users are assembling collections of tools, widgets, and services that make it easy to develop and organize dynamic online content.
    • Armed with tools for tagging, aggregating, updating, and keeping track of content, today’s learners create and navigate a web that is increasingly tailored to their own needs and interests: this is the personal web.”
  • 11. To summarize
    • It is easy to create customized, personal web-based environments — a personal web — that explicitly supports one’s social, professional, learning and other activities via highly personalized windows to the networked world.
    • (Horizon Report, 2009)
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  • 13. THEORIES
  • 14. THEORIES Personal Learning Environments integrate both formal and informal learning approaches into a single experience
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    • GEORGE SIEMENS
    • TONY CARRER
    • RON LUBENSKY
    • CHRIS LOTT
    • MOHAMED AMINE CHATTI
    • STEPHEN DOWNES
    THEORIES
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  • 17. PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FRAMEWORK
  • 18. TOOLS
  • 19. TOOLS
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  • 21. MODELS
  • 22. MODELS
  • 23. S. Wheeler
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  • 28. D. Hopkins
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  • 34. MODELS
  • 35. MODELS
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  • 37. MODELS
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  • 39. J. Setzvinger
  • 40. S. Wheeler
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  • 44. (D. Weinberger)
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  • 47. From PLE to PLN
    • Learning the mental discipline to use the thinking tools without losing focus
  • 48. LIFELONG LEARNING COMPETENCIES
    • PLEs are an innovative answer to the “lifelong competence” management approach and represent a challenge as regards understanding, exploring and supporting new learning dimensions.
  • 49. Thank you!