Personal Learning Environments Graham Attwell Congreso E-Duca 2011
Web era 'more tumultuous than any previous economic or social revolution
 
Learning is moving outside the institutions
We are learning in multiple places and multiple contexts
Challenging  expert knowledge
Our schooling systems are based on the  first industrial revolution s
teaching timekeeping, obedience, neatness, tidiness, cleanliness and…….
above all, homogeneity
The schooling system has evolved as a media ecology specific to the age of the past and separated from the media saturated...
The internet allows the  development of  personal learning pathways  and collaborative knowledge development
The use of educational technology has replicated traditional learning arrangements
How do we learn in a media saturated world?
Young people are using the internet for creating and sharing
Bricolage - (Levi Strauss)
Social networking facilitates knowledge exchange and reflection
The main use of social networks by  young people is for learning
Mobile devices are spreading learning into new contexts
PLEs are a collection of tools, loosely coupled,  for working, learning and collaboration
creating, exploring and transversing boundary objects
social learning is constructed from conversations and participation within a CoP
From digital literacies to critical literacies giulia.forsythe
Ivan Illich Universal education through schooling is not feasible. educational webs ...heighten the opportunity for each o...
"Education makes sense because women and men learn that through learning they can make and remake themselves, because...
Open education Open Educational Resources
Open and linked data Open and Linked Data
shared knowledge in communities of practice
Massive Open Online Courses Massive Open Online Courses
PLEs and PLNs
learning embedded in  every day life
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PLEs are spaces in which we interact and communicate - with the ultimate goal of learning and developing collective know-how
Searching for information  and knowledge
Aggregate and scaffold information and knowledge
Manipulate, rearrange and repurpose knowledge artefacts
Analyse information to develop knowledge
Reflect, question, challenge, seek clarification, form and defend opinions
Present ideas, learning and knowledge in different ways
Represent and re-render underpinning knowledge structures
Share by supporting others in their learning
Network through a collaborative learning environment
PLEs promote learner autonomy and control as learning takes place in multiple spaces and contexts
Learning interactions take place in a social environment
The Zone of Proximal Development - the distance between what we know and are able to do now and what we could know and do ...
Learning is linked to performance in practice
PLEs form part of an expanded learning environment
We have divergent discourses about learning
A discourse of imagination, play, exploration. sharing, multimedia
attainment targets, measuring A discourse of targets, standards, testing and inspection
 
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Graham Attwell: Por qué los entornos personales de aprendizaje (PLE)

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Presentación que utilizó Graham Attell, Researcher working for Pontydysgu in Pontypridd , para impartir su videoconferencia del 30 de junio en el Congreso E-DUCA 2011: PLE, celebrado en el CITA del 30 de junio al 2 de julio.

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Graham Attwell: Por qué los entornos personales de aprendizaje (PLE)

  1. 1. Personal Learning Environments Graham Attwell Congreso E-Duca 2011
  2. 2. Web era 'more tumultuous than any previous economic or social revolution
  3. 4. Learning is moving outside the institutions
  4. 5. We are learning in multiple places and multiple contexts
  5. 6. Challenging expert knowledge
  6. 7. Our schooling systems are based on the first industrial revolution s
  7. 8. teaching timekeeping, obedience, neatness, tidiness, cleanliness and…….
  8. 9. above all, homogeneity
  9. 10. The schooling system has evolved as a media ecology specific to the age of the past and separated from the media saturated life world
  10. 11. The internet allows the development of personal learning pathways and collaborative knowledge development
  11. 12. The use of educational technology has replicated traditional learning arrangements
  12. 13. How do we learn in a media saturated world?
  13. 14. Young people are using the internet for creating and sharing
  14. 15. Bricolage - (Levi Strauss)
  15. 16. Social networking facilitates knowledge exchange and reflection
  16. 17. The main use of social networks by young people is for learning
  17. 18. Mobile devices are spreading learning into new contexts
  18. 19. PLEs are a collection of tools, loosely coupled, for working, learning and collaboration
  19. 20. creating, exploring and transversing boundary objects
  20. 21. social learning is constructed from conversations and participation within a CoP
  21. 22. From digital literacies to critical literacies giulia.forsythe
  22. 23. Ivan Illich Universal education through schooling is not feasible. educational webs ...heighten the opportunity for each one to transform each moment of his living into one of learning, sharing, and caring Schools are not (as commonly perceived) a 'dependent variable' within society. They are the reproductive organ of a consumer society
  23. 24. "Education makes sense because women and men learn that through learning they can make and remake themselves, because women and men are able to take responsibility for themselves as beings capable of knowing — of knowing that they know and knowing that they don't" “ Education must begin with the solution of the teacher-student contradiction, by reconciling the poles of the contradiction so that both are simultaneously students and teachers” Friere
  24. 25. Open education Open Educational Resources
  25. 26. Open and linked data Open and Linked Data
  26. 27. shared knowledge in communities of practice
  27. 28. Massive Open Online Courses Massive Open Online Courses
  28. 29. PLEs and PLNs
  29. 30. learning embedded in every day life
  30. 32.
  31. 39. PLEs are spaces in which we interact and communicate - with the ultimate goal of learning and developing collective know-how
  32. 40. Searching for information and knowledge
  33. 41. Aggregate and scaffold information and knowledge
  34. 42. Manipulate, rearrange and repurpose knowledge artefacts
  35. 43. Analyse information to develop knowledge
  36. 44. Reflect, question, challenge, seek clarification, form and defend opinions
  37. 45. Present ideas, learning and knowledge in different ways
  38. 46. Represent and re-render underpinning knowledge structures
  39. 47. Share by supporting others in their learning
  40. 48. Network through a collaborative learning environment
  41. 49. PLEs promote learner autonomy and control as learning takes place in multiple spaces and contexts
  42. 50. Learning interactions take place in a social environment
  43. 51. The Zone of Proximal Development - the distance between what we know and are able to do now and what we could know and do with the help of a Significantly Knowledgeable Other
  44. 52. Learning is linked to performance in practice
  45. 53. PLEs form part of an expanded learning environment
  46. 54. We have divergent discourses about learning
  47. 55. A discourse of imagination, play, exploration. sharing, multimedia
  48. 56. attainment targets, measuring A discourse of targets, standards, testing and inspection
  49. 58. Thank you for watching www.pontydysgu.org
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