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Personal Learing Environments For Lifelong Learning

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Dan Stuart's view of online education and translating formal learning activities into a way of structuring your personal online interests, interactions and engagements was another way of looking at …

Dan Stuart's view of online education and translating formal learning activities into a way of structuring your personal online interests, interactions and engagements was another way of looking at stuff that I, for one, do 'organically' - but he tied together these things in a way I hadn't thought about. For that, alone, I found his talk worthwhile.

From http://fakeplasticsouks.blogspot.com/2009/12/geekfest-and-beirut.html

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  • 1.
  • 2. Agree on terms...
  • 3. School?
  • 4. Learning?
  • 5. E-Learning?
  • 6. …E-learning as a department store
  • 7. Learning Management Systems
    software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning programs, and training content – like an CorpTraining-ERP
  • 8. Virtual Learning Environments
    focused on the development, management and publishing of the content that will typically be delivered via an LMS
    features in these systems include wikis, blogs, RSS and 3D virtual learning spaces
  • 9. They curate,
    so why not curate your own learning?
  • 10. …E-learning as a high street
  • 11. Personal Learning Environments
    shape your own learning spaces, to form and join communities and to create, consume, remix, and share material
  • 12. Personal Learning Environments
    set your own learning goals, manage your learning
    managing both content and process, communicate with others in the process of learning, and thereby achieve learning goals
  • 13. Personal Learning Environments
    requires a social context by offering means to connect with other personal spaces for effective knowledge sharing and collaborative knowledge creation
  • 14. Jafari Model
  • 15. PLEX Project
  • 16. Elgg – PLE?
  • 17. So what?
  • 18. Learning?
  • 19. Social Media?
  • 20. Noise?
  • 21. Too much frakingnoise in frakingsocial media that I can’t frakinglearn anything?
  • 22. Try this...
  • 23.
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  • 26.
  • 27. Your own Personal Learning Environment:
    Use current social sites
    Mix in some more - discover
    Self-cast, listen and learn
    Record micro-learnings
    Reflect and document learnings
    Document achievements
    You win: you learn
    We win: you add (meaningfully) to the knowledge collective
  • 28. @danstuartdanstuart.me