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Overview of PLN's and their role in 21st century professional development.

Overview of PLN's and their role in 21st century professional development.

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  • 1. Professional Learning Networks
  • 2. Where do your teachers learn?
  • 3. Professional Development??? Working with colleagues??? Scholarly journals???
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  • 6. Connectivism (Siemens) • Knowledge exists in the multiple connections we make • Weak connections vs. strong connections
  • 7. RSS
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  • 9. RSS • Real Simple Syndication • Rich Site Summary
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  • 11. Push Vs. Pull
  • 12. 1) Set up an account 2) Click on the “subscribe” icon 3) Click to “subscribe now” 4) Read your subscriptions
  • 13. What can Orange do for you?
  • 14. You
  • 15. RSS in 21st Century Teaching and Learning
  • 16. From David Parry, University of Albany “ The speed of reading in the age of the digital has changed, and we need to help students navigate this.
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    • Reading on the internet requires two separate skills:
    • The quick analysis to find what is worth reading
    • A switch to slow analysis to carefully consider what has been found.
  • 18. “ What RSS does is allow students to make this distinction, to receive content as "bits" easy to scan, and then to select what they want to read.”
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  • 23. “ writing for the web is a matter of continuous conversation rather than static paper design.”

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