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The Networked Educator
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The Networked Educator

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Clint Hamada & Keri-Lee Beasley shared this presentation at the IB AP Conference in Singapore on March 16th 2012. …

Clint Hamada & Keri-Lee Beasley shared this presentation at the IB AP Conference in Singapore on March 16th 2012.

It provides ideas for teachers getting started in building their own Personal Learning Network (PLN).

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  • Link to online resources
  • How to get hold of us
  • Handout - jot down some ideas you have to take action on as we go through. Link to handout: http://goo.gl/40ccv
  • Survey room with series of questions about Social Networking/Learning beliefs etc
  • Have a brief chat with somebody around you: most surprising question/answer?
  • What better way to talk about Prof Learning Networks than to reach out to our own PLNs. We’d like to share with you 4 responses to a little questionnaire we sent out a few weeks back. We feel these 4 are a good representative sample, as they show PYP/MYP/DP classroom teachers and a Tech Director - which we hope shows that developing a PLN will be beneficial to all educators. We’ve asked them to help highlight some of the benefits of being a networked educator; To put it another way, how is being a networked educator helping to make them smarter?
  • “ As knowledge becomes networked, the smartest person in the room isn’t the person standing at the front lecturing us, and isn’t the collective wisdom of those in the room. The smartest person in the room is the room itself: the network that joins the people and ideas in the room, and connects to those outside of it. It’s not that the network is becoming a conscious super-brain. Rather, knowledge is becoming inextricable from—literally unthinkable without—the network that enables it. Our task is to learn how to build smart rooms—that is, how to build networks that make us smarter, especially since, when done badly, networks can make us distressingly stupider.” - David Weinberger
  • These are the top tools in order, represented by our little survey. As we only have an hour, we’ll briefly show you the benefits of: Twitter RSS Diigo (social bookmarking)
  • Facebook; instagram; linkedin; (if time)
  • Grow your own PLN!
  • As lifelong learners, connected and networked learners, we have the opportunity to model and embody the attributes of the learner profile. What can we do to take action?
  • Low hanging fruit
  • Link to handout http://goo.gl/40ccv
  • Learning 2.0 plug?
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    • 1. The Networked Educator IB Asia Pacific Regional Conference March 2012
    • 2. resourcesbit.ly/IBnetworked
    • 3. Clint Hamada United Nations International School of Hanoi MSHS Technology Facilitator Twitter: @chamada Blog: http://blog.misterhamada.com Email: clint.hamada@gmail.com Keri-Lee BeasleyUnited World College of South-East Asia Digital Literacy Coach Twitter: @klbeasley Blog: http://kerileebeasley.com Email: kerileebeasley@gmail.com
    • 4. CreateUrgency
    • 5. Stand up if you believe in lifelong learning.http://www.flickr.com/photos/zitona/4053097146/in/photostream/
    • 6. Stand up if you regularly use social networking for personaluse.Stay standing if you use social networking for professionaluse.Stay standing if you’ve used social networking to learnsomething new in the past week. 7
    • 7. Stand up if you use social networking for personal use.Stay standing if you use social networking for professionaluse.Stay standing if you’ve used social networking to learnsomething new in the past week. 8
    • 8. Stand up if you use social networking for personal use.Stay standing if you use social networking for professionaluse.Stay standing if you’ve used social networking to learnsomething new in the past week.
    • 9. http://www.flickr.com/photos/28548387@N00/556656621Stand up if you feel like you don’t have enough time.Stay standing if you have a network of people who help youfilter this information.
    • 10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/28548387@N00/556656621Stand up if you feel like you don’t have enough time.Stay standing if you have a network of people who help youfilter this information.
    • 11. http://www.flickr.com/photos/48600090482@N01/3088778613
    • 12. http://www.flickr.com/photos/48600090482@N01/3088778613
    • 13. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby/1584818205/ Stand up if you believe in collaborative learning. Stay standing if you have participated in online collaborative learning environments in the past month.
    • 14. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby/1584818205/ Stand up if you believe in collaborative learning. Stay standing if you have participated in online collaborative learning environments in the past month.
    • 15. ModelBehaviour
    • 16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/26454479@N06/3354829620
    • 17. Edna Sackson Teaching & Learning Coordinator@whatedsaid Mt Scopus College “ Connecting with other educators via social media has been the best professional learning in my thirty plus years in education. The growth is immeasurable and I think teachers not connecting in this way are falling behind in their learning.”
    • 18. Ted Cowan Head of Grade10, Math Teacher@tedcowan7 UWCSEA “You quickly see developments/updates in education.  Ive expanded my learning network to become worldwide. Some of these have connections have become social contacts as well.”
    • 19. Paula Guinto Language A English Teacher Y 7&8 The Beacon School@paulaguinto “What we personally hold true and dear and important is what will define our pedagogy. Its hard to separate being a networked individual/human from being a networked educator. The personal bleeds into the professional and that should be okay.”
    • 20. Jessica Allen Director of Technology@jessievaz12 Santiago College“...it brings the best ideas from around the world in onecommon area for everyone to share and exchange.It provides a context for teachers to grow professionally aswell as grow their profession into something that can affectchange in education around the world.”
    • 21. The Tools
    • 22. ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo by mvcorks: http://flickr.com/photos/mvcorks/2448952861/
    • 23. Take Action
    • 24. Effort v Impacthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/randysonofrobert/347327376/in/photostream/
    • 25. 1. Join Twitter• Start blogging
    • 26. 1. Join Twitter• Start blogging 1
    • 27. 1. Join Twitter• Start blogging 1 2
    • 28. FinalThought
    • 29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rcsj/2915742721/in/photostream/
    • 30. Clint Hamada United Nations International School of Hanoi MSHS Technology Facilitator Twitter: @chamada Blog: http://blog.misterhamada.com Email: clint.hamada@gmail.com Keri-Lee BeasleyUnited World College of South-East Asia Digital Literacy Coach Twitter: @klbeasley Blog: http://kerileebeasley.com Email: kerileebeasley@gmail.com
    • 31. Image creditsBook and Flower: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zitona/4053097146/in/photostream/Web2.0: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7363465@N08/3925513417In Search of Lost Time: http://www.flickr.com/photos/28548387@N00/556656621Brilliant Reflections: http://www.flickr.com/photos/48600090482@N01/3088778613Heave Ho: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby/1584818205/Winter Oranges: http://www.flickr.com/photos/randysonofrobert/347327376/in/photostream/Icons: www.iconarchive.com

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