Building a PLN

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This concept of a PLN has been around for many years. What has changed in recent years though is the reach, the size and the availability of that network. Your PLN is no longer tied to your zip code and you no longer work in isolation. Collaboration no longer just means to work with a colleague in your building. You are able to connect to educators from around the world who are ready and willing to teach beyond the walls of their own classroom.
Your PLN is customized as:
• it filters the vast information available and pushes what interests you
• you choose who is part of your network
• you decide when and how to access and use it
Learning how to build your own PLN is:
• a 21st century skill
• learning about tools that enable your to make these connections
• being in charge of your own Professional Development
• connecting to educators who will contribute to your learning
• extending your learning
• receiving “just in time” learning and help
• becoming globally aware
• sharing your own best practices
• experiencing the power of 21st century learning for yourself
• filtering through “too much” available information

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Building a PLN

  1. Building a PLN Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches
  2. Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Network
  3. Why? How? Tips! Personal Learning Network
  4. Why? Personal Learning Network
  5. Inspiration Support Experience ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyMasondan http://www.flickr.com/photos/masondan/8904114591/ Resources
  6. Anytime
  7. Sharing The Ethics ofmoral imperative Dean Shareksi & Darren Kuroptawa ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyBenGrey http://www.flickr.com/photos/ben_grey/4582294721/
  8. Conversation that used to happen at the Water Cooler ...
  9. ...happens nowon TwitterBlogs &
  10. Conversation has gone Global
  11. Global Learningnot a one-time project PedagogyAs a
  12. Redefine Learning Not About the Action, but about the Impact! Becky Fisher ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyLeeD’Angelo https://www.flickr.com/photos/xfile001/
  13. “How we connect SteveWilmarthinCurriculum21(ASCD2010)byHeidiHayesJacobs ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyDaveKleinSchmidt https://www.flickr.com/photos/dklein/3393791476/ how learningoccurs” witheachother determines
  14. Why aPLN Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ?
  15. Know? Did you
  16. Build a PLN Helping Your Students
  17. How? Personal Learning Network
  18. Share it Read it Feel it
  19. you need the right tools and friends
  20. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kopp0041/3064309164 Join the Conversation Create an Account
  21. Name @username 160  Characters  Descrip5on Fill out your Profile ! loca5on link
  22. Who should I follow ?
  23. Choose whom tofollow http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaythaney/5995296229/
  24. Be selective to match your Interests
  25. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lionsthlm/7584256504/ Yes,youcan blocksomeone
  26. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kopp0041/3064305720/ Find one person and see... Who they follow...
  27. Pay Attention to Listsyourfavorite Twitterer belongs to
  28. ListsTwitter
  29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kopp0041/3063469931/in Links Articles Resources Quotes Annotations Added Value Questions Answers Push Out
  30. StatsTwitter
  31. Filter It is not Information Overload it is Clay Shirky Failure
  32. h9p://www.flickr.com/photos/verbeeldingskr8/3638834128/ Filter! Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Tweets Quality Information Resources AreaofInterest Provocative MotivatingInspiring Conversation
  33. Join and engage in Conversation
  34. Give morethan you take
  35. TwitterClient http://www.flickr.com/photos/kopp0041/3063470861 T-ReTweet @-mention #-hashtag DM-DirectMessage TwitPic URLShortener Twitterer tweet witterver tweeted TwitterVocabulary
  36. Too manyConversations
  37. #Hashtags Tweetstogetherforyou! Hold
  38. Who are you going to follow?
  39. Tips! Personal Learning Network
  40. Let’s Paper Tweet
  41. Twitter Package 10 Sticky Notes Pen Name Tag DM Envelopes Idea by Kelly Tenkely- http://ilearntechnology.com/?p=3828
  42. It’s Personal
  43. Nurture
  44. Answer Shout From others ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyLooking4Poetry http://www.flickr.com/photos/looking4poetry/253074522/ outs
  45. FilterOrganize and
  46. Can you ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyPatrick https://www.flickr.com/photos/fionnmccueil/
  47. Share & Disseminate
  48. Weed & Prune ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbySunchild57 http://www.flickr.com/photos/francescarter/
  49. Conferences
  50. http://www.langwitches.org/twitter/ Curation
  51. Collaboration ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyEnShahi https://www.flickr.com/photos/shahdi/5210439036/
  52. Filter System ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyAndre http://www.flickr.com/photos/icatus/3611701142/
  53. JustInTime ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyTonyMartinez http://www.flickr.com/photos/elbuco/3074226867/
  54. Relationships
  55. Success & Failure Resources ! Sharing Good & Bad days Links ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyJoshHarper http://www.flickr.com/photos/furiousgeorge81/177926979/
  56. Push Image licensed under Creative Commons by Tim http://www.flickr.com/photos/theclevelandkid24/4423429985/ ing your
  57. Traffic Leave a comment collaborate check out my site
  58. Global Perspective & Audience ImagelicensedunderCreativeCommonsbyMainstream http://www.flickr.com/photos/gomainstream/9841402036/
  59. Jobs
  60. Digital Footprint Branding Portfolio
  61. Tweet Studentswith your
  62. Twitter Policy & Rationale
  63. Skills&Literacie
  64. K-2Twitter Checklist
  65. Classroom LearnAboutTwitter inthe
  66. Under 13? Witha Classroom Account
  67. Communication
  68. Discussions
  69. Documentation
  70. Curation
  71. watch http://edudemic.com/2012/03/25-ways-to-use-twitter-in-the-classroom-by-degree-of-difficulty/ talk produce by Terry Heick Twitter Spectrum
  72. Infographic
  73. CreateD Account- Chose Appropriate and Meaningful Username Uploaded an Avatar Included Descriptive Profile Description Keeping an Eye (Allow/Follow Back/Block) on the Users Following Me Followed a #Hashtag Tweeted a Resource Tweeted a Link with Description and added Value Included a #Hashtag in a Tweet Chose Quality people to Follow (Lists, Followers, #Hashtags) Answered someone else's Question @mentioned someone else to catch their Attention and/Or pointED them to a Resource Included an Image in a Tweet RT- Re-Tweeted someone Else's Tweet RT- Re-Tweeted someone Else's Tweet AND Added Value Participated in a Chat Asked a Question Did not Lock my Account Chose Quality people to Follow (Word of Mouth, @mentions, Blogs, WEbsites, Ads) Documented & Shared Live Learning Recognized a Spam Tweet or Hacker Tweet Sent a DM (Direct Message) ruReady4Twitter Checklist
  74. http://twitter.com/langwitches
  75. h9p://twi9er.com/heidihayesjacob
  76. h9p://twi9er.com/fisher1000
  77. h9p://twi9er.com/mumbaimaggie
  78. h9p://twi9er.com/braddo
  79. h9p://www.twi9er.com/smenegh
  80. h9p://twi9er.com/ddmeyer
  81. h9p://twi9er.com/rmbyrne
  82. h9p://twi9er.com/NMHS_Principal/
  83. h9p://twi9er.com/edtechworkshop
  84. h9p://www.twi9er.com/lindayollis

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