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PLE-Centered Education: The Next Boundary. Perceptions and Realities Behind Students Personal Learning Environments

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In this paper the authors discuss the results and implications of research regarding the building and perception of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) that they developed in the last four years. …

In this paper the authors discuss the results and implications of research regarding the building and perception of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) that they developed in the last four years. In addition, the authors discuss the next step of this research; the public funding project CAPPLE, on which they are currently working.

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  • 1. Perceptions and Realities Behind Students’ Personal Learning Environments Paz Prendes & Linda Castañeda GITE - University of Murcia Spain
  • 2. Group of Research in Educational Technology University of Murcia http://www.um.es/gite
  • 3. Population: 25.000 Sample: 1500 Spanish Senior Students
  • 4. The description and the prospective analysis, both technically and functional, of personal learning environments (PLEs) of the Spanish future professionals in all areas of knowledge. CAPPLE Project http://www.um.es/ple/?lang=en
  • 5. Personal Learning Environment
  • 6. PLE -2001 NIMLE Project (Northem Ireland -JISC founded) Technological term Evolution of LMS Enphasizing on Technologies Web 2.0
  • 7. PL Personal Learning ENVIRONMENT
  • 8. Just about the environment? where” the CRUCIAL question? Is “
  • 9. A NEW approach for understanding the learning process
  • 10. “A set of tools, mechanisms, data sources, connections and activities (experiences) that each person uses habitually to learn" Adell & Castañeda, 2010
  • 11. P E Personal LEARNING Environment
  • 12. We already got it?… so What else?
  • 13. PLE is the environment in which we learn using efficiently the available technologies
  • 14. Research PLE Teaching Education purpose Basics of Learning: • Why • What • How • Whith whom
  • 15. Perceptions and Realities Behind Students’ Personal Learning Environments Paz Prendes & Linda Castañeda GITE - University of Murcia Spain
  • 16. Nothing finished, some ideas to discuss… Image: 'Classroom Sign: The Mess' http://www.flickr.com/photos/28430474@N05/6002252651
  • 17. Defining PLE
  • 18. “A set of tools, mechanisms, data sources, connections and activities (experiences) that each person uses habitually to learn" Adell & Castañeda, 2010
  • 19. Tools: newletters, blogs, video channels, list of RSS, etc.. Personal Learning Environment PLE Reading /Accessing to information Mechanisms: searching, curiosity, initiative, etc.. Activities: lectures, reading, review of headlines, audiovisual viewing. Tools: blogs, notebook, video channel, publishing site visual presentations, website Doing / Reflecting Mechanisms: synthesis, reflection, organization, structure, etc.. Activities: creation of a working agenda, making a concept map, posting a video of their own, etc.. Tools: social software, monitoring network activity, social network sites. In general all the tools underlyed by a social network. Sharing: Personal Learning Network (PLN) Mechanisms: assertiveness, consensus, dialogue, decision, etc.. Activities: meetings, meetings, forums, discussions, conferences, etc.. PLE Components Castañeda & Adell, 2013
  • 20. Personal Learning Environment PLE Reading /Accessing to information Doing / Reflecting Sharing: Personal Learning Network (PLN) Tools: social software, monitoring network activity, social network sites. In general all the tools underlyed by a social network. Mechanisms: assertiveness, consensus, dialogue, decision, etc.. Activities: meetings, meetings, forums, discussions, conferences, etc.. PLE Components Castañeda & Adell, 2013
  • 21. Castañeda, L. y Adell, J. (eds.). (2013). Entornos personales de aprendizaje: claves para el ecosistema educativo en red. Alcoy: Marfil. www.um.es/ple/libro
  • 22. First approach iCamp Project PLEs in Action
  • 23. www.icamp.eu Castañeda, L & Sánchez, M.M. (2009). Entornos e-learning para la enseñanza superior: entre lo institucional y lo personalizado. In Pixel Bit 35, 175-191. ISSN:11338482. Retrieved From http://www.sav.us.es/pixelbit/pixelbit/articulos/n35/14.pdf
  • 24. Patchworking PLEs PLEs in Action
  • 25. Students appreciate new ways of developing their tasks and their course work Learning = acquiring information– memorizing Students, when arriving at university, NO ICT tools for learning Opportunities for Independency, collaboration and self-importance No Learning as complex, lack of learning understanding Castañeda, L. & Soto, F.J. (2010). Building Personal Learning Environments by using and mixing ICT tools in a professional way. In Digital Educational Review 18, 9-25 Retrieved From http://greav.ub.edu/der/index.php/der/article/view/163/302
  • 26. PLN as the core of PLE Looking at twitter PLEs in Action
  • 27. more evidences of “social learning” than for “personal learning” Castañeda, L. Costa, C. & Torres-Kompen, R. (2011). The Madhouse of ideas: stories about networking and learning with twitter. pp. 1-13. In Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2011, 10th - 12th July 2011, Southampton, UK. Retrieved From http://journal.webscience.org/550/
  • 28. Social learning is supported by Personal Learning Networks as structures, crucial parts of PLEs Castañeda, L. Costa, C. & Torres-Kompen, R. (2011). The Madhouse of ideas: stories about networking and learning with twitter. pp. 1-13. In Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2011, 10th - 12th July 2011, Southampton, UK. Retrieved From http://journal.webscience.org/550/
  • 29. Learning processes Behind PLEs PLEs in Action
  • 30. http://teachweb2.blogspot.com.es/2010/01/personal-learning-environments-student.html
  • 31. Mind Maps (“mental processes”) Analysis by Group General Analysis 3 basic learning components Related with any Technology? ? Castañeda, L. & Adell, J. (2012). Future Teachers Looking for their PLEs: the Personalized Learning Process Behind it all. En Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2012, 11th to 13th of July of 2012, Aveiro, Portugal. ISSN: 2182-8229. Retrieved From http://revistas.ua.pt/index.php/ple/article/view/1440
  • 32. General Analys 3 basic learning co • Tech and Not Tech Supported • Mutually complementary • Pedagogical Approach • Hard Tech Based • Learning implies: First recover info –from an expert-, Do something and Finally you show it to others • Metacognition is NOT perceived as a learning process Castañeda, L. & Adell, J. (2012). Future Teachers Looking for their PLEs: the Personalized Learning Process Behind it all. En Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2012, 11th to 13th of July of 2012, Aveiro, Portugal. ISSN: 2182-8229. Retrieved From http://revistas.ua.pt/index.php/ple/article/view/1440
  • 33. Nowadays… PLEs in Action
  • 34. PLEs in Action
  • 35. The description and the prospective analysis, both technically and functional, of personal learning environments (PLEs) of the Spanish future professionals in all areas of knowledge. CAPPLE Project http://www.um.es/ple/?lang=en
  • 36. PHASE 1. Design and validation of instruments for collecting information on PLEs and clarifying of the data collection strategy. PHASE 2. Information collection and analysis of data on PLEs. National sample of last year university' students from all areas of knowledge. PHASE 4. Analysis and exploration of educational and institutional implications of the results. Practical proposals for institutional's pedagogical and organizational developments. PHASE 3. Creation and development of PLEs diagrammer and descriptive and comparative analysis of underlying PLEs models found in the data.
  • 37. Personal Learning Environment
  • 38. If the PLE involve learning to learn with technology, integrate PLEs in education would contribute to develop essential skills in a complex and changing world as ours… Castañeda & Adell, 2013
  • 39. Perceptions and Realities Behind Students’ Personal Learning Environments Paz Prendes & Linda Castañeda GITE - University of Murcia Spain Linda Castañeda <lindacq@um.es> Grupo de Investigación de Tecnología Educativa Universidad de Murcia <http://www.lindacastaneda.com> Twitter, Flickr, youtube, slideshare: lindacq