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This is a presentation for the ACEC conference in Canberra in 2008. Personal learning networks are critical for successful uptake of web2.0 and its application into the classroom. This presentation …

This is a presentation for the ACEC conference in Canberra in 2008. Personal learning networks are critical for successful uptake of web2.0 and its application into the classroom. This presentation suggests ways to find networks.

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  • 1. 2.0fusion to save confusion Anne Mirtschin, Hawkesdale P12 College,Victoria, Australia
  • 2. Conceptual Age
    • Communicate
    • Connect
    • Creativity
  • 3.
    • I would like for my students
    • become confident, independent and self motivated
    • Take appropriate risks but learn from their experiences
    • be safe from predators and other dangers
    • Be able to become life long learners
    • Enjoy learning about other cultures
    • Reflect an appreciation of different ways
    • Take responsibility for their learning
    • Encourage and support others
    • Experience a range of learning activities
  • 4. POLTS
    • Use stategies that are flexible and responsive to the learning and thinking styles, values, needs and interests of individual learners
    • Capitalise on students’ experience of a technology rich world
    • Develop attitudes, knowledge, skills and process which enable learners to contribute to to and react to change within the community.
  • 5. The importance of PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS
  • 6. Connections
    • keep up with change,
    • allows self directed learning,
    • sense of community beyond all global boundaries
  • 7. Communication
    • Getting help immediately
    • support in times of need
    • find a voice
    • find audience via blog posts
    • expansion of knowledge,
  • 8. Collaboration
    • Sharing ideas, tips, strategies
    • establish global projects
    • gaining experience
    • expansion of knowledge
    • skill building
  • 9.
    • Get your network started with some
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Mmmmmm, yummmy, DELICIOUS!
    • http://www.delicious.com
    • Saving favourites online rather than in your browser
    • Access from any computer with internet
    • Looking at other people’s favourites and creating a network.
    • http://www.delicious.com/technolote
    • Classroom20.com tips
  • 10. Diigo
  • 11. .....Blogging.....
  • 12. Sections to a blog
    • Posts
    • Pages
    • Categories
    • Tags
    • Widgets – clustr maps, delicious links
    • Blogroll
    • comments
  • 13. The power of comments!!!
    • H eatherb http://heatherb.globalstudent.org.au/ | [email_address] | 203.214.92.148
    • What wonderful photographs Ann. I loved visiting your backyard and noticed just how green everything is now and how full all the dams are. Having seen it all looking parched just a few months ago I fully appreciated the transformation that had taken place
    • [email_address] | 207.200.116.71
    • This is so interesting. I especially like how you and your neighbors help each other. What a better world this would be if everyone did this. And I love the picture of your Maggie and Fergus!
    • Anita Marie
    • My Backyard is Seattle Washington- and it’s in everything I write. Nothing has inspired me more. I can see you all feel the same way too. Pretty great, isn’t it? Anita Marie
    • Lori
    • I seem to end up visiting many volcanoes– Mt. St. Helens, Kilauea, Lassen, Yellowstone– now I have one more to add to the list– Mt. Rouse!
    • From Mt Rouse Volcano Discovery Centre , 2007/08/29 at 5:46 AM
    •  
  • 14.
    • travellr [email_address] | 136.173.162.129
    • our local railway is separated from my house by a road and a field/orchard. After 17 years of living so close my nights are no longer punctuated by the sound of passing trains but on still day I can hear the sound of the road crossing barrier warnings. Far from hating the sound of trains, I think the sound of their passage is comforting
    • I am an Australian living in Qatar in the Middle East and was scrolling down the posts and found a picture of a plate of HOME BAKED Anzac biscuits. “What a horrible tease!!!” I began thinking until I scrolled a little further and the recipe was there as well!!! I can TASTE them just by looking at the picture…. and now I can go home and make a batch.
  • 15. Steph’s independent post prompt I’ll ask the world a question (that’s you) and you answer it whats your favorite movie and why?
  • 16.
    • So wrote a grade 5 girl, independently, as her own post prompt
    • 15 replies from countries including the UK, Israel, NZ and USA
  • 17. Some of the comments
    • G’day Steph. I am in Tasmania and have a class blog as well http://wyatt67.edublogs.org Now to answer your question - my favourite movie would have to be “The Sound of Music” because I like Julie Andrews as an actress and I also love the songs in the movie. The storyline is also great.
    •    Riptide Furse // Jul 31st 2008 at 6:42 am
    • I have many favorite movies. One of them is The Pistol: Birth of a Legend. Although the title makes it sound like a violent movie it isn’t about guns. It’s about achieving your dreams. It is the true life story of “Pistol” Pete Maravich. He is one of the best basketball players ever. The movie follows him on his journey to becoming a pro basketball player and how he overcame so many obstacles by practicing and keeping focused on what he wanted.
    •    Lisa Thumann // Jul 31st 2008 at 6:48 am
    • I like a lot of movies. But I love The “Shawshank Redemption”. Tim Robbin’s character, Andy, proves to me again and again that if it’s important to you - it’s worth fighting for.
    • I also happen to love Morgan Freeman’s voice, so the fact that he is the narrator is an added bonus.
    • See http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/ for more information about the movie.
    •  
  • 18. Clustrmap post
    • My poor little map, you started to break out in spots
    • Then I realised they that they were in fact good dots,
    • Somone was actually visiting me
    • So I started writing with glee!!
    • Giving you prime spot I  put you right up at the top
    • But now that you are so red, you are at the bottom
    • However, even there you are never forgotten.
    • Frances Manning // July 20, 2008 at 11:59 pm ( edit )
    • I’ve just got hooked on Feedjit. There is a map that can be satellite or a labeled world map that shows the flag of the countries. Lots of features that compliment cluster maps. I’ve found it great for locating countries etc http://feedjit.com/
  • 19. Meeting Ines
  • 20.
    • Thanks, Murcha!
    • I have been honored to translate you. Your post will be great as an exemple of the wide variety of possible activities that blogging with students enable, with the respective benefits both academic and pedagogic. Hopefully students parents will be relieved and enthousiastic about the new horizon their children are about to unveil. Trough translation we keep in the spirit of web2.0, where collaboration and sharing remain prior values, thus enabling beginners to take “on line-life lessons” from veterans and accelerate their own development.
    • Ines
  • 21. Collaboration nation
    • Sharing
    • Cultures
    • Experiences
    • Schools
    • Knowledge
    • Youth
    • Extra curricula
  • 22. Nings
    • www.classroom20.com
  • 23. Wikis
    • Anzacconnection with Teaching Sagittarian
  • 24. www.projectsbyjen.ning.com
  • 25. www.globaleducation.ning.com
  • 26. Tips for twitter
  • 27. 10 Tips
    • Find someone who might be able to jumpstart you with a few people to follow.
    • Look on your favourite blog sites to see if a twitter username or icon is given.
    • Do not expect to part of the fold immediately.
    • Watch and listen so that you get an idea of the proceedings
    • Join the conversation when you can with a prompt or a reply.
    • Explore the site thoroughly. Click on avatars and wander around.
    • Remember that the most popular tweeters may not be interested in following more people.  However it is still useful to read their conversations.
    • Find a level you are comfortable with and move on when ready
    • Once comfortable, be pro-active in seeking more to follow.
    • Take care as it can be extremely addictive!!
  • 28. Flickr - a photo sharing site www.flickr.com
  • 29. 4 continents in 1 classroom....LIVE!!
    • Manila, Phillipines, Hawkesdale, Australia, Boston, USA and Gabrielle, Sth America
    • It was a wonderful experience for my students for their voices to be heard in Australia, Boston and Argentina. The boys told my other classes in first year so now they are plotting to have a rebellion if they too will not be given a chance to experience the virtual classroom. I have no choiceA but to ask all 8 sections to prepare a powerpoint presentation and when the opportunity arise any day they should be ready.We have lots of pictures to show to you. We want also to see pictures of your students and whatever activities in school or outside they are involved in. The boys would love to know more what life is in Australia as seen through the eyes of their fellow students. Rox from Manila
    •  
    • http://www.jacksonschool.org/webcasts/Manila_Melbourne_9_09_08/
  • 30. A funny thing happened in the classroom...!?!
  • 31. My Personal Learning Networks
  • 32. So......where to start!!!
    • Open a delicious account
    • Read others people’s blogs and start leaving comments
    • Start a blog
    • Lurk in twitter for a while, but if confident, jump straight in.
    • Open an RSS or use a reader eg google
    • Do not be frightened to ask ‘dumb’ questions.
    • Join in a global project
  • 33. And there is more.....
    • Join a mailing list
    • Attend conferences online or in person
    • Join in online professional development sessions (eg knowledge bank)
    • WOW
    • Edtech weekly
    • Do not underestimate your fellow staff members
  • 34. Some easy projects
    • day in a Sentence
    • photoFridays
    • projectsbyjen
  • 35. How to learn more
    • commoncraft videos
    • www.classroom20.com or local nings
    • edNa
    • Teacher mailing lists
    • youtube and teachertube
    • Online pds
    • Edtechtalk
    • WOW (women of the web)
    • Twitter
    • Read blogs
  • 36. Contact me
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • Twitter id: murcha
    • Skype: anne.mirtschin
    • Nb I still have my ‘L’ plates
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