Developing your personal learning network itsc 2011

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  • Developing your personal learning network itsc 2011

    1. 1. Developing Your Personal Learning Network Bud HuntInstructional Technology Coordinator • St.Vrain Valley School District @budtheteacher budtheteacher@gmail.com http://budtheteacher.com
    2. 2. Today’s Agendahttp://bit.ly/itscplnhttp://itscapp.oetc.org
    3. 3. Think of something educationally awesome*. Be prepared to share.*Awesome might mean “neat.” But it might also mean “useful” or “troubling” or “worth more of someone’s time.”
    4. 4. “Anyone can now learn anything from anyone at any time.” “Making things visible and discuss- able.”
    5. 5. • How do we show our work and tell our stories in useful and productive ways?• How are we being purposeful about the behaviors and habits we model? • How do social media practices influence life in the classroom? Outside of the classroom? • Whats worth sharing?  Whats not?  How do you know?
    6. 6. • How are you modeling learning in your work?• What "productive eavesdropping" are you engaged in, or helping to foster?• How are you being purposeful about the behaviors and habits you model? • Is there still a "classroom" when everyone has a personally-constructed learning network? What does that look like?
    7. 7. http://anihunt.com
    8. 8. http://teaganehunt.com
    9. 9. http://?hunt.com
    10. 10. http://quinnhunt.com
    11. 11. Social Network: A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, idea, financial exchange, friends, kinship, dislike, conflict, trade, web links, sexual relations, disease transmission (epidemiology), or airline routes. - Wikipedia
    12. 12. Images via Wikipedia.
    13. 13. Node: The individual Tie: The relationshipsactors within the networks. between the actors.
    14. 14. You. Learning.We are all just nodes.
    15. 15. Purposeful transparency How can you work to make your actions and rationales visible to all?“Open Commission Meeting - 2/18/2010” by fccdotgov via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/fccdotgov/4368391865/
    16. 16. Productive eavesdropping How can you help others to see into your conversations and work?“Refereeavesdropping” by Joe Rollerfan via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/rollerfan/3051400009/
    17. 17. Who is in your circle?“kindergarten is fun” by woodleywonderworks via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/2908834853/
    18. 18. Let’s Explore
    19. 19. “Anyone can now learnanything from anyone at any time.” (7)
    20. 20. “Making things visible and discussable.”
    21. 21. Thanks. Ill see you in the network. Bud HuntInstructional Technology Coordinator • St. Vrain Valley School District @budtheteacher budtheteacher@gmail.com http://budtheteacher.com

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