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From VLE to PLE, social networks enhance the possibilites of learning.

From VLE to PLE, social networks enhance the possibilites of learning.

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  • From personal to social
    • Learning Environments that work
    • #PLE_BCN 2010
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
  • unlocking the class
  • harnessing networks
  • talent diversity
  • problem 1: the tools
  • tools shape us viewfinder
  • VLE
    • Structured tool dictates interactions
    • (Siemens,2004):
    • teacher-student
    • student-student
    • student-content
  • PLE
    • spaces in which to interact and communicate, with the ultimate goal of learning and creating a collective know-how (Atwell, 2010)
  • experimenting ONLY
  • problem 2: attitudes
  • stakeholders
    • resistance to change
    • no previous models
    • mixed ICT abilities
    • fast-paced tech
  • some solutions...
  • strategies Premise: If you build it, they won’t come Teachers’ modeling how to network Be flexible and creative Students’ modeling other students Create & share in networks Reflecting on the experience
  • strategies How to start What’s the most important thing you may learn from your PLE? Which tools will address this objective? How are you going to share your learning?
  • tips start microblogging ...
  • Higher Education Text villabloguer.blogspot.com
  • FL English learner
  • 1 learner: 1 PLE
  • The complex process of teaching and learning requires complex, multi-faceted models (...) One tool will not meet all needs in all contexts. (Siemens, 2006)
  • What we ask students to do, is what we ask them to be (K.Yancey)
    • “ A call not for passengers, but crew”
    • (McLuhan, 1963)
  • challenge ahead
  • challenges ahead Tech empowerment of individuals to (continue) developing PLEs for a grass root change (Alec Couros, #PLE_BCN 2010)
  • Images CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/dramaqueennorma/191063346/ barbed wire http://dryicons.com networks (badges) http://www.flickr.com/photos/ mattimattila/2455641489/in/faves-engli s hteacher/ lock http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2870257846/in/set-7215760591 5 150118/ viewfinder http://www.flickr.com/photos/tychay/109536637/stakeholders set http:/ / www.flickr.com/photos/ben-m/311313123 scaffolding http://www.f l ickr.com/photos/raisinsawdust/3795978604/in/photostream/ walking on rope http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonivc/4032 65960/in/set-72157594534566022/ lock stakeholders http://www.flickr.com/photos/aftab/ 2262054247/in/photostream/ road ahead challenges http://www.mcgill.ca/files/_nea/10637 1_rowing_sunset465.jpg