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  • PLEs promotes Self regulation Critical thinking Curious researcher Effectivecommunicatorhttp://ites.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/file/view/21Century%20Teacher.jpg/344845038/560x662/21Century%20Teacher.jpg
  • Aim of PLEsTo analyze theexperience gained in usingof Web 2.0 environment forcompetence developmentand for professionalnetwork organizing
  • PLEs building laid thefoundations of some mainideas:(1)learning is an ongoing process and toolsto support this learning are needed(2)the role of the individual in self-organizing learning is important(3)learning can take place in differentcontexts and situations and cannot beprovided by a single learning provider.Attwell Graham
  • •Collaboration & Cooperation•The SocialWeb (Web 2.0)• SocialWeb tools• Personalised Learning• Formal & Informal LearningCONTENT
  • COMPETITION
  • COOPERATIONhttp://sites.google.com/site/dragonsrunningclubsale
  • COLLABORATIONhttp://www.green-me.co.uk
  • MODEL FOR BUILDING PLEsRolesActivitiesStartpageenvironmentTools/ServicesProcessesSearcherAssemblatorLearnerResearcherInnovatorofdata, information, knowledgeof subjectmatter, technologies, how to learnCreateShareCommu-nicateConnectRSSfeeds, linksSearchenginesBlogs, wikisFeelandlookSocialbook-markingImages/AVChat/AVconferenceEmail, forumFacebook/Twitter/NingTo-dolist, notes, commentscalendarDesignlearningstrategyPlanactivitiesPerformactivitiesDocumentresults,analyzeShareresults,evaluateChoosetechnology/applicationArrangeenvironmentExtend/modifyenvironmentShareenvironment/collaborateSearchGather Aggre-gateProductivityimprovementCustomi-zationCompo-nents,panels, tabs,widgetswidgetsGoals,needs, interests,motivation, problems
  • COLLABORATION
  • How do we get people tocollaborate?
  • The Social Web(Web 2.0)
  • Web 2.0 applications called “startpages” are designed to provide apersonalized place on theinternet where users can mashupdata, information andknowledge available anywhere,anytime, including mobile login.Wikipedia
  • “Web 2.0 is the architecture of participation” –Eugene BarskyTheWeb will be understood not as screenfulls oftext and graphics but as a transportmechanism, the ether through which interactivityhappens” – Darcy DeNucci (1999
  • Nobody really knows what it means...IfWeb 2.0 for you isblogs and wikis, then that is people to people. But thatwas what theWeb was supposed to be all along” – SirTim Berners-Lee“Web 2.0 is all about harnessingcollective intelligence” –Tim O’Reilly(2009)
  • What is aPersonal LearningEnvironment?
  • Personalisation of learning meansensuring that individual differences areacknowledged
  • The way networks learn is theway people learn…
  • PLEs are not anothersubstantiation ofeducational technologybut a new approach tolearning
  • A response to pedagogicapproaches which requirethat learner’s e-learningsystems need to be underthe control of the learnersthemselves
  • and recognize the needs of life-long learners for a system thatprovides a standard interface todifferent institutions’ e-learningsystems, and that allowsportfolio information to bemaintained across institutions
  • PLE are based on the ideathat learning will takeplace in different contextsand situations and will notbe provided by a singlelearning provider
  • PLE the idea of a PersonalLearning Environmentrecognises thatlearning is continuingand seeks to providetools to support thatlearning
  • Using whatever tools anddevices which the learnerschoose
  • It also recognizes therole of the individualin organizing theirown learning
  • • Add tools/services• Connect todata, information, knowledge• Create artifactsPersonal LearningEnvironment• Connect topeers, educators, family andfriends• Sharethoughts, ideas, resources, artifactsPersonal LearningNetwork • Connect to professionals andexperts via professionalorganizations and networks• Collaborate• ContributeProfessionalLearning NetworkDevelopment of Professional Learning Network
  • Formal andInformalLearning
  • Formal learninginformal learning30% 70%
  • PLEs can help in therecognition ofinformal learning
  • The ‘pedagogy’ behind the PLE – if itcould be still called that – is that itoffers a portal to the world, throughwhich learners can explore andcreate, according to their owninterests and directions, interactingat all times with their friends andcommunity
  • THE PLE the PLE willchallenge theexistingeducationsystems andinstitution
  • New forms of learning arebased on trying things andaction, rather than on moreabstract knowledge
  • recognise differentforms and contexts oflearning
  • the development andadoption of newpedagogies
  • the co-shaping oftechnologies bringingtogether techies andteachers, enterprises andinstitutions
  • BibliographyAlsagoff, z. a. (2008). empowering personal learning environment. international medical university ofmalasia (pp. 1-66). malasia: international medical university.Attwell, g. (2013). personal learning environment., (pp. 1-60).Bulgaria, s. (2009). from personal learning environment building to professional learning networkforming. 5th international scientific conference (pp. 1-39). bucharest: eLearning and software foreducation.Downs, s. (2007). the futre of online learning and personal learning environments. university press (pp.1-24). university press.Wheeler, s. (2010). collaborative & cooperative learning:the how and why. learning and skills groupconference (pp. 1-50). london: university of plymouth.Wheeler, s. (2011). the future of learning.web 2.0 and smart extended web. (pp. 1-56). germany:university of plymouth.