ple experiences in personal learning michael rowe physiotherapy department university of the western cape
wordle.net
theory assessment augmented reality
geek mythology net generation e-learning web 2.?
"the scandal of  education  is that every time you teach something, you deprive a [student] of the pleasure...of  dis...
“ it's a miracle that  curiosity  survives formal education” einstein
think   different
“ Creativity  is as important now in education as literacy, and should be treated with the same status” robinson, 2006 htt...
<ul>analog -> digital tethered -> mobile isolated -> connected generic -> personal consumption -> creation closed -> open ...
dominant design :  an emergent core design principle that arises from competing alternatives wilson et al, 2008
1. an lms isn’t just a  database 2. you really  need  one 3. it is a “ learning ” “ management ” “ system ” bozarth (2010)...
&quot;we are plainly witnessing a  restructuring  of the music and newspaper businesses,but their suffering isn’t unique, ...
revolution
industrial
agricultural
“ The  dogmas  of the quiet past are  inadequate  to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with  difficulty , and...
“ the world is changed” galadriel the lord of the rings
“ the machine provided a  new way  of  thinking...” “ we will live inside [it, and] it's   always on ” kelly, 2005 http://...
“ the machine  is us /ing us” wesch (2007) http://bit.ly/bQmdAK
the internet is both  spatial , and  chronological   gelernter (2010) http://bit.ly/bL4jMN
“ a new communication paradigm is being constructed through  community interaction  and participation, which enables the f...
“ we can’t keep up with making the   technology  the curriculum...all we can do is prepare students to  teach themselves ”...
the ple personal learning environment
changes in technology styles of learning informal learning lifewide learning lifelong learning assessment
ple as a collection of  technologies
 
ple as a collection of  devices
 
 
 
 
ple as a collection of  concepts
 
aggregate
filter
remix
repurpose
feed forward
knowledge in the LMS static declarative authority  based hard  boundaries organised around  classes learning  about asymme...
implications for education learners will take greater responsibility, and be more independent teachers are not expert tran...
how does all of this fit together ?
 
an early example
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
i   think therefore i  am
we  participate , therefore we  are
framework
resistance
 
 
information overload
diversity
autonomy
interaction
openness
summary
“ the future is here, it's just not  widely distributed ” gibson (2003)
some references  (but not all)  Abernathy, W. J., Utterback, J. M. (1978), Patterns of Industrial Restructuring. Technolo...
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This is the presentation I gave at the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Stellenbosch University.

I began by exploring some of the ways in which the education system is broken, and how the select application of certain types of technologies may be a useful part of the solution. This first section was to contextualise the second part of the presentation...

...which was to demonstrate a few examples of how I integrate certain services, applications and devices into my own PLE, before finally...

...highlighting the challenges we face in moving this idea forward, as well as suggesting guidelines that acknowledge the challenges, but which still facilitate an appropriate application of the PLE concept.

Few of the ideas expressed in the presentation are solely my own (other than choosing the images), and I've tried to give credit where it is due.

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    1. 1. ple experiences in personal learning michael rowe physiotherapy department university of the western cape
    2. 2. wordle.net
    3. 3. theory assessment augmented reality
    4. 4. geek mythology net generation e-learning web 2.?
    5. 5. &quot;the scandal of education is that every time you teach something, you deprive a [student] of the pleasure...of discovery &quot; papert (1984)
    6. 6. “ it's a miracle that curiosity survives formal education” einstein
    7. 7. think different
    8. 8. “ Creativity is as important now in education as literacy, and should be treated with the same status” robinson, 2006 http://bit.ly/d9N9I8
    9. 9. <ul>analog -> digital tethered -> mobile isolated -> connected generic -> personal consumption -> creation closed -> open </ul><ul>higher education everything else </ul><ul>wiley (2009) <li>http://ht.ly/1U3Cp </li></ul>
    10. 10. dominant design : an emergent core design principle that arises from competing alternatives wilson et al, 2008
    11. 11. 1. an lms isn’t just a database 2. you really need one 3. it is a “ learning ” “ management ” “ system ” bozarth (2010) http://goo.gl/c9iG
    12. 12. &quot;we are plainly witnessing a restructuring of the music and newspaper businesses,but their suffering isn’t unique, it’s prophetic &quot; shirky (2007) http://goo.gl/KcSx
    13. 13. revolution
    14. 14. industrial
    15. 15. agricultural
    16. 16. “ The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty , and we must rise with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew ” abraham lincoln (1882) annual message to congress
    17. 17. “ the world is changed” galadriel the lord of the rings
    18. 18. “ the machine provided a new way of thinking...” “ we will live inside [it, and] it's always on ” kelly, 2005 http://bit.ly/cPvTeS
    19. 19. “ the machine is us /ing us” wesch (2007) http://bit.ly/bQmdAK
    20. 20. the internet is both spatial , and chronological gelernter (2010) http://bit.ly/bL4jMN
    21. 21. “ a new communication paradigm is being constructed through community interaction and participation, which enables the formation of loosely connected groups with relative ease” wesch (2009) http://bit.ly/8ZaA6g
    22. 22. “ we can’t keep up with making the technology the curriculum...all we can do is prepare students to teach themselves ” Warlick (2009) http://goo.gl/CrwI
    23. 23. the ple personal learning environment
    24. 24. changes in technology styles of learning informal learning lifewide learning lifelong learning assessment
    25. 25. ple as a collection of technologies
    26. 27. ple as a collection of devices
    27. 32. ple as a collection of concepts
    28. 34. aggregate
    29. 35. filter
    30. 36. remix
    31. 37. repurpose
    32. 38. feed forward
    33. 39. knowledge in the LMS static declarative authority based hard boundaries organised around classes learning about asymmetrical relationships homogeneous content access is gated knowledge in the PLE dynamic non-declarative personally constructed soft boundaries organised around topics learning to do symmetrical relationships personalised content access is open
    34. 40. implications for education learners will take greater responsibility, and be more independent teachers are not expert transmitters, but expert designers changes the balance between institutional and informal learning
    35. 41. how does all of this fit together ?
    36. 43. an early example
    37. 93. i think therefore i am
    38. 94. we participate , therefore we are
    39. 95. framework
    40. 96. resistance
    41. 99. information overload
    42. 100. diversity
    43. 101. autonomy
    44. 102. interaction
    45. 103. openness
    46. 104. summary
    47. 105. “ the future is here, it's just not widely distributed ” gibson (2003)
    48. 106. some references (but not all)  Abernathy, W. J., Utterback, J. M. (1978), Patterns of Industrial Restructuring. Technology Review, 80 (7), 1-9 Attwell G. Personal learning environments - the future of eLearning. eLearning Papers. 2007;2(1):8  Downes, S. (2004, November 10). Theory of Learning Networks. Retrieved from Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/theory-of-learning-networks Fini A. The Technological Dimension of a Massive Open Online Course: The Case of the CCK08 Course Tools. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. 2009;10(5):26 Gelernter, D. (2009). Time to start taking the internet seriously. Edge 313: the third culture ( h ttp://bit.ly/bXjH39 ) Hardy, darcy (2010). The Forever Changing Role of IT in Online Education (http://goo.gl/MWxu) Kastelle, T. (2010). Personal Aggregate, Filter and Connect Strategies. Blog post on Innovation Leadership Network (http://goo.gl/fxgY) Katz R. The Tower and The Cloud: Higher Education in the Age of Cloud Computing. (Katz R). Educause; 2008:295. Available at: http://www.educause.edu/thetowerandthecloud Kelly, k. (2005). We are the web. Wired magazine, 13.08 Papert, S. opening quote Robinson, K. (2006). Presentation at TED Siemens G, Tittenberger P. Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning.; 2009:65 Turker, M. A., & Zingel, S. (2008). Formative Interfaces for Scaffolding Self-Regulated Learning in PLEs. eLearning Papers, 9, 1-15. doi: ISSN 1887-1542 Warlick, D. Wesch, M. (2008). An anthropological introduction to YouTube. Oral presentation to the United States Library of Congress, June 23, 2008  Wilson, S., Liber, O., Johnson, M., Beauvoir, P., Sharples, P., Milligan, C., et al. (2008). Personal Learning Environments: Challenging the dominant design of educational systems. Interactive Learning Environments, 16(1), 1-2
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