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  • 1. 201182532@student.uj.ac.za201182532Tiyani ChabalalaPROFESSIONAL STUDIES 3A10LECTURE: Prof G Lautenbach & DR JBatchelorPERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 2. 1. Definition of PLE2. Using PLE3. Involving learners4. The important of PLE5. How do learners collaborate, share information,connect, and reflect6. conclusionCONTENT
  • 3. PERSONALLEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 4. PLE ?“We all learn. We all use tools to help us learn.Personal learning environments or PLEs, are the collection of tools (not justonline) that enable us to connect, create and share content with our owncommunities of interest and practice. Mine will be different to yours, becausemy choices and preferences about what and how I learn are different to yours.And what you choose to use personalises your learning, making it uniquelyyours.”1.PLE
  • 5. • The PLE is an approach, not an applicationStephen Downes (05-06-2006)• Personal Learning Environments offer both theframework and the technologies to integratepersonal learning and working.Graham Attwell &Cristina Costa (11-2008)• A Personal Learning Environment is a facility foran individual to access, aggregate, configure andmanipulate digital artefacts of their ongoinglearning experiences. Ron Lubensky (18-12-2006)A PLE is a web interface into the owners’ digitalenvironment. Terry Anderson (26-01-2007)However, a PLE is not a piece of software. It is anenvironment where people and tools and communitiesand resources interact in a very loose kind of way.Scott Wilson (04-2008)A collection of tools, brought together under theconceptual notion of openness, interoperability, andlearner control (…) PLEs are a concept-entity.George Siemens (15-04-2007)PLE
  • 6. • PLEs are not another substantiation of educational technology but anew approach to learning.• A response to pedagogic approaches which require that learner’se-learning systems need to be under the control of the learnersthemselves and recognise the needs of life-long learners for asystem that provides a standard interface to different institutions’e-learning systems, and that allows portfolio information to bemaintained across institutions.• PLE are based on the idea that learning will take place in differentcontexts and situations and will not be provided by a singlelearning provider• The idea of a Personal Learning Environment recognises thatlearning is continuing and seeks to provide tools to support thatlearningPERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 7. • PLEs can help in the recognition of informal learning• PLEs can develop on the potential of services orientedarchitectures for dispersed and networked forms of learning andknowledge development.• “the heart of the concept of the PLE is that it is a tool that allows alearner (or anyone) to engage in a distributed environmentconsisting of a network of people, services and resources. It is notjust Web 2.0, but it is certainly Web 2.0 in the sense that it is (inthe broadest sense possible) a read-write application.”•PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 8. PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT
  • 9. TOOLS
  • 10. PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTA CONCEPT BASED ON WEB 2 .0 AND SOCIALSOFTWARE
  • 11. • content management• integration of personal and professional interests, related to formal andinformal learning experiences• working and learning space, both individual and collaborative• e-portfolio• rich profiles that facilitate connections• multi-format communication system• aggregation and syndication (rss feeds)CHARACTERICS OF PLE
  • 12. 2.USING (PLE)PERSONALLEANINGENVIRONMENT
  • 13. 2.USING PLE
  • 14. EXAMPLES OF PLE
  • 15. New forms of learning are based on tryingthings and action, rather than on moreabstract knowledgeNEW FORM OF LEARNING
  • 16. TOOLS OF PLE
  • 17. PLE, PLN AND PLN•Add tools/services•Connect to data,information, knowledge•Create artifactsPersonal LearningEnvironment•Connect to peers,educators, family andfriends•Share thoughts, ideas,resources, artifactsPersonal LearningNetwork •Connect to professionalsand experts via professionalorganizations and networks•Collaborate•ContributeProfessionalLearning Network
  • 18. MANAGEMENT OF PERSONALLEARNING NETWORK
  • 19. INVOLVING LEANERS
  • 20. 3.INVOLVING LEANERS
  • 21. LEARNERS ENJOY LEARNING WHENIT’S ENGAGING AND FUN!
  • 22. PERSONALIZED LEARNING
  • 23. WHAT LEARNERS GET FROM PLE
  • 24. Using whatever tools and deviceswhich the learners chooseCHOOSING A SUITABLE TOOL
  • 25. 4.IMPORTANTOF USING PLEIMPORTANTSOF PLE
  • 26. It also recognises the role ofthe individual in organisingtheir own learningIMPORTANT OF PLE
  • 27. PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENT CONNECTS PEOPLE
  • 28. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES INEDUCATION
  • 29. USING PLE IN OUR S
  • 30. people learn through legitimate peripheral participationPLE AND PARTICIPATION
  • 31. activitiesPLE MODELprocesses
  • 32. Connect with others Manage information Generate contentSearch for information Aggregate information and knowledge Manipulate,rearrange and repurpose knowledge artifacts Analyse information to develop knowledge Reflect,question,challenge, seek clarification, form and defend opinions Share by supporting others intheir learningNetwork through a collaborative learning environmentAdapted from Graham Attwell (2010) – Working, learning and playing through Personal LearningEnvironments [Presentation]http://www.slideshare.net/GrahamAttwell/working-learning-and-playing-through-personal-learning-environmentsSteve WheelerFUNTIONS OF PLE
  • 33. PLE TOOLS AND WHAT THEY DO
  • 34. PLE TOOLS FOR LEARNING
  • 35. 5.How do learnerscollaborate, shareinformation,connect andreflect
  • 36. The promise of PersonalLearning Environmentscould be to extend accessto educational technologyto everyone who wishes toorganise their own learningHOW DO LEARNERS COLLABORATE, SHAREINFORMATION, CONNECT AND REFLECT
  • 37. Social Media giveseveryone a voice in thecommunityCOLLABORATE
  • 38. COLLABORATIONS
  • 39. COLLABORATIONCOLLABORATION
  • 40. COLLABORATION
  • 41. CONNECTION
  • 42. SHARE INFORMATION
  • 43. • Learning simply about gainingknowledge...?• Sharing information with others• Sharing information should be aboutvirtual community that it is focused onpersonal interaction• Give new opportunities for learners andeducators to collaborateLEARNING AND PERSONALLEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  • 44. CONNECT
  • 45. REFLECT
  • 46. PROFOUND INNOVATIONS IN TECHNOLOGYTEND TO BE REFLECTED IN OLDERPARADIGMS
  • 47. Web 2.0 allows youngpeople to be active co-creators of knowledgePLE CAN ENCOURAGEREFLECTION
  • 48. LEARNERS CAN BE
  • 49. WHAT PLE DO IN LEARNING
  • 50. PERSONAL COMPETENCE
  • 51. HOW CAN PERSONAL ENVIRONMENTIMPROVE LEARNING
  • 52. conclusion
  • 53. Personal learningenvironment• A Personal Learning Environment is a facility for an individual to access, aggregate, configure andmanipulate digital artefacts of their ongoing learning experiences• integration of personal and professional interests, related to formal and informal learning experiencesUsing PLE• Personal learning environment will help learners be agents in their learning• PLE help educators and learners to reflect• Engage in informal knowledge exchangeINVOLVINGLEARNER• Encourages collaboration between the teacher and the student• Learners get the opportunity to be involved in their own learning and create their own knowledge• Personal learning environment helps with collaboration and getting everyone to be involved in theirlearningCONCLUSION
  • 54. REFERENCEBibliographyAlsagoff, Z. A. (2012, February 09). Empowering personal learning environments:slideshare.net. Retrieved March11, 2013, from Empowering personal learning environments:slideshare.net:http://www.slideshare.net/zaid/empowering-personal-learning-environments-v2Attwell, G. (2007, may 07). personal learning environment:slideshare.net. Retrieved march 11, 2013, frompersonal learning environment:slideshare.net: http://www.slideshare.net/GrahamAttwell/personal-learning-environments-46423Malinka Ivanova, T. U.–S. (2009, april 10). personal learning environment:slideshare.net. Retrieved march 11,2013, from personal learning environment:slideshare.net: http://www.slideshare.net/malinkaiva/from-personal-learning-environment-building-to-professional-learning-network-formingsimoes, P. (2012, may 29). VIII confrerencia international:slideshare.net. Retrieved march 11, 2013, from VIIIconfrerencia international:slideshare.net: http://www.slideshare.net/bubka/viii-conferncia-internacional-elearning-2012Wheeler, S. (2011, february 02). The future of learning learning: slideshare.net. Retrieved march 11, 2013, fromThe future of learning learning: slideshare.net : http://www.slideshare.net/timbuckteeth/the-future-of-learning-6809148