This was originally a presentation for the 2013 Elearning Consortium of Colorado.
We add value to our own continuous learning. Continuous learning strategies will be of value to our students’ lives in this time of continuous change. PLE’s are a method for identify sources that canServe learning for a subject, course, specific topic.Source: http://www.jarche.com/2012/06/work-is-learning-and-learning-is-the-work/
My own categories. http://www.slideshare.net/ibuchem/definitions-of-personal-learning-environment-ple-4029277
JordyJubany I Vila:http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/aple#There is a lot going on in this example—the value is the list of resources provided.
This diagram was made with Mindnode.
This is SusanWaldenberger’s rubric. In making the assignment, this may also be an opportune time to talk about search skills and evaluation of sources and tools.After reading a piece by Dave Cormier, I realized that my rubric had not included a way for students to answer the question, “What learning was supported by the PLE?” Susan’s rubric includes a summary and I think that summary could serve that purpose.
You’ve been provided with a worksheet at your table. Give people 10 – 15 minutes to create and share. You don’t need to use these categories necessarily.
PLE’s in Course Learning
Have students share his or her PLE’s for course or as part of a
Questions for Student: How will you use a PLE in your learning
for this course? Or how would you use a PLE for a given
Susan Waldenberger’s Rubric:
Sketch out a PLE for your learning in general
Create one with a particular, named goal.
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