Digital Identities and Personal Learning Environments

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  • Used as a word since 1633 in Scottish univeristies.
  • Digital Identities and Personal Learning Environments

    1. Digital Identities and Personal Learning Environments Graham Attwell Online Educa Berlin 2009
    2. Etymologies
    3. traditional education organisations… ….have reflected the idea of ‘currere’
    4. curriculum - a race winners, losers same starting point same finish point a straight line who is fastest rule bound
    5. This was reinforced by the industrial model of schooling - training a mass work force for a production line economy
    6. timekeeping, obedience, neatness, tidiness, cleanliness and…….
    7. HOMOGENEITY
    8. Dave White - http://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/2008/07/23/not-natives-immigrants-but-visitors-residents/ with taking place in learning different contexts
    9. developing personal learning networks
    10. social networking and making connections
    11. creating as well as consuming
    12. Bricolage - (Levi Strauss)
    13. digital identity - the self in the network
    14. “The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life’ Erving Goffman A dramaturgical approach A person’s identity is not a stable and independent psychological entity; it is constantly remade as the person interacts with others.
    15. Appropriating technologies
    16. learning through play
    17. PLMEs allow learners to set their own learning goals manage their learning, managing both content and process and communicate with others in the process of learning
    18. support, and scaffolding learning
    19. guiding and mentoring
    20. shaping (designing)learning spaces
    21. creating, exploring and transversing boundary objects
    22. using social software and open source software
    23. developing open spaces for learning
    24. “We are being forced to reexamine what constitutes knowledge and are moving from expert developed and sanctioned knowledge to collaborative forms of knowledge construction”
    25. “a rhizomatic model of learning in which a community can construct a model of education flexible enough for the way knowledge develops and changes today by producing a map of contextual knowledge.”
    26. reflecting and linking contextual and community knowledge
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