Working, learning and playing through Personal Learning Environments

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Presentation on Personal Learning Environments for the PLE 2010 conference in Barcelona in July.

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  • Working, learning and playing through Personal Learning Environments

    1. Working, Playing and Learning through Personal Learning Environments Graham Attwell
    2. We bera 'm ore tum ultu ous t han any prev ious eco nom ic or soc ial rev olut ion
    3. Learning is moving outside the institutions
    4. We are learning in multiple places and multiple contexts
    5. Challenging expert knowledge
    6. Our schooling systems are based on the first industrial revolutions
    7. teaching timekeeping, obedience, neatness, tidiness, cleanliness and…….
    8. above all, homogeneity
    9. The internet allows the development of personal learning pathways and collaborative knowledge development
    10. The schooling system has evolved as a media ecology specific to the age of the past and separated from the media saturated life world
    11. How do we learn in a media saturated world?
    12. Young people are using the internet for creating and sharing
    13. Bricolage - (Levi Strauss)
    14. Social networking facilitates knowledge exchange and reflection
    15. The main use of social networks by young people is for learning
    16. Mobile devices are spreading learning into new contexts
    17. The use of educational technology has replicated traditional learning arrangements
    18. PLEs are a collection of tools, loosely coupled, for working, learning and collaboration
    19. PLEs are spaces in which we interact and communicate - with the ultimate goal of learning and developing collective know-how
    20. Searching for information and knowledge
    21. Aggregate and scaffold information and knowledge
    22. Manipulate, rearrange and repurpose knowledge artefacts
    23. Analyse information to develop knowledge
    24. Reflect, question, challenge, seek clarification, form and defend opinions
    25. Present ideas, learning and knowledge in different ways
    26. Represent and re-render underpinning knowledge structures
    27. Share by supporting others in their learning
    28. Network through a collaborative learning environment
    29. PLEs promote learner autonomy and control as learning takes place in multiple spaces and contexts
    30. Learning interactions take place in a social environment
    31. The Zone of Proximal Development - the distance between what we know and are able to do now and what we could know and do with the help of a Significantly Knowledgeable Other
    32. Learning is linked to performance in practice
    33. PLEs form part of an expanded learning environment
    34. Thank you for watching www.pontydysgu.org

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