NHLAKANIPHO WANDISILE SONANDI         201120921
Professional Learning      Networks
PLNPROFESSIONAL (PERSONAL) LEARNINGNETWORKS
WHAT IS A PLN?   I asked my PLN and these are some of their    responses:
WHAT IS A PLN?RESPONSES:
SO HOW DOES A NETWORK HELP ME?
WHAT DOES MY PLN DO FOR ME?   I go to my PLN for many things:     Learn  new things     Ask questions     Collaborate ...
WHERE DO I START?
AND WHO DO I FOLLOW?
FIND NEW CONNECTIONS!http://www.flickr.com/photos/47658930@N00/476481053
•Twitter is a micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network)•When you...
•Plurk is another micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network) like...
HOW DOES IT WORK?
PLE ARE BASED ON THE IDEATHAT LEARNING WILL TAKE PLACEIN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS ANDSITUATIONS AND WILL NOT BEPROVIDED BY A SIN...
THE IDEA OF A PERSONALLEARNING ENVIRONMENTRECOGNISES THAT LEARNING ISCONTINUING AND SEEKS TOPROVIDE TOOLS TO SUPPORTTHAT L...
USING WHATEVER TOOLS ANDDEVICES WHICH THE LEARNERSCHOOSE
PLES CAN HELP IN THERECOGNITION OF INFORMALLEARNING
“THE HEART OF THE CONCEPT OF THE PLEIS THAT IT IS A TOOL THAT ALLOWS ALEARNER (OR ANYONE) TO ENGAGE IN ADISTRIBUTED ENVIRO...
PLES ARE NOT ANOTHERSUBSTANTIATION OFEDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGY BUT A NEWAPPROACH TO LEARNING
THE PLE WILL CHALLENGE THEEXISTING EDUCATION SYSTEMSAND INSTITUTION
THE „PEDAGOGY‟ BEHIND THE PLE – IF ITCOULD BE STILL CALLED THAT – IS THAT ITOFFERS A PORTAL TO THE WORLD,THROUGH WHICH LEA...
A RESPONSE TO PEDAGOGIC APPROACHES WHICHREQUIRE THAT LEARNER‟S E-LEARNING SYSTEMSNEED TO BE UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE LEARN...
THE PROMISE OF PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENTS COULD BE TO EXTEND ACCESS TOEDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO EVERYONE WHOWISHES TO O...
Push                                               QuickTime™ and a                                          TIFF (Uncompr...
“WRITING FOR THE WEB IS A MATTER OFCONTINUOUS CONVERSATION RATHER THANSTATIC PAPER DESIGN.”
POLICIES TO SUPPORT THEDEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATIONOF PLES
ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING THEDEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITIES OFPRACTICE AND ENGAGEMENT INTHOSE COMMUNITIES
DECISIONS OVER FUNDING ANDSUPPORT NEED TO BE TAKEN ASCLOSE TO PRACTICE AS POSSIBLE
RECOGNIZE DIFFERENT FORMS ANDCONTEXTS OF LEARNING
THE DEVELOPMENT ANDADOPTION OF NEW PEDAGOGIES
THE CO-SHAPING OFTECHNOLOGIES BRINGINGTOGETHER TECHIES ANDTEACHERS, ENTERPRISES ANDINSTITUTIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHYCrofut. Sherry, "Professional Learning Networks.http://conference2009.tie2.wikispaces.net/Professional+(Person...
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Personal Learning Environments

  1. 1. NHLAKANIPHO WANDISILE SONANDI 201120921
  2. 2. Professional Learning Networks
  3. 3. PLNPROFESSIONAL (PERSONAL) LEARNINGNETWORKS
  4. 4. WHAT IS A PLN? I asked my PLN and these are some of their responses:
  5. 5. WHAT IS A PLN?RESPONSES:
  6. 6. SO HOW DOES A NETWORK HELP ME?
  7. 7. WHAT DOES MY PLN DO FOR ME? I go to my PLN for many things:  Learn new things  Ask questions  Collaborate  Validation  Camaraderie  Stay in touch with friends
  8. 8. WHERE DO I START?
  9. 9. AND WHO DO I FOLLOW?
  10. 10. FIND NEW CONNECTIONS!http://www.flickr.com/photos/47658930@N00/476481053
  11. 11. •Twitter is a micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network)•When you become "friends" with people with similarinterests, you can share ideas and collaborate with otherteachers from other cities, states, or even countries!
  12. 12. •Plurk is another micro-blogging website that allows you to formyour own PLN (Professional/Personal Learning Network) likeTwitter•It is more conversational than Twitter because it allowsconversations to stay threaded
  13. 13. HOW DOES IT WORK?
  14. 14. PLE ARE BASED ON THE IDEATHAT LEARNING WILL TAKE PLACEIN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS ANDSITUATIONS AND WILL NOT BEPROVIDED BY A SINGLELEARNING PROVIDER
  15. 15. THE IDEA OF A PERSONALLEARNING ENVIRONMENTRECOGNISES THAT LEARNING ISCONTINUING AND SEEKS TOPROVIDE TOOLS TO SUPPORTTHAT LEARNING
  16. 16. USING WHATEVER TOOLS ANDDEVICES WHICH THE LEARNERSCHOOSE
  17. 17. PLES CAN HELP IN THERECOGNITION OF INFORMALLEARNING
  18. 18. “THE HEART OF THE CONCEPT OF THE PLEIS THAT IT IS A TOOL THAT ALLOWS ALEARNER (OR ANYONE) TO ENGAGE IN ADISTRIBUTED ENVIRONMENT CONSISTINGOF A NETWORK OF PEOPLE, SERVICES ANDRESOURCES. IT IS NOT JUST WEB 2.0, BUTIT IS CERTAINLY WEB 2.0 IN THE SENSETHAT IT IS (IN THE BROADEST SENSEPOSSIBLE) A READ-WRITE APPLICATION.” Stephen Downes, 2006
  19. 19. PLES ARE NOT ANOTHERSUBSTANTIATION OFEDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGY BUT A NEWAPPROACH TO LEARNING
  20. 20. THE PLE WILL CHALLENGE THEEXISTING EDUCATION SYSTEMSAND INSTITUTION
  21. 21. THE „PEDAGOGY‟ BEHIND THE PLE – IF ITCOULD BE STILL CALLED THAT – IS THAT ITOFFERS A PORTAL TO THE WORLD,THROUGH WHICH LEARNERS CANEXPLORE AND CREATE, ACCORDING TOTHEIR OWN INTERESTS AND DIRECTIONS,INTERACTING AT ALL TIMES WITH THEIRFRIENDS AND COMMUNITY
  22. 22. A RESPONSE TO PEDAGOGIC APPROACHES WHICHREQUIRE THAT LEARNER‟S E-LEARNING SYSTEMSNEED TO BE UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE LEARNERSTHEMSELVES.
  23. 23. THE PROMISE OF PERSONAL LEARNINGENVIRONMENTS COULD BE TO EXTEND ACCESS TOEDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO EVERYONE WHOWISHES TO ORGANIZE THEIR OWN LEARNING.
  24. 24. Push QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Vs. QuickTime™ an d a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are need ed to see this p icture . Pull
  25. 25. “WRITING FOR THE WEB IS A MATTER OFCONTINUOUS CONVERSATION RATHER THANSTATIC PAPER DESIGN.”
  26. 26. POLICIES TO SUPPORT THEDEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATIONOF PLES
  27. 27. ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING THEDEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITIES OFPRACTICE AND ENGAGEMENT INTHOSE COMMUNITIES
  28. 28. DECISIONS OVER FUNDING ANDSUPPORT NEED TO BE TAKEN ASCLOSE TO PRACTICE AS POSSIBLE
  29. 29. RECOGNIZE DIFFERENT FORMS ANDCONTEXTS OF LEARNING
  30. 30. THE DEVELOPMENT ANDADOPTION OF NEW PEDAGOGIES
  31. 31. THE CO-SHAPING OFTECHNOLOGIES BRINGINGTOGETHER TECHIES ANDTEACHERS, ENTERPRISES ANDINSTITUTIONS
  32. 32. BIBLIOGRAPHYCrofut. Sherry, "Professional Learning Networks.http://conference2009.tie2.wikispaces.net/Professional+(Personal)+Learning+Networks. Retrieved2013/03/15.Crofut. Sherry, "Professional Learning Networks. http://www.pbs.org/teachers/connect. Retrieved2013/03/15.Dorman, Jennifer. (Jun 2009) "Power Up Your Professional Learning"http://www.slideshare.net/cliotech/power-up-your-professional-learning-network. Retrieved2013/03/15.Hurley, Heather. (Oct 2009) "Spicing up your Professional Network"http://www.slideshare.net/hhurley/spicing-up-your-professional-network. Retrieved 2013/03/14.Malinka, Ivanova (Apr 2009).”Spicing up your Professional Learning Networks”.http://www.slideshare.net/malinkaiva/from-personal-learning-environment-building-to-professional-learning-network-forming. Retrieved 2013-03-14.Van Harmelen, Mark (August 2006). "Personal Learning Environments".http://octette.cs.man.ac.uk/jitt/index.php/Personal_Learning_Environments. Retrieved 2006-08-24.

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