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Learning in Knowledge Society: the different roles of VLEs and PLEs

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Learning in Knowledge Society: the different roles of VLEs and PLEs

  1. 1. Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas School of Education - Polytechnic Institute of Santarém, Portugal5th WSKS - World Summit on the Knowledge Society Rome, Italy 20-22 June 2012
  2. 2. [key words] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  3. 3. [Learning in knowledge society] New Traditional utilize simultaneouslyStudents teaching diverse types of media Profile uninteresting Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  4. 4. [Learning in knowledge society] Traditional teaching Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  5. 5. [Learning in knowledge society] Where How What Information to select Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  6. 6. [Learning in knowledge society] Social Networks Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  7. 7. [Forms of learning]Formal Learning Informal LearningHas a curriculum | Is Never organized | NoIntentional | Confers objectives | Not intentional | formal recognition Daily activities |Experience Non Formal Learning Natural Learning May or may not be Is intentional |Semi-organized | intentional | No time or May confer formal recognition | place |autonomous | Flexible | Operational Depends on Socialization Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  8. 8. [what are VLEs]- Facilitate students - Static appearenceaccess to teachers’information - Don’t allow personalization- Allow contact withpeers Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  9. 9. [what VLEs should encourage] Create knowledge Reflection on relevant contentUse of meta-cognitiveskills “Should be designed to adress learners’ diversity in terms of learning styles, prior knowledge, culture and self-regulation skills” Vovides et al, 2007 Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  10. 10. [PLE]Set of web 2.0 tools and services, gathered by the user, in a single webpage. Graphically based. PLEs agregate Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  11. 11. [PLEs Allow] PLEs Allow Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  12. 12. [PLEs Allow] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  13. 13. [VLE & PLE benefits for e-learning contexts] Allows [described as the learning Allows sharing independent theory for the digital age] learning with a broader (acording to Focused on the community our own needs) selfAllows moreconectivity &socialization Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  14. 14. [VLE & PLE benefits for e-learning contexts]The connections within a Collecting information Varied sourcespersonalized environment shape Sharing informationthe knowledge one creates enriching the learners Developing personal data collection information the evolution of active and the students’ reactive user learning profile Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  15. 15. [Conclusions]Students engage with a wider network toenhance their own learning. In terms oflearning, we can say it starts in the formality ofa classroom and follows in the informality ofthe Web. Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 5th WSKS
  16. 16. Ana Loureiro [accloureiro@gmail.com] | http://accloureiro.weebly.comkeep in Inês Messias [ines.mess@gmail.com ]touch… http://www.ese.ipsantarem.pt/usr/ines/index.html Maria Barbas [mariapbarbas@gmail.com] | http://mariapotesbarbas.com/

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