DO NOT  Turn off your cellphones for this session.If you have a laptop, use it.
This is not a    presentation.This is a conversation.
Tweet #dpsk12 or      text 3037206269with #dpsk12 in the message.    Post questions, ideas,  responses and resources.
Pause for awkward initial text messages and “hello world”           tweets.
The people in your      neighborhood:  Constructing a learningnetwork that works for you.           Ben Wilkoff           ...
Why do we need alearning network?
People give continually, resources give once.
Email is not a network.
Discussion doesn’t just happen.     It must be cultivated.
Community requires a space.
Who needs to be in your Learning Network?
People that Challenge You
People that support you.
People that will collaborate         with you.
People who will tell you  stories and help you tell your own stories.
What is worth sharing?
Captured Learning
Reflected Practice
Action Research**Anything going on in a classroom is Action Research.
Aggregated Resources
How do I create my learning network?
Choose the Right Space
Find groups of people to        listen to.       Then listen.
Join the Conversation
Ask Good Questions
We need a learning    network.
Ben Wilkoff         @bhwilkoff        303.720.6269http://learningischange.com
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    1. 1. DO NOT Turn off your cellphones for this session.If you have a laptop, use it.
    2. 2. This is not a presentation.This is a conversation.
    3. 3. Tweet #dpsk12 or text 3037206269with #dpsk12 in the message. Post questions, ideas, responses and resources.
    4. 4. Pause for awkward initial text messages and “hello world” tweets.
    5. 5. The people in your neighborhood: Constructing a learningnetwork that works for you. Ben Wilkoff 02.16.2011
    6. 6. Why do we need alearning network?
    7. 7. People give continually, resources give once.
    8. 8. Email is not a network.
    9. 9. Discussion doesn’t just happen. It must be cultivated.
    10. 10. Community requires a space.
    11. 11. Who needs to be in your Learning Network?
    12. 12. People that Challenge You
    13. 13. People that support you.
    14. 14. People that will collaborate with you.
    15. 15. People who will tell you stories and help you tell your own stories.
    16. 16. What is worth sharing?
    17. 17. Captured Learning
    18. 18. Reflected Practice
    19. 19. Action Research**Anything going on in a classroom is Action Research.
    20. 20. Aggregated Resources
    21. 21. How do I create my learning network?
    22. 22. Choose the Right Space
    23. 23. Find groups of people to listen to. Then listen.
    24. 24. Join the Conversation
    25. 25. Ask Good Questions
    26. 26. We need a learning network.
    27. 27. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff 303.720.6269http://learningischange.com

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