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2012 (Spring) - Professional Development (PLE)

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2012 (Spring) - Professional Development (PLE)

  1. 1. Professional Development (PLE)• This workshop will: – Overview additional information about PLE (Show examples) – Ask them to construct their current PLE and be creative – Share their PLE and discuss tools and behaviors – Discuss ways in which students can benefit from creating PLEs
  2. 2. Using PLEs Personal Learning Environments are systems that help learners take control of and manage their own learning. This includes providing support for learners to set their own learning goals; manage their learning; managing both content and process; communicate with others in the process of learning and thereby achieve learning goals. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_Learning_Environment Sue Waters - 5 top tools for a PLE(http://suewaters.wikispaces.com/)
  3. 3. PLE - A Longer Description The PLE represents the integration of a number of "Web 2.0"technologies like blogs, Wikis, RSS feeds, Twitter, Facebook,etc.— around the independent learner. Using the term "e-learning 2.0," Stephen Downes describes the PLE as: "... onenode in a web of content, connected to other nodes and contentcreation services used by other students…. It becomes, indeed,not a single application, but a collection of interoperatingapplications—an environment rather than a system"Downes, S. "E-learning 2.0", National Research Council of Canada, October 17, 2005
  4. 4. PLE – of an InstructorAlec Couros, PhD Thesis illustration, the Networked Teacher - http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/580
  5. 5. PLE – They can Complement an LMS David Delgados PLE diagram http://eduspaces.net/davidds/weblog/193187.html
  6. 6. PLE – They can Complement an LMS Scott Wilsons PLE and the Institution image - http://eduspaces.net/scottw/weblog/212041.html
  7. 7. PLE – They can Complement an LMS The Personal Research Portal Ismael Peña-López (2008)
  8. 8. PLE – Connected and Personalized Learninghttp://terrya.edublogs.org/2007/04/30/on-groups-networks-and-collectives/
  9. 9. PLE – Connected and Personalized Learning Group Network CollectiveActivity Collaborative Projects Discussion and Queries Data Mining, Individuals Submission, Search and QueryTools Threaded Discussions Mailing Lists, Blog Search Engines, Social Chats Syndication, MySpace Apps, i.e. 43 ThingsGoals Accreditation Formal Knowledge Generation Knowledge Extraction LearningTime Frame Semester Real Time to Short Term Long Term – – Asynchronous AsynchronousCommitment to High Often Assessed Medium – As Needed NoneParticipateMotivation to Contribute External Professional Reputation NoneMetaphor “Virtual Classroom” “Virtual Communities of “Wisdom of Crowds” Practice”Expectations to Help High, Often Mutual Mid, Share and Share Low/None, Unconscious Dependence Alike Ethos Aggregation http://terrya.edublogs.org/2007/04/30/on-groups-networks-and-collectives/
  10. 10. PLE – How Can They Be Used by Students Fernando Santamaría/Concepción Abraira (PLE from my PhD) http://www.concepcionabraira.info/aplicaciones.htm
  11. 11. PLE – How Can They Be Used by Students Katherine Pisana - My PLE and 3 Sub PLEs oriented towards specific learning networks
  12. 12. PLE and the Future

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