Personal Learning Networks - WLN

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  • welcome
  • Joann
  • Lisa
  • Lisa
  • Joann
    Pair/share – where you are now, where you’d like to be in 6 months?
  • Joann open – Lisa close
    Be realistic about expectations – where is Lisa? Where is Joann?
  • Lisa – so why Twitter?
    Connect to those in ACSA and beyond – connect with LIKE MINDED colleagues
    Stay on the cutting edge of research and hot topics
    Follow those who are relevant in our field – get external perspectives
  • Joann
  • Joann/Lisa – also share handout
  • Lisa
  • Ltp = s2 Lisa
    Every educator benefits from a network of educators doing similar work in different schools or systems
    Global perspective or that beyond CA – can get info that you might not find here – use STEAM example
    Dig deeper into areas of interest – challenge to see issues from multiple perspectives, offer new resources and chance for improvement
    Takes us beyond the skill set of our own learning teams at sites or in our districts



  • Lisa
  • Lisa
  • Social bookmarking tool
    Visual
    bookmarklet
  • Connections with instruction – use with staff – use for professional development, ongoing discussions
  • Lisa
    So WHY a private board? One of the most important networks to foster is that in our own workplace
    Place to share information that focuses on our learning priorities as a district
    Can use it to review, discuss, reflect, support each other in professional practice
    LEARN TOGETHER
  • Include HOW TO sheets for each site…..
  • Personal Learning Networks - WLN

    1. 1. Lisa Gonzales, EdD Superintendent – Portola Valley School District ACSA Vice President of Legislative Action Twitter and LinkedIn and Pinterest…Oh My! Building Your Professional Learning Network http://bit.ly/womenpln
    2. 2. Outcomes… • Learn about Personal Learning Networks • Discover how to set up accounts with Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest • Be inspired to continue learning! Outcomes: • Learn about Personal Learning Networks • Discover how to set up accounts with Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest • Be inspired to continue learning!
    3. 3. What is a PLN?
    4. 4. And I should do this because….huh? • Connect with others • Free professional development • Stay on the “cutting edge” • Be part of a larger conversation • Share with your staff, your network, the unknown
    5. 5. Stages of Development
    6. 6. Lurkers
    7. 7. Who to follow? @dvodicka #edtech @pvsdsup @CommonSense #educationleaders @jborgen @CSBA_now #edtechchat @ciscsymposium @sjgorman #edreform @acsa_info @EdSource #edtechresearch @porticalorg @SmarterBalanced #leanin @Larryferlazzo #projectbasedlearning @caedchat #edpolicy
    8. 8. LinkedIn
    9. 9. Components to Consider.. • Build out your resume • Add a photo (google yourself!) • Add presentations you have done • Include your community work • Link to articles or website links of work
    10. 10. LinkedIn Groups • AASA (American Assn of School Administrators) • CCSS (Common Core State Standards) • ISTE (Int’l Society for Tech in Education) • School Leadership 2.0 • Executive Assistants * Human Resources • Lean In * CrossFit * Marathon Runners
    11. 11. http://vizualize.me/lmgonzales#.VCTrt-cfveY
    12. 12. Pinterest Boards We Recommend dvodicka Lisa Gonzales, Ed.D. ASCD Common Core Eric Sheninger’s PLN Board ACSA Med Kharbach 21st Century Education PBL and 21st Century Learning
    13. 13. Outcomes… • Learn about Personal Learning Networks • Discover how to set up accounts with Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest • Be inspired to continue learning! Outcomes: • Learn about Personal Learning Networks • Discover how to set up accounts with Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest • Be inspired to continue learning!

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