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PLE11 Workshop proposal:
Design WebQuest 2.0 training scenarios focused on the creation of PLEs for professional development.

Maria A. Perifanou, Pontydysgu,Wales, UK
Graham Attwell, Pontydysgu,Wales, UK

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  • Title WWW.WEBQUESTS.EU
  • Workshop’s introduction and division of participants in groups (2min)The need for a more personalized environment for learning that can set free the learner to decide how to build knowledge, what kind of learning he or she prefers to pursue (formal or informal learning, social or more individual learning, short time or lifelong learning) or what he or she wants to learn, has led to the creation of a new learning model: the Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
  • According to Attwell (2007) ‘the idea of PLEs is to bring together all forms of learning, including informal learning, workplace learning, learning from the home, learning driven by problem solving and learning motivated by personal interest as well as learningthrough engagement in formal educational programmes’
  • Workshop’s introduction and division of participants in groups (2min)
  • Creating a professional learning environment is not an easy process (Roger’s model for competence development lifecycle, 2003) but there are some certain phases to follow. Explore and identify the right professional networks, engage more actively in the communities, have mutually productive and sustainable knowledge exchange with the users of the communities and finally organize the professional network adding tools of your PLE, are some of the basic steps to follow
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  • Ple11 webquest

    1. 1. WWW.WEBQUESTS.EU<br />Design WebQuest 2.0 training scenarios focused on the creation of PLEs for professional development<br />Maria Perifanou, Graham Attwell<br />Pontydysgu, Wales, UK <br />
    2. 2. In the era of ‘Knowledge Society’….<br />…nothing can be the same in business, industry, education<br />
    3. 3. different way to communicate<br />… to get the information<br />
    4. 4. … need to build our PLE<br />
    5. 5. “the idea of PLEs is to bring together all forms of learning, including informal learning, workplace learning, learning from the home, learning driven by problem solving & learning motivated by personal interest as well as learningthrough engagement in formal educational programmes” (Attwell, 2007)<br />What is a PLE ?<br />
    6. 6. … need to build our PfLE<br />
    7. 7. Roger’s model for competence development lifecycle, (2003)<br /><ul><li>Explore &identify the right professional networks
    8. 8. Engage more actively in the professional communities
    9. 9. Have mutually productive &sustainable knowledge exchange with the users of the professional communities
    10. 10. Finally organize the professional network adding tools of your PLE</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>….a PLE is found to be a core for PLN (Personal Learning Network) & PfLN(Professional Learning Network)
    11. 11. …the transition from PLE to PfLN is an important step that can support everyone to become self-organized &life-long learner(IvanovaM., 2009) </li></li></ul><li>Group work / Discussion <br /><ul><li>PLE/PLN/ PfLE/ PfLE: Share your personal experience (8min)
    12. 12. Group reporters present the main points of the groups’ discussion (6min)</li></li></ul><li>What do you know about <br />?<br />……do you have any experience with this? <br />
    13. 13. Webquest is an“inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the internet” (Dodge, 1995)<br />Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluation<br />Conclusion<br />critical thinking, cooperative learning, authentic assessments, technology integration, scaffolding model, cognitive & constructivist theory (Dodge et al., 1995)<br />
    14. 14. http://web2quest.pbworks.com/<br />
    15. 15. 1st WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Warm up preparatory activities<br />Introduction to the WebQuest context<br />
    16. 16. 2nd WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Introduction<br /> Definition of the WebQuest topic/central idea <br />
    17. 17. 3ndWQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Task<br />Definition of group &individual tasks (on line templates)<br />
    18. 18. 4th WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Guidance-Process <br />Useful Instructions to support the learning process & the completion of the WebQuest task<br />
    19. 19. 5th WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />‘Close & Open’ evaluation <br />Definition of assessment strategy <br />
    20. 20. 6th WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Conclusions<br />Sharing impressions & discuss about future projects in &out the class community<br />
    21. 21. 7th WQ 2.0 Learning circle<br />Teacher's - Trainer's guide<br />Useful instructions to share with teachers’/trainers’ community<br />
    22. 22. Group work <br />
    23. 23. Ready to work on 2.0 ?<br />Activity: Creation of the outline of WebQuest2.0 training scenarios (one each group) focused on the creation of PLEs for professional development & publication of them on line -Pbwiki page (20min) <br /> http://webquestple11.pbworks.com/<br />2. Oral presentation of the training scenarios by the groups’ reporters (10min)<br />3. Feedback of the activity-Discussion (10min)<br />
    24. 24. Questions?<br />

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