Personal Learning Networks
Personal Learning Networks consist of the people a learner interacts with and derives knowledge from in a Personal Learning Environment. An important part of this concept is the theory of connectivism developed by George Siemens and Stephen Downes.This PearlTree contains information you need to know to develop your own Personal Learning Network. Nov 15
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Integrating Technology in the Classroom Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge ( TPaCK ) for Educators Edited by the AACTE .
Corporate Learning Strategies Daniel R. Tobin, Ph.D. Building Your Personal Learning Network Copyright ©1998 Daniel R. Tobin
What is a PLN? If I had to define what a ‘Personal Learning Network’ is, I would keep it simple and broad: n. – the entire collection of people with whom you engage and exchange information, usually online. Personal Learning Networks, or PLNs, have been around forever.
The Art & Technique of Personal Learning Networks or "A Gardener's Approach to Learning" Introduction: As we work in a time of rapid change, with students who are digital natives, from within a dramatically new information landscape, the best description of the 21st Century teacher is Master Learner. Participants in this presentation will learn how to utilize a variety of new web-based applications to construct and cultivate personal learning networks. Educators will learn to attract information from other professional educators, experts in the fields of study, current news and news searches, student perspective, relevant resources from a growing library of web-based digital content, and other content sources to assist them in adapting to this age of change.
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A Personal Learning Network (PLN) is a group of people you count on to: