Symbaloo llega a las plataformas Android e iOS. Symbaloo es un viejo amigo que ya os presentamos años atrás, siendo él un servicio de página de inicio en el que nos permite incluir y acceder a los enlaces directos a nuestros sitios web favoritos con tan sólo un click, además de permitirnos leer noticias desde diferentes fuentes RSS, e incluir nuevos webmixes, ésto es, nuevas pestañas temáticas, las cuales pueden ser completamente nuevas en las que iremos añadiendo nuevos bloques de enlaces desde cero, o incluyendo las ya creadas y disponibles desde Symbaloo.
Lo mejor, es que esta aplicación es completamente gratuita y además también está disponible en español. Design and development of PLE « Jenn's Studious Life. I’m now at the stage of implementing my development to test out my research ideas.
Many have wondered what is actually a Personal Learning Environment (PLE)? How does a PLE look like? A system that is unique for individual? I have the same wonder for myself and these questions have been in my thought very early in this research. Throughout the LR, I couldn’t find a single answer to any of those questions. That’s why, my goal of design and development of PLE is not actually building a big IT system that covers everything but a web portal that people can openly access and learn without restriction or boundary. This picture represents the general ideas of Studious Network. Learning is a continuous process and I hope this portal can facilitate this learning process among learners who are interested to learn on their own. Etapas en la adopción de un PLN. Son muchas las publicaciones actuales sobre PLEs y PLNs, pero aún existen determinados conceptos problemáticos sobre la distinción entre los dos conceptos (muchas veces demasiado parecidos y usados indistintamente, con el error de concepto que ello conlleva).
Symbaloo. Web2.0:Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje. Moople. PLEF. In contrast to traditional LMS-driven e-learning solutions, a Personal Learning Environment (PLE) takes a more natural and learner-centric approach and is characterized by the freeform use of a set of lightweight services and tools that belong to and are controlled by individual learners. Rather than integrating different services into a centralized system, the idea is to provide the learner with a plethora of different services and hand over control to her to select, use, and mashup the services the way she deems fit. A PLE driven approach does not only provide personal spaces, which belong to and are controlled by the user, but also requires a social context by offering means to connect with other personal spaces for effective knowledge sharing and collaborative knowledge creation.
Research Proposal Presentation « Jenn's Studious Life. One of the most important course I learnt last semester was the Research Foundation course.
I could say that we only learn how to write our research proposal during the whole course, which was very helpful to kick-start my research. There are only a few important things during the whole course and they are: 1. Establish your problem statement – utmost important aspect before any research can be done. The tips that the Prof. gave us was very simple: your research SHOULD solve a problem. 2. 3. 4. 5. In summary, I learnt all those above to heart and at the end of the semester, I was required to submit a 10-page research proposal and a 20-minute presentation which was assessed by the Prof. and another lecturer. Design and development of Personal Learning Environment for Higher Education My research aim is to design and develop Personal Learning Environment (PLE) which gives students (postgrad) the control of their own learning process by utilizing Web 2.0 technology. Like this: Like Loading... Entorno personal de aprendizaje. PLE. PLE. Suewaters:Building Your PLN.
Ambientes Personales de Aprendizaje: Cómo y para qué de una idea transformadora. Prepping for a PLN Presentation. This Tuesday morning I’ll be presenting to my colleagues during a day of professional development.
I was given total freedom and flexibility to present on whatever topic I wanted, and I ultimately chose to talk about strategies and tools that foster professional development beyond conferences or specific professional development days — essentially, developing a “Personal Learning Network.” While I’m not wholly enamored of the phrase “Personal Learning Network,” or its attendant acronym, PLN, that terminology seems to have become dominant and so I’ll go with it until something else gains precedence in the lexicon. In spite of my non-plussed attitude toward the PLN title, I do think that the presence of a PLN has been hugely influential in shaping my own teaching practice over the past three-plus years, and I hope to share with others how I’ve gone about building this an why I’ve found it so useful.