Tag Archives: PLE

December Big Question – What did you learn about learning in 2009?

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It’s the last day of December, the last day of 2009, the last day of a decade. But I still want to answer December’s Big Question: What did you learn about learning in 2009? Grad School Personally, I took five … Continue reading

My education-based entries into EMC’s Innovation Conference

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For the last two years, I have submitted an education-based idea to EMC’s Innovation Conference. Both years the idea was based on a PLE – Personal Learning Environment. Both years, I used information gleaned from the Connectivism courses to shape … Continue reading

Building a Learning Community – What we’re doing

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I just finished my class meeting, and saw this posted by @courosa: Pursuing the elusive metaphor of community in e-learning environments View more presentations from Richard Schwier. This presentation is about community and eLearning. It talks about non formal and … Continue reading

Blogging my Homework

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In my Human Performance Theory class, we have to turn in Executive Summaries (ES) and mindmaps for selected readings each week. Since I know so many people who are experts on performance, I thought I’d share what I am doing … Continue reading

Communities, PLEs, small groups, & power

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My mom loves telling the following story about me, to emphasize the fact that I have always been bossy. I am the oldest, and I have one brother who is 16 months younger than me and another who is 3 … Continue reading

What is Informal Learning

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This question “what IS informal learning?” came up in a meeting the other day. The answer that was given was interesting – but it focused on educational technology. Today’s post will attempt to define informal, and in another post I’ll … Continue reading

PLE construction, instructors, & converting Instructor led learning to eLearning

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In my last post I talked about the learning environments (LEs) we as developers create for students, and the Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) students create to situate themselves so that they can master the course objectives. In this post I … Continue reading

Learning Enviroments I am dealing with this quarter

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After I wrote my last post about my eLearning course, I started thinking about Learning Environments (LEs). I made concept maps for both of my classes that include the designed LE as well as the personal learning environment (PLE) I’ve … Continue reading

PLEs and the new industrial revolution

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This blog post discusses PLEs (Personal Learning Environments) and how they are needed based on how this new industrial revolution we are in is changing education. The author discusses a 7-country study on ICT Learning (ICTs stand for Information and … Continue reading