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The Importance of Online Personal Learning Networks.

EdTech4Beginners

Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) are the groups of people around us that help us develop skills and knowledge. People who you network with. Many teachers are now learning from each other online. But my favourite way of learning is through Twitter chats.

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6 Key Personal Learning Network Literacies Every Educator Needs

The 21st Century Principal

“We now live in a world where even twelve-year olds can create their own global classrooms around the things about which they are are most passionate,” writes Will Richardson in an essay entitled “Navigating Social Networks as Learning Tools.” Richardson adds this about our students, “Most of them have no adults, neither teachers nor parents, in their lives, who can help them see and employ the learning potential at hand.” Personal learning network cultivation.

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Tools for Building a Personal Learning Network (PLN)

EdTechSandyK

Today at the Spring TCEA TECSIG meeting, Kim Garcia and I are presenting on Tools for Building a Personal Learning Network in one of the breakout sessions. blogs facebook pln tcea TECSIG twitter

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Grow Your Own Personal Learning Network

Nik Peachey

This is just a quick posting to share a session on building your own Personal Learning Network, that I did for teachers in British Council Bilbao recently (25th September 2010). School of the Present Survey Results: Mobile learning for ELT Best Nik Peachey.

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Recognizing the Digital Assets You Have at Your Disposal

A Principal's Reflections

I have also been blessed to observe great examples that members of my Personal Learning Network (PLN) make available on social media. Text There is nothing easier than whipping up a tweet or update to be posted on Facebook or LinkedIn.

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Building a Personal Learning Network (PLN) on Twitter

EdTechSandyK

The Personal Learning Network (PLN) that I''ve built on Twitter over the past couple of months has become an amazing resource for learning about what''s going on in the educational technology world. One thing I''ve learned about using the web and Web 2.0

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5 Baby-Steps for Using Twitter to Begin a Personal Learning Network

The 21st Century Principal

“Social media has offered us a platform where we can learn from and with the smartest people we ‘meet’ from around the world, whenever we need to or are ready to go.” Scott McLeod & Chris Lehman The School Leader’s Guide to Social Media Personal Learning Networks existed long before there was an Internet. I am perhaps showing my age, but my first “Personal Learning Network” used very little of the technologies we use now.

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It’s New Year’s…Yeah, But…

CUE

This is how things are done, it’s worked in the past, this is how they learned. But… When asked what they learned, both students replied: “We learned to look up a picture, copy it and label.” If we don’t know how, let’s seek to learn.

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Join the Shake Up Learning Facebook Group!

Shake Up Learning

The post Join the Shake Up Learning Facebook Group! appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Ready to Shake Up Learning in 2017? Join our Facebook Group! Looking to connect and learn with like-minded educators? I just joined the Shake Up Learning Facebook Group!

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Taking your Professional Learning from 2D to 3D

Edsurge

Speaking on panel at the PBS Digital Innovators event, Brown talked up the rise of the online spaces for collaboration, also known as personal learning networks (PLN) as enabling anyone, even those who in remote areas or who feel more introverted, to come together to collaborate and share ideas. These networks, often found on Facebook or Twitter, are spaces where educators around the world can meet each other to share ideas and best practices.

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A PLN Quick Start Guide

A Principal's Reflections

Image Credit [link] Most educators I talk to have no idea where to begin when attempting to create a PLN that meets their teaching and learning needs. tools and how they can be utilized for teaching and learning. Wikis encourage information sharing and collaborative learning.

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To Teach Digital Citizenship Effectively, Educators Say It’s Time to Unblock Social Media

Edsurge

This year, on September 27, 2017, the American Association of School Librarians made a point to encourage their members to raise awareness about “overly restrictive blocking of legitimate, educational websites and academically useful social networking tools in schools and school libraries.”. Learning how to behave online responsibly and safely—a concept known as digital citizenship—requires access to social media tools in schools, they note. We must keep learning first.

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A Personal Question for All Teachers

Edsurge

What does it mean to make learning personal? It’s no secret that teachers take their jobs personally. For the past three years, we’ve asked educators from every state to share, in their own words, how they make learning personal. So far, we’ve traveled to 28 cities across 23 states, in regions both urban and rural, to learn how educators are helping every student grow, and to amplify their voices by sharing their experiences.

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The Scarlet Rating: How One ‘Improvement Required’ School Seeks a Turnaround

Edsurge

However, school leaders Sarah Pedrotti and Jessica Torres are on a mission to flip the failure narrative and rebrand their school by motivating their teachers through personalized professional development. Kindergarteners in Mrs. Shuler's classroom learning how to implement their learning stations! Starting with social media such as Facebook and Twitter, the two make it a priority to celebrate the accomplishments of students and teachers in their school on a daily basis.

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The Dilemma of Entrepreneurial Teachers With Brand Names

Edsurge

The journalist goes on to point out conflicts of interests and ethical confusion when entrepreneurial teachers such as Delzer working in resource-poor community institutions—where many teachers across the nation have to get supplies and classroom staples by opening their wallets or begging from donors (or both)—have ties to high-tech giants like Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft (GAFAM). Education Technology Personal Learning Networks Community

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How to Introduce a Young Scholar to Twitter

ProfHacker

[ Maha Bali is Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. I am in Egypt and this happening in my morning, so I selected people from my PLN ( Personal Learning Network ) who were in UK and Australia timezones.

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Thankful

The Playground Advocate

My wife, along with several other people I know, has been making daily posts on Facebook this month, sharing the things she is thankful for. I learn everyday from passionate people locally, across the state and throughout the world.

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A little more conversation

Learning with 'e's

Now it depends on how you define CPD, but for me it is the personal learning you require to sustain, enhance and extend your own capabilities within your professional practice. This learning can come in many forms. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e''s.

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I am a Connected Educator

The Playground Advocate

I connect in person, through email, over the phone, through Skype, via social media, with collaborative web tools and through the social portions of the websites and blogs I read. As an educator, I care about teaching and learning. I want to learn how best to recover when I fail.

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Social Media in Education Resources and Guides

Educational Technology Guy

Educators can learn, share, connect and more with educators from around the world. There are many different social media networks, and lots of ways to use them. facebook Google for Educators google plus social media twitter Social Media is an incredible resource for education.

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Engage With Your Learning Community: MasteryConnect (a CommonCore Resource)

Kleinspiration

MasteryConnect has created a killer, time-saving Facebook button for getting a profile photo. But now (drumroll please) you can also choose to pull your profile picture from Facebook!

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Social Media Guide and Resources for Educators

Educational Technology Guy

Educators can learn, share, connect and more with educators from around the world. There are many different social media networks, and lots of ways to use them. free resources social media social network Social Media is an incredible resource for education.

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The Digital Natives We Teach Are Creating A Number Of New Challenges.

EdTech4Beginners

To put it simply, our students are often better at learning about new technologies than we are. Learn from the digital natives! Use their strengths and foster a collaborative class who all learn together.

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10 Things to Think About Before You Post

The Daring Librarian

I''ve been on Twitter professionally now for 6 years, and I have an AMAZING & generous personal learning network of followers - so being careful, upbeat, positive and mindful of what I Tweet is important to me. I don''t use Facebook - we just never got along.

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What's YOUR Twitter Formula?

The Daring Librarian

Twitter: Professional or Personal? When I speak to groups, I often talk about how I use Twitter as my main source of rich professional development and as a transformational PLN builder (Personal Learning Network). I don''t use Facebook personally or professionally at all.

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Four Steps to Building a Thriving Online Community for Every Teacher

Digital Promise

Many connected educators tout the value they’ve found in developing a Personal Learning Network, or a “PLN.” Instead of calling it a “Personal Learning Network,” she called it “Teachers of Armstrong Community.”

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Separation and connection

Learning with 'e's

At the time of writing, Facebook boasts over 845 million subscriptions and this statistics grows each month. And that's just Facebook. Six Degrees of Separation is a useful book because it illuminates the science behind our daily use of Facebook, Twitter and other social media.

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Who we are

Learning with 'e's

Are you the same person online as you are in real life? Can you separate your professional identity from your personal identity? The concept of identity (personal and professional) is a complex one. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e''s. Who are you?

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Thinking in networks

Learning with 'e's

Build your network and always think in networks. Social media has simply provided an increasingly powerful range of tools to extend personal learning networks (PLNs) to virtually any part of the world. Other networks are available.

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The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with 'e's

Finally, I will suggest that there are five key objectives to achieve if universities are to achieve success in the use of learning technologies in the future. A Social Web that supports learning Staff at the University of Plymouth have been using Web 2.0 The Network Society.

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10 Super Geeky Tips for the New Year 2013

The Daring Librarian

Oh and in the small print of my comic I said 3 important things - Change your passwords twice a year, have a different password for Facebook because FB''s security is notoriously craptastic, and a diff password from ANYwhere else for your bank that is randomly generated.

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Giveaway: New Teacher Chat 5th Year Birthday! #ntchat

Teaching With Soul

Giveaway Guidelines- Please read carefully: Give a Like to New Teacher Chat on Facebook. Winner will be announced Wednesday May 13 on Twitter with the #ntchat hashtag after the chat and on the New Teacher Chat Facebook page !

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What My Parents Taught Me About Leadership

A Principal's Reflections

During my early years of blogging I always posted each post to my personal Facebook page and emailed my parents a live link. Here is some context before I detail what I learned about leadership from my parents.

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A Wrap Up Of Day 1 At #FETC

The Web20Classroom

Held in Orlando, educators from across Florida and the world really, are here talking educational technology and learning together. Personal Learning Networks-Holly Atkins Notes- [link] While I am no expert on Personal Learning Networks I do speak a lot about them and profess their usage so I enjoy to hear other perspectives on them and their creation.

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3 Simple Steps to Help Students Become a Global Citizen

The CoolCatTeacher

The Arab-Israeli Conflict simulation out of the University of Michigan is a powerful way to connect and learn and so are ePals , iEarn , Taking IT Global and many transformative organizations. We all have a lot to learn!). Step 2: Build Your Personal Learning Network (PLN).

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