Personal learning environment: Different views from the making
I teach a graduate course for the Boise State University’s Educational Technology program called Social Networked Learning. I discussed it in Educators as Social Networked Learners and Educator as a Social Networked Learner: Presentation Materials.
One of the assignments later in the course is creating a diagram of one’s personal learning environment. Some previous activities students completed prior to this assignment include: joining Twitter, using Facebook for our class communities, following and contributing to Twitter hashtags and Tweet chats of their choice, attending live webinars of their choice, and joining additional online communities related to their professional interests.
These are the directions provided to the students:
Now that you’ve added more online communities to your PLE, create a diagram to represent them.
- Create a PLE diagram of your online communities. See examples PLE Diagrams at http://edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLE+Diagrams.
- Represent at least 10 different online communities in your graphic and explicitly show…
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