PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, my-ple-diagram - Coggle Diagram
PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
PELs are tools, sources of information, connections, and activities that individuals use to learn.
Web 2.0 catches the students' attention and motivates them to learn whatever subject or topic they wish to.
Learning then becomes more student-centered where all students have access to a variety of learning resources
As students demanded more comprehensible and meaningful information, there was an urgent need to switch from traditional teaching methodologies.
Teachers can support their students in the classroom by helping them recognize and organize their PLE as well as by familiarizing them with the many digital sources available.
Three main parts:
Access to information: tools and resources connected to the search, acquisition, management, use and administration of the information.
How we create and subsequently share information: the practices, tools and resources connected to the modification, creation and dissemination of data.
Who we connect with – our Personal Learning Network: the activities, tools and resources used to communicate and collaborate with others
The PLE created by Jeremy Hiebert
Reflecting: reviewing, connecting concepts, synthesizing, blogging, working in groups
Collecting: aggregating, storing, organizing and filtering contacts, artifacts and information.
Publishing: select, modify, combine and publish; e-portfolios, blogs, etc.
Connecting: people and information, group-forming, shared goals, interests and information
Four C’s model by Chris Sessums
Create: generate ideas, research, write, and bring content into being.
Collect: gather articles, tools, data, images and resources.
Communicate: share ideas, convey information, ask questions, reflect, respond, comment, and clarify.
Collaborate: synthesize, work with peers, and engage one another.