personal learning environments

EduCamp Colombia: Social networked learning for teacher training

This paper describes a learning experience called EduCamp, which was launched by the Ministry of Education of Colombia in 2007, based on emerging concepts such as e-Learning 2.0, connectivism, and personal learning environments.

Aprendizaje social

Ventajas pedagógicas en la aplicación del PLE en asignaturas de lengua y literatura de educación secundaria. Análisis de cinco experiencias

A lo largo del curso académico 2009/10 los profesores participantes en el proyecto Huerto Digital desarrollaron proyectos prácticos en los que aplicaban estructuras de PLE en la dinámica pedagógica de clase. De esta forma integraron recursos basados en las Nuevas Tecnologías en la enseñanza de los currículums de secundaria de diversas asignaturas.

Hemos analizado cinco de estos proyectos desarrollados en el entorno de asignaturas de lengua y literatura y hemos estudiado las características pedagógicas que más potencian el uso y aplicación de PLEs en el aula.

Using iphone as my “Personal Mobile Language Learning Environment”: an exploration and classification of language learning possibilities.

Social media evolution has taken the world by storm. Our traditional approach to teaching and learning has been fundamentally changed especially these last years with the arrival of mobile technologies and “M-learning”. The new “open educational environment” in which learning occurs has no space and time limits and has become increasingly tailor made for the learners. “Microlearning”, “functional networking”, “direct access to databases”, “time-sharing optimization” are the basic elements of the education theory shaped by mobile communications.

Personal learning environments: concept or technology?

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The renaissance of the Two-Way-Web has produced a massive proliferation of loosely-coupled, networked tools and services and the emergence of a variety of related social practices. This development has not remained un-noticed in the realm of educational design and technology. In recent years it triggered a growing discourse on the predominance and appropriateness of centralised, often institutionally owned and controlled landscapes of tools and services, in formal education.

Patchworking Web 2.0 for learning: Introducing ICT as a professional tool building Personal learning Environments

This paper reports on a teaching experience of the introduction of ICT to higher education students in a complementary professional approach and a Personal Learning Environment (PLE) development approach, as well as a naturalistic study based on this experience.

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