Pondering PLEs

Scott Leslies post on PLEs is a good collation of the elements he has observed when looking at  other PLEs.  Scott’s PLE Wiki is a handy reference point for some of the best representations and thinking in this area. The mistake made with PLEs is to associate it as a single space -ePOrtfolio or Desktop- but more about interrelationships and the way we use  such tools to compose and relate /define our knowledge network. As Scott says -A PLE -is a conceptualization, is an incredibly valuable one…  Knowing how you learn, and how you conceive of the structures and relationships that support your learning, is an important step to becoming a master learner. Scotts diagram works as a distillation of this.

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About thand

I'm a currently working at NSW Departrment of Education & Training, Connected Classrooms Program, Sydney.
This entry was posted in blogging, ePortfolio, Informal learning, knowledge, PLE, Social networking, Web2, Wikis. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Pondering PLEs

  1. Pingback: PLE’s or PLN’s. What are they? and why should I bother? | Connected Classrooms

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