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Building your Personalized learning Network for personal PD

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Think about what digital tools you use to learn new things?
What other digital tools do you use for personal projects?

Why should you be in charge of your learning and professional development?
How do the ISTE standards for teachers outline learning like this type of learning?
Why should you learn the 3 C’s: Collect, Curate and Collaborate?
Learn how to utilize technology to learn, create a Personalized Learning Network and contribute professionally.

Chunk

Learn about the 3 C’s and process/think
Collecting
Collecting VS. curating


Collaboration
What is Collaboration?


Process, Why should you do all 3 of these? Should you always make it to collaboration?
As an Empowered Professional, ISTE Standards for Educators, You should continually improve your practice by learning from and with others. Building your own personalized Learning Network is a great way to do this. Building this network using digital tools can help you stay current with research that supports improved student learning outcomes etc. as well. Also as a Learning Catalyst you should dedicate time to collaborate with both colleagues and students. You can use digital collaboration tools to work with other educators locally and globally. This is also an excellent example as we ask students to do the same thing.
Tools for Collection:
Flipboard
Google+

I use or have used all of these tools and like them as a place to collect and sometimes to move on with more C;s
Scoopit

I use Pinterest and Twitter primarily from these tools. Have you used Twitter? Check out this video to see how you can use it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoPcJ5eKFA4
Tools for Collaboration

Blogging
Linkedin

Using Office 365 or G suite products really depends on who you are collaborating with. I have used either or depending on who I am working with. I have also started using facebook private groups as well.


Now that you know some of the tools you can use and the 3 C’s. Let's look at how and why you should build a PLN.

Personal Learning Networks are all about sharing, collaborating, and learning from each-other.

Resources:


Chew

Now it's your turn!
Dive In!

  • What tool are you going to pick to work with?
  • How are you going to focus on curation and collaboration?
  • Who is your accountability buddy?


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