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Social Learning 2.0 A-Z of Visuals  for Key Concepts
A = anyone ~ anywhere ~ anytime ~ anyplace ~ always on
<ul><li>A - aggregators </li></ul>
B - Blogs ~ a superb literacy learning tool
B – blogging, blogosphere
Blue sky thinking with my head in the  clouds Always consider the  beliefs  that lie hidden
wordle.net-my delicious bookmarks 22Jan09 My professional learning journey   Bookmarking - a social activity
C - connecting and networking for professional learning Collaboration Commentary Communication Conversation and … converge...
Gravity magazine connections
G – gaming, generational change, google Intel new technology
My igoogle page 18jan09 Google – Blogger, Reader, gmail, Picasa, Sites, shared stuff …
L - literacy, RSS feeds, information overload
CHANGE ~ beliefs, thinking, practices to transform teaching
L = Laptops for learning. OLPC program has led the way
Michael Wesch videos
M - media mobile, mlearning
 
M – media sharing on SlideShare, Flickr and similar tools
Fastforwardblog.com Micro-blogging
Twitter followers using Twitter mosaic
Designed by Jeff Utecht Immersion Evaluation Know it all Perspective Balance I would add reflection and review P - persona...
UK Personalised Learning:  A Practical Guide
S- social media participation
How crowds work? What roles and activities suit you?
 
 
Social web learning -->  historical perspective
Thoughts on How-Tos <ul><li>Be receptive to change </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborate </li></ul><ul><li>Create opportunities </...
Look out for beacons and lighthouses of effective practice.
Log and winding road to sustainable change
Look for well-defined tracks to travel.
macoun.edublogs.org. READ to LEAD
 
Participatory Producer-user Social learning Read-write web 2.0 learning
Aim high, listen carefully and look beneath the cloud for personal professional knowledge that needs to be transformed.
 
 
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Sociallearning2.0 Concepts And Visuals Mar09

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This show with its focus on social learning continues the thinking of my previous shows. The issue for educators is how to best use all these new media tools to improve teaching and learning.

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Sociallearning2.0 Concepts And Visuals Mar09

  1. 1. Social Learning 2.0 A-Z of Visuals for Key Concepts
  2. 2. A = anyone ~ anywhere ~ anytime ~ anyplace ~ always on
  3. 3. <ul><li>A - aggregators </li></ul>
  4. 4. B - Blogs ~ a superb literacy learning tool
  5. 5. B – blogging, blogosphere
  6. 6. Blue sky thinking with my head in the clouds Always consider the beliefs that lie hidden
  7. 7. wordle.net-my delicious bookmarks 22Jan09 My professional learning journey Bookmarking - a social activity
  8. 8. C - connecting and networking for professional learning Collaboration Commentary Communication Conversation and … convergence
  9. 9. Gravity magazine connections
  10. 10. G – gaming, generational change, google Intel new technology
  11. 11. My igoogle page 18jan09 Google – Blogger, Reader, gmail, Picasa, Sites, shared stuff …
  12. 12. L - literacy, RSS feeds, information overload
  13. 13. CHANGE ~ beliefs, thinking, practices to transform teaching
  14. 14. L = Laptops for learning. OLPC program has led the way
  15. 15. Michael Wesch videos
  16. 16. M - media mobile, mlearning
  17. 18. M – media sharing on SlideShare, Flickr and similar tools
  18. 19. Fastforwardblog.com Micro-blogging
  19. 20. Twitter followers using Twitter mosaic
  20. 21. Designed by Jeff Utecht Immersion Evaluation Know it all Perspective Balance I would add reflection and review P - personalised, PLE, PLN, PLC, participation
  21. 22. UK Personalised Learning: A Practical Guide
  22. 23. S- social media participation
  23. 24. How crowds work? What roles and activities suit you?
  24. 27. Social web learning --> historical perspective
  25. 28. Thoughts on How-Tos <ul><li>Be receptive to change </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborate </li></ul><ul><li>Create opportunities </li></ul><ul><li>Embrace effective practice </li></ul><ul><li>Follow early-adopters </li></ul><ul><li>Interact professionally </li></ul><ul><li>Laptops and netbooks </li></ul><ul><li>Learn, learn, learn </li></ul><ul><li>Manage micro-learning </li></ul><ul><li>Network </li></ul><ul><li>Participate actively </li></ul><ul><li>Produce and share </li></ul><ul><li>Social learning </li></ul><ul><li>Think laterally </li></ul><ul><li>Your ideas here: </li></ul>Pedagogy and then TOOLs
  26. 29. Look out for beacons and lighthouses of effective practice.
  27. 30. Log and winding road to sustainable change
  28. 31. Look for well-defined tracks to travel.
  29. 32. macoun.edublogs.org. READ to LEAD
  30. 34. Participatory Producer-user Social learning Read-write web 2.0 learning
  31. 35. Aim high, listen carefully and look beneath the cloud for personal professional knowledge that needs to be transformed.
  32. 38. Produced: March 2009

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