This 2021, after many time without being together “formally” to talk about Personal Learning Environments, and after almost 5 years without the #PLECONF, some PLE-people (and friends) have decided to try to reedit that amazing spirit and incredible conversation about PLE that are, at least from our point of view, more relevant than ever before.
This track (Track 11) intends to pick up the spirit of the PLECONF. Therefore we will try to make a different approach in our session that allows us to learn and share. To achieve this, we have asked our authorship teams to record a video with the most critical points of their papers, and THIS is going to be their actual presentations of their papers.
Now, we have most of them and want YOU to review them and have a first approach to the conversation.
The PLE TRACK session at TEEM Conference will be on October 28th, Thursday, at 17:30 (Central European Time) and will have a duration of 1 hour and a half and we intend it to be an interactive online discussion It means it will not be a traditional presentation session.
Still, we will have collaborative discussions on fundamental aspects that can help us to understand the PLE topic better and advance our understanding of it:
what do we know about PLE?
what aspects still give us questions about PLE?
And what are the future research and development challenges around PLE?
Therefore, THIS is an invitation to take part in TEEM 2021 and on this #PLE session. To watch some of the videos (preferably all of them) and join us in the session… ah! and be prepared to discuss and talk.
Supporting Students’ Control and Ownership of Learning in the Multimodal Learning from a PLE Perspective Urith N. Ramírez Mera and Gemma Tur
Has Covid-19 emergency instruction killed the PLE? Luis Pedro and Carlos Santos
Deeper Mapping: PLE diagrams, PKM Workflows and Scholarly Ontologies Mike Cosgrave
Personal Learning Environments as Digital Spaces that are Collaborative, Adaptive, and Autonomous Nada Dabbagh and Maurine Kwende
The Personalized Learning Interaction Framework: Expert Perspectives on How to Apply Dimensions of Personalized Learning to Workforce Training and Development Programs Helen Fake and Nada Dabbagh
Personal Learning Environments: looking back and looking forward Graham Attwell
Graham Attwell is Director of Pontydysgu. He is an Associate Fellow, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick and a Gastwissenschaftler at the Insititut Technik und Bildung, University of Bremen.
Born in 1953 he has a BA (Hons) degree in History from the University of Wales: Swansea College.
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