Posts Tagged ‘PLN’:

NCCE 2011 is in Portland, yeah baby!

I’m so thrilled when NCCE 2011 comes to Portland because that means I get to sleep in my own bed and show my PLN buddies the beautiful city.  Early bird registration ends January 31st so get your registration in ASAP. Here are my plans: Wednesday 3/2/11 Attend the Teacher Librarian Summit II with Mike Eisenberg.

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Building at PLN at NCCE

I got home last night from the Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE) conference in Seattle.  I’ve attended this conference off and on for many years and have presented sessions the last two.  I was really looking forward to meeting more of my NW friends in my PLN.  There wasn’t much activity on #ncce10 the

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Reading and writing Blogs to build your PLN – Part III

“A blog is merely a tool that lets you do anything from change the world to share your shopping list” ~Unknown DESCRIPTION: Educators blog for many different reasons. They blog about their experiences teaching, their philosophies, and their methodologies.  They share projects their students are working on or use their blog to organize collaborative projects. 

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Using Social Networking sites to build your PLN – Part II

“Repeat after me, this is not an information revolution, it is a relationship revolution” ~John Hagel DESCRIPTION: Social networking is a means of communicating and sharing information between two or more individuals using an online community.  There are as many types of educational social networks online as there are interests and subject areas.  The main

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What is a PLN and why do I need one?

Martha Thornburgh and I are presenting “What is a PLN and why do I need one” at the upcoming NCCE 2010 conference in Seattle.  We are fleshing out some of our ideas for our session so I thought I would blog some of our ideas. A PLN is a Personal Learning Network.  A PLN is

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