14 juin 2019

What Constitutes Personal Learning Environments?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Sebastian Fiedler[Edit][Delete]: What Constitutes Personal Learning Environments?, Seblogging [Edit][Delete] March 3, 2006
Seb Fiedler summarizes some of the recent discussion around personal leaning environments. Good, recent, set of links. He writes, "I treat personal learning environments more as a psychological perspective. What forms my 'personal learning environment' at a given point in time, and for a particular purpose or goal (that drives a learning project), is largely determined by the range of resources that I am able to perceive, locate, link to, access, manage, and so forth". More...

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Personal Learning Environment Model

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jeremy Hiebert[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environment Model, HeadsPaceJ [Edit][Delete] February 21, 2006
I don't think I've covered this (sorry if I have) and I don't want to risk it passing by without comment. In this item, Jeremy Hiebert revises his Personal Learning Environment (PLE) model. I'm not quite sure I'm there with it. I like the idea of trying to get at the function, rather than the type, of applications involved. But a lot seems missing. Where is personal identity? Where is community? I want to see 'who am I' and 'who do I know' as prominant in such a diagram. More...

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05 juin 2019

Blogging and the Changing Environment of Education and Collaboration

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Christian Long[Edit][Delete]: Blogging and the Changing Environment of Education and Collaboration, think:lab [Edit][Delete] January 20, 2006
Important. "We live in a remarkable world where the Internet has moved from a research experiment to a social curiosity to a dot.com frenzy to a normal part of each of our day-to-day existence. In many ways, schools and classrooms are at the center of it all. Computers are tools and in many ways similar to pens and radios and a screwdriver in the fact that they exist simply to help us do things. On the other hand, the raw existence of the Internet is something far more powerful. More...

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Personal Learning Environments

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jeremy Hiebert[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environments, HeadsPaceJ [Edit][Delete] January 12, 2006

Jeremy Hiebert responds nicely to the concern that personal learning environments cannot replicate the functionality of learning management systems: "Isn't this a bit like criticizing the design of a screwdriver because it doesn't work well for hammering nails? As far as I know PLE's were not created to facilitate the process of institutions educating students -- they're designed to help learners manage their own learning. More...

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Personal Learning Environments and Virtual Learning Environments

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Unknown[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environments and Virtual Learning Environments, myWORLD Open Source ePortfolio [Edit][Delete] January 11, 2006

This is a very useful analogy and might be the best approach yet to the divide between personal learning and learning management systems: "To explore hostile environments we bring micro-climates with us in the form of clothing, space suits, boots, sea kayaks, ships, aeroplanes, etc. I may well choose to enter a VLE clad in my PLE or go off exploring on my own or with friends without feeling the need to let the teacher know. More...

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23 mai 2019

FIPHFP - Aménagement de l'environnement de travail

emploi fiphfp handicapLe FIPHFP prend en charge les aménagements de l’environnement de travail afin de compenser la situation de handicap de la personne sur son poste de travail. Le FIPHFP finance uniquement le surcoût lié au handicap. Plus...

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Learning Environment Design for Learners and Teachers

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Gerry White: Learning Environment Design for Learners and Teachers, Education.au November 23, 2005

This working paper argues that while a learning management system is suitable for distance learning, the wider scope of e-learning requires not just an LMS but a set of tgools, characterized in seven layers or types of service. Good discussion, moving in the same general direction as other commentators cited here. More...

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Virtual & Managed Learning Environments

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Unattributed: Virtual & Managed Learning Environments, Learning Link October 24, 2005

Stephen Powell writes in ITForum (which I can no longer link to, thanks to a new login barrier): "I have been working on an evaluative framework for Online Learning Environments... From this work we identified three broad categories that need considering when making choices about ILE. These are:
- Learning - Focuses on aspects related to the learning process and pedagogical design.
- Administration - Focuses on the organisational, management, and administrational issues with the institution
- Technical - Focuses on both the technical and infrastructure requirements and support required". More...

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11 mai 2019

La participation du public dans le champ environnemental

Logo FUN En application de la convention d’Aarhus et de l’article 7 de la Charte de l’Environnement, les citoyens ont le droit d’être informés et de participer à l’élaboration des décisions publiques ayant une incidence sur l’environnement. Plus...

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07 mai 2019

Personal Learning Environments are Getting Closer

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Graham Attwell: Personal Learning Environments are Getting Closer, The Wales-Wide Web November 9, 2005
Kudos to the Personal Learning Environments Blog for posting the best logo I've seen in a long while (if you don't see it, your email reader does not support .png images). As Graham Attwell says of personal learning environments, "Instead of the learner logging in to a university based system the leaner is able to integrate multiple contexts and sources of learning and develop their own 'learning mix'. More...

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