Developing Your Personal Learning Network

I recently discovered a blog post by Lisa Nielsen on “5 Things You Can Do To Begin Developing Your Personal Learning Network“. It contains a wonderful video (see above) by Will Richardson on why teachers should “get outside of the classroom and build our own classrooms and our own curriculum. The change here is that we can really connect around ideas that we’re passionate about” regardless of where we are physically on the globe. After all, in order to fuel the spirit of others, we must fill that of ourselves!

As Lisa points out, the following are easy ways to start/continue building your PLN:

I am so thankful to the thousands of educators and passionate learners I’ve been able to connect with through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twine, Twitter, Ning, and more from sunny sandy Dubai! Through you all, each and every day (every tweet!) is a learning moment.

To one giant global classroom!

Anna

Founder, Bon Education

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2 Responses to “Developing Your Personal Learning Network”


  1. 1 Tom Boito February 12, 2010 at 9:23 pm

    Thanks! I’m working up some presentations on using technology to enhance and build a PLN. This will be useful.


  1. 1 ScholarTech » Blog Archive » Personal Learning Network: How to Choose A Blogging Host Trackback on September 29, 2010 at 6:13 am

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