Monday, June 01, 2009

Your Personal Learning Network

In Teaching and Learning - The Digital Student, I talked about building a PLN or Professional/Personal Learning Network. A PLN is a great way to connect with peers, learn something new, and stay ahead of your students. If you have some time tomorrow, here is a free webinar on building your own PLN, offered by PBS. Even if you're busy, load up the webinar on your wirelessly connected laptop and listen/watch while you're eating diner, doing some work, watching TV, or helping your kids with their homework. That's how your kids and students would do it!
PBS: Email - Join Us Tuesday, June 2 for PBS Teachers Live!
Join PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0 Tuesday, June 2 at 8 p.m. ET for "Summertime and Your Personal Learning Network,"with technology integration specialists Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr and Cheryl Oakes.

In this webinar, our guests will discuss the value of online collaboration and provide guidance for those interested in joining or creating a professional development community during the summer months. They will share their own experiences of expanding their knowledge and improving their practice through online conferences, social networks, and other collaborative technologies. In addition, they will demonstrate tools and best practices to promote technology integration in K-12 classrooms.

To Join This Webinar, Click the Link: Online at Elluminate Live!
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