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Tools and Teaching Strategies

 
 







 

Portal

  • My Own Information Space
  • Designing for what I want to learn and what I must learn
  • Managing and organizing my space
  • Connecting to best resources and tools I like to use
  • Designing a safe learning environment





In these columns, we will list tools that link to pages where they are described with hints on teaching

Possible Tools and
Teaching Tips for Portal Creation


  1. iGoogle or the Start Page within Google Apps for Education

Tools and Teaching Strategies to help children, teens, and adults create their own Personal Learning Environments by David Loertscher, Carol Koechlin
and You

Note, During Spring 2012, SJSU students will be using this site as a development workshop







 
 
 
 
 
My Personal Learning Network
 
  • Who I Learn With
  • How I learn best
    • using best strategies and tools
    • Building personal competence and collaborative intelligence
    • In both formal and informal environments
  • What I create
    • personal and collaborative products

 


 

Who I Learn With: Building a network of people, blogs, news feeds, websites, and other information sources I pay attention to on a regular basis


Tuning in to the voices I want to listen to:

  • Examples for Teacher Librarians
  • How would we help kids, teens, and adults choose their sources to attend?


 

How I Learn Best


Tool Recommendations


Research Projects


Digital Curation


What I Create

Tools for Creating Products:









 
 
 
 

 
 

 
Personal Portfolio

  • Demonstrating what I know and can do
    • Archiving knowledge, skills, and products that demonstrate personal expertise and collective understandings
  • Creating My Public Face
    • Presenting my self to the world
    • Broadening my learning communities







Demonstrating what I know and can do






 
 


Creating My Public Face

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