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    Getting Started
    Join The League Learning Network
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    Join Twitter and Follow Others. Tweet when you're ready. Get Started: http://twitter.com
    See also:
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Wednesday, June 27

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    Part 1 - Overview
    Take your professional learning community to the next level by using powerfully simple online tools for collaborating with colleagues. Learn how new technologies can help your professional learning community access information, capture the conversation, and focus communication. Extend the conversation online with powerful two-way communication tools, and discover the power of reaching outside the PLC for new innovations by building an online personal learning network (PLN). This session includes an overview of powerful search techniques, document sharing tools, data collection (and analysis) software, social networking services, and much more that you can share with your entire staff when you return to your site. Best of all, everything you’ll learn about is free.
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    Another Window (Quicktime{PLC and Tech.mov} (Quicktime Format)
    {PLC and Tech.pdf}
    Welcome Activity
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    This is changing our world!
    And an overview of the following sections...
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    Google Docs
    Google Docs is an online office suite that allows you to create, edit, share, and publish documents, including spreadsheets and presentations. Because everything is stored and even modified on the web, Google Docs makes it easy to collaborate with colleagues - and even to edit the same document from multiple computers simultaneously. This session will focus on the use of Google Docs to promote and support collaboration within a PLC, including strategies for creating common assessments, sharing best practices, and capturing the conversation - even between meetings. This one tool can revolutionize the way your PLC collaborates. And it’s free.
    Intro Discussion
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    Activity 1: Who are we?
    No Google account is required!
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    this demo survey .survey.
    View the results .results.
    Demonstration: View summary.
    Demonstration: Create and publish a chart.
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Wednesday, September 1

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    Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
    Personal learning is one of the foundations of a successful PLC - and an element of any successful organizational change effort. This session focuses on tools that can be used by any member of a PLC to build their own Personal Learning Network (PLN), which can not only support their own professional development but can also be an efficient means of diffusing innovation within the PLC. Learn to connect with a community of like minded professionals, make contributions, have conversations, and make requests in your times of need. Powerful free tools and social media such as Twitter and Ning make this possible.
    Note: Start Recording
    Presentation Slides
    Quicktime Video Format to View or Download
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    Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
    Personal learning is one of the foundations of a successful PLC - and an element of any successful organizational change effort. This session focuses on tools that can be used by any member of a PLC to build their own Personal Learning Network (PLN), which can not only support their own professional development but can also be an efficient means of diffusing innovation within the PLC. Learn to connect with a community of like minded professionals, make contributions, have conversations, and make requests in your times of need. Powerful free tools and social media such as Twitter and Ning make this possible.
    Presentation Slides
    Quicktime Video Format to View or Download
    Welcome Question
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    Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
    Personal learning is one of the foundations of a successful PLC - and an element of any successful organizational change effort. This session focuses on tools that can be used by any member of a PLC to build their own Personal Learning Network (PLN), which can not only support their own professional development but can also be an efficient means of diffusing innovation within the PLC. Learn to connect with a community of like minded professionals, make contributions, have conversations, and make requests in your times of need. Powerful free tools and social media such as Twitter and Ning make this possible.
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Presentation SlidesPresentationPresentation Slides
    Quicktime Video Format to View or Download
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Welcome QuestionWelcomeWelcome Question
    Who makes up your learning network?
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Learning to Network & Networking to LearnLearningLearning to Network
    Make Connections
    Make Contributions
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    Make Requests
    David Jakes' Post on The Strength of Weak Ties: http://jakespeak.blogspot.com/2007/11/strength-of-weak-ties.html
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Two-Way Web StoriesTwo-WayTwo-Way Web Stories
    Introduction to the Two-Way Web
    Blogs
    Example: http://edtechlife.com - And
    And
    a Story:
    More: http://supportblogging.com
    Workshop Wiki: http://blogifyoulovelearning.wikispaces.com
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    Or Create Your Own Social Microblogging Community: http://shoutem.com/ (Example: http://teach42.shoutem.com/ )
    Or Use A Social Microblogging Service Meant For Education: http://www.edmodo.com
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Learning to Network & Networking to LearnLearningLearning to Network
    Make Connections
    Make Contributions
    Make Conversation
    Make Requests
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Getting StartedGettingGetting Started
    Pick Three Blogs to Read.
    Try These Three: http://weblogg-ed.com http://www.davidwarlick.com/2cents/ http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/
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    More Resources about why you might want a PLN: http://lwictpln2009.wikispaces.com/The+5Ws+of+PLNs
    NEW: Read Jeff Utecht's Book, Reach .
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Reflection QuestionReflectionReflection Question
    How do you plan to expand your learning network?
    Online Evaluation
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    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC
    Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
    Personal learning is one of the foundations of a successful PLC - and an element of any successful organizational change effort. This session focuses on tools that can be used by any member of a PLC to build their own Personal Learning Network (PLN), which can not only support their own professional development but can also be an efficient means of diffusing innovation within the PLC. Learn to connect with a community of like minded professionals, make contributions, have conversations, and make requests in your times of need. Powerful free tools and social media such as Twitter and Ning make this possible.
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Presentation SlidesPresentation Slides
    Quicktime Video Format to View or Download
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Welcome QuestionWelcome Question
    Who makes up your learning network?
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Learning to Network & Networking to LearnLearning to Network & Networking to Learn
    Make Connections
    Make Contributions
    Make Conversation
    Make Requests
    David Jakes' Post on The Strength of Weak Ties: http://jakespeak.blogspot.com/2007/11/strength-of-weak-ties.html
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Two-Way Web StoriesTwo-Way Web Stories
    Introduction to the Two-Way Web
    Blogs
    Example: http://edtechlife.com - And a Story: David Warlick commented on my blog! (In 2005)
    More: http://supportblogging.com
    Workshop Wiki: http://blogifyoulovelearning.wikispaces.com
    Get Started: http://www.blogger.com
    Jeff Utecht's Original Post about 25% Time and Professional Development: http://www.thethinkingstick.com/?p=96
    RSS
    OLD Example (Bloglines - Shared): http://www.bloglines.com/public/markdouglaswagner
    NEW Example (Google Reader - Shared): http://www.google.com/reader/shared/user/10649784667868956453/state/com.google/broadcast
    Workshop Wiki: http://reallysimple.wikispaces.com
    Get Started: http://reader.google.com
    And More...
    Wikis
    Example: http://hmtech.wikispaces.com
    More: http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com
    Wikis for PD: http://edtechlife.com/workshops/
    See Also: http://www.wikipedia.org and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
    Workshop Wiki: http://wikiwhileyouwork.wikispaces.com
    Get Started: http://wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers
    Podcasts
    Example: http://k12onlineconference.org/
    More: http://www.epnweb.org
    Workshop Wiki: http://podcastined.wikispaces.com
    Get started: http://podomatic.com
    Google Docs
    Example: See the presentation slides
    Workshop Wiki: http://googled.wikispaces.com/docs2
    CUE GWE Resources: http://sites.google.com/site/cuegli
    GTA Resources: http://sites.google.com/site/gtaresources
    Get Started: http://docs.google.com
    Social Networking
    Example: http://classroom20.ning.com
    Get Started: http://www.ning.com
    IM and Video Chat
    Get Started: http://www.google.com/talk/ http://www.skype.com http://www.aim.com
    See also iChat for Mac to Mac videoconferencing.
    Streaming Media
    Example: http://www.practicaltheory.org/serendipity/index.php?/archives/896-Learning-From-the-Kids.html
    Example: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/weblogg-ed-tv
    More: http://edtv.wikispaces.com
    Get Started: http://www.ustream.tv
    Social Microblogging
    Example: http://twitter.com/markwagner
    Workshop WIki: http://twittermethis.wikispaces.com
    Get Started: http://twitter.com
    Or Create Your Own Social Microblogging Community: http://shoutem.com/ (Example: http://teach42.shoutem.com/ )
    Or Use A Social Microblogging Service Meant For Education: http://www.edmodo.com
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Learning to Network & Networking to LearnLearning to Network & Networking to Learn
    Make Connections
    Make Contributions
    Make Conversation
    Make Requests
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Getting StartedGetting Started
    Pick Three Blogs to Read.
    Try These Three: http://weblogg-ed.com http://www.davidwarlick.com/2cents/ http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/
    Create and write a blog when you're ready. Get Started: http://www.blogger.com
    Use RSS to read more when you're ready. Get Started: http://reader.google.com
    Join Classroom 2.0. Get Started: http://www.classroom20.com
    Join Twitter and Follow Others. Get Started: http://twitter.com
    Find Others to Follow Using Twellow.com.
    Find Others to Follow Using Google's Follow Finder.
    Find Others to Follow Via Dr. Wagner's Twitter Account.
    See also:
    Liz Davis' post with "Ten Tips for Growing Your Learning Network": http://edtechpower.blogspot.com/2008/10/ten-tips-for-growing-your-learning.html
    Jen Jones' post on "Getting Personal and Staying Professional.": http://injenuity.com/?p=40
    Dr. Wagner's article on "Learning to Network and Networking to Learn": http://edtechlife.com/?p=2067
    More Resources about why you might want a PLN: http://lwictpln2009.wikispaces.com/The+5Ws+of+PLNs
    NEW: Read Jeff Utecht's Book, Reach .
    Building Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) to Support Your PLC-Reflection QuestionReflection Question
    How do you plan to expand your learning network?
    Online Evaluation

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