From personal to social: learning environments that work
Keywords:Personal Learning Environments, social lerning, Informal learning, Higher Education, Secondary Education
VLE (Virtual Learning Environments) are rapidly falling short to meet the demands of a networked society. Web 2.0 and social networks are proving to offer a more personalized, open environment for students to learn formally as they are already doing informally. How can we as teachers enhance the digital skills of our students to promote a more effective, meaningful learning? This paper aims to provide some strategies in the implementation of the use of PLE's with students as well share some examples both from Higher Education and Secondary levels.
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