A great post from Debbie Morrison at Online Learning Insights that flows well into the discussion of lifelong and informal education in museums ala Falk, Dierking, et al. Great way to start the New Year!
Originally posted on Online Learning Insights:
This is part one of a three-part series for educators that describes how to create a rich, robust learning network and virtual space—a personal learning environment that supports professional and personal enrichment for lifelong learning.
I plan to embrace 2013 with a new focus and direction, an emphasis that is different from a resolution. Resolutions don’t work, yet I still look forward to each New Year with a sense of anticipation, energy and a new plan. This year is no exception. I’ve spent much time considering carefully where I want to invest my time and energy, and it begins with a personal learning environment (PLE). A PLE is the hub of personal and professional development, and what better time than the New Year to commit to a renewed focus on one’s personal development.
This year I’ve selected three areas to focus on, of which I’ll write more about in the…
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