Where I Learn

I came across an interesting discussion post in a course I am teaching. The post wanted to know where I learn and how I manage my professional learning network (PLN) I try to respond in a variety of ways to model possible responses, and for this one I created an infographic.

Oddone et al., (2019) remind us that the theory of connectivism is more than just using networks to gain new knowledge, but more about the individual who is driven to learning and collects and synthesizes that new knowledge into the individual’s situation. I like this prompt because it assumes the generation and management of a  PLN is an individual’s job. Creating and managing a PLN demonstrates initiative beyond any one job or employer and more commitment to a profession. In the digital age, you should have a healthy professional PLN presence to signal to future employers your core passions.

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