Friday, February 11, 2011
PLN stands for Personal (or Professional) Learning Network. In my opinion, every educator should belong to several PLNs. There are so many of these groups to be found on the Internet today that there really isn't a good reason not to take advantage of these resources. This particular PLN page is yet another resource that holds a wide variety of tools, ideas and teaching strategies for using technology in the classroom. The difference with this site is that all of the ideas are provided by hundreds of teachers who are active in teaching right now. The list is constantly being updated. There are discussion forums, video postings, tutorials, Twitter chats and so much more. There are also at the time of this post, 89 sub-groups you can become a part of.
If you want to become part of an active Professional Learning Network for teachers, this is the place to hang out.
Posted by Linda Kaiser, PhD at 11:12 AM