- My Personal Learning Network (Lynn Chartrand, @lynn_chartrand)
My Personal Learning Network is beginning to evolve. Presented here are my thoughts on my own PLN.
- PLN (Pamela Koski Bryant, @BryantKoski)
Expanding my PLN is actually a concern of mine. I started full time teaching in August of 2018. Before this, I was in industry working in the fields I am teaching. I want to make sure I keep expanding my knowledge base to better serve my students. I think that extending (or expanding) my PLN… Read more »
- Extending backwards in time to when posting about extending my PLN (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)
Please enjoy the time travel back to August, 2018.
- Cultivating My PLN Garden (Mel Young, @melyoung00)
Cultivate a PLN full of marigolds — educators that will protect you from weeds and pests, and ensure you grow into a healthy and strong educator yourself.
- Extending Your Personal Learning Network (PLN) (Sidney, @data_professor)
Here are some of the activities I engage in to expand my PLN: Try to follow new and interesting people on twitter. Look at who people I am interested follow, and follow some of those people too. As of right now, I am following 1,709 people and 384 are following me. I currently have 326… Read more »
- Who Are You Plugged Into? (Danny Smith, @ProfessorDannySmith)
I’ve found teaching a little isolating and so have created a PLN to help me create and be a part of the teaching community. My post describes 3 ways in which I built my PLN.
- Extending my PLN through Twitter (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)
My beginning steps to creating a PLN.
- Extending Your PLN – Extenders4Life (Steven Secord, @stevensecord)
The blog post response to this activity discusses the process I used over the past couple of years to build my PLN and how that process is very similar to doing research using databases and articles.
- Extending my PLN with Twitter lists (Helen DeWaard, @hj_dewaard)
I use Twitter lists to ‘gather people’ around a topic or event. I share these lists with those attending or sharing around the topic or event. This not only helps me remember who was there, but extends my own and other’s PLNs.