Integrating ICT into the MFL classroom:: Introducing the aPLaNet project!
Autonomous personal learning networks for language teachers (aPLaNet) is a two year EU project funded by the Life Long Learning Programme designed to encourage language teachers who don't normally use social media in their professional life to see...
What is a PLN, anyway? – Teaching Village
10 Tips for Setting up your Twitter Profile | Pooky Shares
If you're getting started on twitter or setting up a new profile, here are ten tips to get your account off to the best start.
TeachMeet Leeds 2011 - Julian S Wood
Building your Personal Learning Network | Langwitches Blog
A Personal Learning Network (PLN) is a group of people you count on to: guide you in your learning be your source of advice and resources make you aware of learning opportunities share their best practices point you to answers and support This...
Reflections of a Teacher and Learner: “Professional Development Beyond Conference Walls” - My Pre...
10 Steps to Kick Start Your Twitter Network |
When you join Twitter it can seem a strange little place, with it's own rules and secret ways.
What does the MFL Twitterati mean to you? - Joe Dale on
Results of tweets generated from a group of UK based Language professionals to the question What does the MFL Twitterati mean to you?
Twitter as a professional development tool - Social Media for Working & Learning
Twitter graphic from Spoon Graphics As you all know, Twitter is #1 on the Top 100 Tools for Learning list this year for the second year running. Those who voted it into the top spot, know how important and valuable it has become for them.
Your Personal Support Network - Articles - Educational Technology - ICT in Education
The Educational Technology - ICT in Education website is aimed at teachers, users, leaders and managers of educational ICT. Published by Terry Freedman, a UK-based independent educational consultant.