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NEW! eLearning Web Page

January 16, 2013

There is a team of educators that has a unique opportunity to develop an action plan to teach students and teachers to start training themselves to be life-long-self-learners.  This PLP Learning Network (PLP=Powerful Learning Practice) also heavily involves the sharing of information between users and learners.  It really is a great idea now that there are a million tools out there to use in your classroom.

PLP Connected Learner

What we want to share with all of you, is the start of our action plan that involves a NEW RESOURCE to find

  • New tools
  • Tutorials
  • Resources for lessons, interactive ideas, etc.
  • Grade level specific help by tech clubs and genius kids
  • Flip Instruction help and resources
  • More pages to follow, like PGP opportunities for learning (Webinars, Twitter chats, etc.)

These pages are works in progress, so check back from time to time for more additions. Send us your ideas!

What is eLearning?

You’ll find this page at http://elearning.plymouth.k12in.us

PLP Connected Learning Team:  Brooke Busse and Ryan Anderson; Allie Holland and Beth Corbett; Janice Curtis and Amy Schmeltz

The team traveled to Indianapolis in August for the initial meeting with Sheryl Nusbaum and Will Richardson, must watch 10 Webinars during the school year, meet with team members throughout,  Skype with the PLP Coaches to chart progress, and end with a meeting in Indianapolis in June.  Any ideas to help us are welcome.

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