Los Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje (PLEs): una nueva manera de entender el aprendizaje

  • Adell J
  • Castañeda L
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Nowadays, PLE (Personal Learning Environments) is one of the most interesting concepts in the educational technology debate. In the discussion about PLE, technology and pedagogy are confronted, but at the same time as usual are mutually dependent. The PLE is a product of the confluence of several factors, including the widespread Web 2.0 tools and services at almost all educational levels and modalities. Nevertheless, according the authors opinion, PLE is not a technological system intended to replace or complementing the existing ones. It is a new approach about how can we use information and communication technologies in order to enhance both, initial and lifelong learning. The present chapter attempts to define and clarify the concept, explore some didactic implications of it, as well as propose some ideas about the impact of it in diverse learning contexts.




Adell, J., & Castañeda, L. J. (2010). Los Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje (PLEs): una nueva manera de entender el aprendizaje. (R. Roig Vila & M. Fiorucci, Eds.), Claves Para La Investigación En Innovación y Calidad Educativas. La Integración de Las Tecnologías de La Información y La Comunicación y La Interculturalidad En Las Aulas. Strumenti Di Ricerca per l’innovazione e La Qualità in Ambito Educativo. La Tecnolo. Alcoy/Roma: Marfil – Roma TRE Universita degli Studi.

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