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Leveraging the Potential of Personal Learning Networks for Teacher Professional Development - Doctoral Research Study

Started this discussion. Last reply by Norma-Jean Nielsen Apr 25, 2016. 11 Replies

Dear Fellow Educators:    My name is Katherine Maloney and I am a doctoral student at the University of Phoenix.  My dissertation focuses on how educators are using their Personal Learning Networks…Continue

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"Hello! Thank you so much to everyone who completed my survey, and especially to those who agreed to participate in Phase II of the study.  I now have all the data I need and am starting the analysis process :)  I look forward to sharing…"
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"Hello! I am still looking for participants.  If this topic interests you at all, please consider responding to my survey! Thanks so much in advance, Katherine"
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Leveraging the Potential of Personal Learning Networks for Teacher Professional Development - Doctoral Research Study

Dear Fellow Educators:    My name is Katherine Maloney and I am a doctoral student at the University of Phoenix.  My dissertation focuses on how educators are using their Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) for professional development purposes.  I need your help.  Please click on this link if you are able to spare 5 minutes or less of your time to complete a short survey containing 13 questions concerning your use of a PLN for…See More
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