Published on February 22, 2014
EPORTFOLIOS Carol Teitelman firstname.lastname@example.org http://goo.gl/RtEQKq
What ARE ePortfolios? “A reflection of the student as a person undergoing continual personal development – not just a store of evidence” Helen Barrett
IN YOUR WORDS OR GRAPHIC OR SOUND:
What ARE ePortfolios? A report card shows letters and numbers... a portfolio shows growth and knowledge.
ePortfolio described http://nancy-rubin.com/2011/10/16/eportfolio-explained-visually/
What have we done in the past?
What do I do with?
Kinds of Portfolios • Working • Display, Showcase, or Best Works • Assessment From Charlotte Danielson and Leslye Abrutyn
More Specific Portfolios Community Service Interdisciplinary Unit Subject Area Portfolios Employment Portfolio Skill Area Portfolios
Choose the type portfolio that you want to make with your class(es). Go to http://goo.gl/hCdU1Q Add your name and the type of portfolio you would like to start with.
Start with the End in Mind...
Goal? Purpose? • What do you want people to see? • Who is the audience?
Portfolios Documenting process Displaying product... • • • • • • Chronologic Reflective Working Thematic Accountability or Showcase http://goo.gl/RtEQKq
Collection of Artifacts
Collection • What is collected? • Why is it collected? • Who decides?
WHAT WILL YOU COLLECT? Use the chat to name ONE artifact/product/example of work that you KNOW you want to include.
The Power of Reflection “We don’t learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience.” John Dewey
Student Reflection Tools • https://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dd76m5
Steps in a Non-Linear Process
Reflection Cycle https://sites.google.com/site/k12eportfolios/resources/reflection-cycle
Feedback An example “flow” http://www.scribd.com/doc/9336533/ePortfolios-and-Assessment-for-Learning
Portfolios Documenting process Displaying product... • • • • • • Chronological Reflective Working Thematic Accountability or Showcase Audience?
Audience • Walled Garden • Open to “Real World” • Different Audiences, Different Roles
Tools for ePortfolios • Ability to collect multiple formats of evidence of growth, learning, change • May provide platform for larger audience (and feedback)
TOOLS YOU USE! In the chat, list ONE or TWO tools you use that will be necessary for ePortfolio building.
Collection Spaces • • • • • • • BULB State provided, district provided WIX folioforme Google sites LearnerJourney Digication
Blogs as collections Examples: http://kidblog.org/MissDsClass2/ http://kidblog.org/missdunsigersclass/author/Jo
Wikis as collections • Wikis – Wikispaces Examples: http://ah-bon-french.wikispaces.com/home https://jesseportfolio.wikispaces.com/Visual+Art
Online Tools - Audio VoiceThread
Online Tools – photo editing
Online Tools for Writing E B 9 T S StoryB o ok Cre ators
Apps • Screenchomp (free) • Jing (Free) • Showme (free) • Storykit (free)examples • Voicethread (best with paid subscription) • Evernote • Pinterest
Google…”it’s in there”
Other Tools • Scanners • Digital cameras • Video cameras • Audio recorders • Mobile Phones
Your Toolchest Vote for the tool you use the most: a.Digital camera b.Digital recorder c.Scanner d.Mobile phone e.Tablet f.Document Camera
The magic of portfolios lies not in the portfolios themselves, but in the process used in creating them and the school culture in which documented learning is valued. http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/197171/chapters/The-Types-of-Portfolios.aspx
It’s about providing a true reflection….
Wat itt no hk hs Gail Lovely for sharing her slides on ePortfolios to be the foundation of this presentation. Presented by Carol Teitelman email@example.com Twitter: @cteitelman Blog: Oh, the Places You’ll Go http://www5.esc13.net/thescoop/distancelearning/
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