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Published on January 19, 2009

Author: sigi

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"PLEs and E-Portfolios – is this the future of education?" : "PLEs and E-Portfolios – is this the future of education?" Working with E-Portfolios at school My situation at school : My situation at school Not flying with the eagles but bound to scratch with the chicken Trying to spread my wings to get off the ground Fighting all the fences around Trying to find other chicken for take off Teaching the young chicks to spread their wings 21st Century Learning : 21st Century Learning formal learning ? non-formal learning ? informal learning ? face-to-face learning ? distance learning ? blended learning ? CONFUSION Has learning changed? : Has learning changed? Teachers want ready-made courses Teachers decide on content Teachers use „push“ techniques Teachers need to control e.th. Teachers need to assess the outcome Virtual classroom = copy of schoolbook Old Learning NO CHANGE Change we need.. : Change we need.. in teaching and learning In school curricula Self dependent, reflexive learning Changing role of teachers Acceptance and support by school authorities Training of teacher students Digital Natives ????? : Digital Natives ????? Students need… : Students need… Scaffolding by tutors a structured workspace to become responsible for their learning to communicate to learn how to work in a team to learn how to give feedback to their peers My approach to change… : My approach to change… Win the students for new forms of learning Use and enhance their digital skills Let them choose their way of showing their skills Get them involved Give them topics they are interested in Make them reflect about their learning Slide 10: think before you post Slide 11: Chat rooms Slide 12: eMails Slide 13: social networking Slide 14: ePortfolio Lernplattform Gehört dem Schüler Schüler bestimmt Layout Schüler bestimmt Ziele Schüler bestimmt Inhalte Feedback Schüler +Lehrer Schüler bestimmt Freigabe Gehört der Klasse Lehrer bestimmt Layout Lehrer bestimmt Ziele Lehrer bestimmt Inhalte Feedback durch Lehrer Lehrer bestimmt Abgabe Perfekt im Doppelpack! SCENE Scenario of an ePortfolio-Project : Ziel und Zweck des Portfolios klären Technik und Medien vorbereiten Blog(s) einrichten Inhalte (Artefakte) sammeln Ansicht erstellen Freigabe der Ansicht Feedback einholen Einreichen der Ansicht Bewertung der Ansicht/ der Arbeit Scenario of an ePortfolio-Project Process Product *) : Process Product *) Chronological Documenting of learning Thematic Documenting of achievement *) Helen Barrett: Lifelong and Life-Wide Portfolios Working Portfolio Presentation Portfolio Example Example Choosing the bits and pieces : Choosing the bits and pieces Mahara features : Mahara features User decides on layout and content Elements of Portfolios = Artefacts Artefacts: Blogs, texts, pictures, documents, audios, videos, etc… Web 2.0 Elements – slideshare, podcasts, videos, albums….. Composing Artefacts = View Unlimited number of views View: focussed on viewer and purpose Individual publishing of views: single user, groups, peers,community, public Time limited publishing for each single view Leistungsbewertung : Leistungsbewertung punktuell, begrenzte (vordefinierte) Bedingungen Produkt-Bewertung abschließend, feststellend einmalig, Zeitpunkt festgelegt eine einzelne Lehrperson danach: die Note weist den erreichten Leistungsstand aus statische Bewertung längerfristige Erarbeitung des Leistungsnachweises Produkt- und Prozessbewertung lernbegleitend, lernsteuernd wiederholbar, Zeitpunkte offen mehrere Personen die geleistete Arbeit (Portfolio) verkörpert den Leistungsstand dynamische Bewertung Herkömmliche Bewertung Bewertung mit ePortfolios Quelle: PH Freiburg PDF: Herkömmliche Leistungsabforderungen Beispiele Lehrer : Beispiele Lehrer MOSEP Blog Sigi Rückblick auf 2008 -Sigi 21st Century Learning – Sigi Projekt Berufsfindung und Bewerbung MOSEP- Helge Workshop E-Portfolio Sigi Students‘ examples : Students‘ examples J-Music von Monja Fleischfressende Pflanzen von Denise Safety on the Internet von Sunny Praktikumsbericht von Steffen (blogs) Praktikumsbericht Sebastian (blogs) Projektarbeit von Jens Photoshop Tutorial – Etienne Photoshop Tutorial Denise Jobs and Career von Fabian Jobs and Career von Denise Alle Beispiele sind nicht perfekt!! Cristina Costa on teaching : Cristina Costa on teaching Good and bad teaching is not associated with the use of technology or the lack of it – it has to do with how much the individual is willing to put into it. Author : Author Sigi Jakob-Kühn, OStR‘in Heinrich-Lanz-Schule II Mannheim sigi@jakob-weinheim.de

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