Published on March 13, 2014
ePortfolios in PE AASSA 2014
ePortfolios in PE AASSA 2014 1. Purpose Why we use it 2. Theoretical Underpinnings Where we got the idea 3. In a Nutshell How it works 4. “Suite” Solutions Tools we use 5. Tips and Tricks What to do and what not to do… 6. In Action This is how we do it
Purpose Why we use it The Physical Education portfolio at ISC has the purpose of recording movement skills developed through the student’s study years at ISC. This portfolio provides teacher, student and parents information about the movement skills development from Early Childhood Education to High School as means to generate evidence of individual growth and performance. Portfolios are also powerful assessment and reflection tools.
Theoretical Underpinnings Where We Got the Idea Evidence Reflection Tech BYOD ePortfolio
In a Nutshell How it works Teachers and students document evidence from the classroom. ● Students are informed of the learning objectives of the unit. ● Students record a pre-assessment video. ● Classes are given for students to practice and record their work. (Teacher available for help.) ● Using Three Ring students can upload their own work from any mobile device or computer. ● Media can be tagged by standards, units, assignment type as you add it to Three Ring. ● Encourage students to compare artifacts and reflect over their work. ● Self-assessment and peer-assessment tool. ● Project-Based Learning, Standards-Based Grading, and other innovative approaches.
“Suite” Solutions Tools we use Three Ring
Tips & Tricks 1. To do #1 a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 2. To do #2 a. 1 3. To do #3 a. 1 b. 2 Not to DoTo Do 1. Not to do #1 a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 2. Not to do #2 a. 1 3. Not to do #3 a. 1 b. 2 Three Ring a. No need to major set up, only login and password; b. Organize your tags c. Upload directly to blog; d. Reflections can be posted right away; e. Time saving, can be done in class. To Do Google sites a. Site creation is necessary from each student. b. Sharing and uploading videos takes time, and can lead to unnecessary student exposure. c. Time consuming, need to be done at home. Not to Do
In Action This is how we do it EARLY CHILDHOOD AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ➔ Teacher set up accounts, tags and classes. ➔ Teacher records and uploads videos and pictures. ➔ Students choose when to be recorded and if the video is good. ➔ Teacher assess students work and reflection on the video. SECONDARY SCHOOL ➔ Teacher set up accounts, tags and classes. ➔ Students have the information for their videos under tags. ➔ Teacher inform students of the learning objectives ➔ Students record movies (before and after unit completion), post and reflect on them. ➔ Teacher assess students development throughout 1st and 2nd video and reflection.
Bibliography • http://www.bu.edu/eportfolio/using/ • http://threering.com/ • Three Ring image: http://img.scoop.it/Yxb25wPyhhqRpFV8067pFYXXXL4j3HpexhjNOf_P3YmryPKwJ94QGRtDb3Sbc6KY
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