Building an EDC Community Resource: Developing a Guide to Support an Educational Developer’s Portfolio

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by Judy Chan, Isabeau Iqbal, and Lucas Wright, UBC

by Judy Chan, Isabeau Iqbal, and Lucas Wright, UBC

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  • 1. Building an EDC Community Resource: Developing a Guide to Support an Educational Developers Portfolio Judy Chan, Lucas Wright, Isabeau Iqbal, Shaya Golparian & Jason McAllistair
  • 2. Session Objectives • To engage educational developers* in the creation of a Guide on developing an ED (e)portfolio • To create a positive sense of community and ownership regarding the potential use of ED (e)portfolios in our practice • To engage Ed developers in thinking about how to document and evidence their own practice * Educational developers, educational technologists, instructional design,
  • 3. ePortfolios • An e-portfolio is a digitized collection of artifacts including demonstrations, resources, and accomplishments that represent an individual, group, or institution.
  • 4. The ED Portfolio “Educational developers’ roles are multiple and complex and the means to measure their success are often elusive.” (Wright and Miller, 2000, p. 27) An ED portfolio is used as an authentic tool to articulate, reflect upon and evidence ED practices, approaches and impact.
  • 5. Collaborative Intentions Your Role • Openly explore new ideas, be innovative, creative and have fun • Listen to each other and build upon other’s ideas • Ask for clarification when needed Our Role • Ensure that we stay on time and keep the discussion focused • Ensure participation and help to create a relaxed, collaborative atmosphere • Ask for clarification and further reflection
  • 6. The World Café 1. Collaboratively explore 3 questions 2. Rotate through café conversations (15 minutes each) 3. Record and build upon each others ideas 4. Open debrief to prioritize themes (Adapted from Brown and Isaac, 2005; Prewit, 2011)
  • 7. Over to you! “If I can “look out” through your view and you through mine, we will each see something we might not have seen alone.” (Senge, 2006, p.231)