Mahara eportfolios 5_stages

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the five stages as outline by Dr Helen Barrett, modified for an Australian audience

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Mahara eportfolios 5_stages

  1. 1. MaharaEportfolios<br />Five Stages of Building an Eportfoliio<br />
  2. 2. Collection<br />Selection<br />Reflection<br />Projection<br />Connection <br />How do I begin to setup?<br />Source: Dr Helen Barrett – electronic portfolios<br />What are the five stages?<br />
  3. 3. Collection<br />Learner<br />Facilitator<br />Don’t save everything!<br />Decide on the evidence you have for a field.<br />Choose artefacts that will demonstrate achievements in that field.<br />Provide guidance and templates for methods of collection<br />
  4. 4. Selection<br />Learner<br />Facilitator<br />Selection criteria should reflect the learning objectives that the portfolio is demonstrating<br />Relevant evidence<br />Students can first share their selections for approval by the teacher<br />Validate evidence<br />
  5. 5. Reflection<br />Learner<br />Facilitator<br />Articulate your thinking about that piece of evidence <br />Record as an audio file<br />Guide reflections with open-ended questions or set up a template with headings<br />Record in the blog tool<br />
  6. 6. Projection<br />Learner <br />Facilitator<br />Look ahead and make plans for your future achievements and evidence gathering<br />Set goals for the future<br />Look for the skills gaps<br />Provide guidance for employability skills<br />
  7. 7. Connection<br />Learner<br />Facilitator<br />Present eportfolio to appropriate audience<br />Create Views<br />Share Views<br />Provide guidance on appropriate audience, privacy and cyber safety<br />Create examples in group<br />
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