ePortfolio Pedagogy

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  • 1. Presented in 2011 by: Ashley Kehoe ePortfolio Program Manager Loyola University Chicago Center for Experiential Learning portfolios as pedagogy finding your direction:
  • 2. To truly understand the value of portfolio learning , take some time to reflect on the student experience today …
  • 3. a vision of students today A Vision of Students Today was created by Michael Wesch, Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University, in collaboration with 200 of his students. Click to Watch
  • 4. ePortfolios are… From: Converge Magazine , Summer 2008, “Know Your ePortfolio,” by John Ittelson, Ph. D. Click to Read “… fulfilling a greater need for individuals to be able to document and share …in ways that are richer than an educational transcript .”
  • 5. ePortfolios can… … enhance conventional teaching & learning strategies by allowing for:
  • 6. actionable assessment reflection & meaning-making professional development integrative learning
  • 7. reflection & meaning-making ePortfolios… enhance the depth of learning create a space for processing facilitate identity formation
  • 8. integrative learning ePortfolios… foster connections among skills, knowledge, & experiences provide a holistic approach to learning
  • 9. actionable assessment ePortfolios… are evidence-based demonstrate competence emphasize skills
  • 10. professional development ePortfolios… provide a storage space & software for showcasing experiences , skills, & abilities to faculty & employers
  • 11. Looking back to the Vision of Students Today , remember what was once said about the chalkboard …
  • 12. “… the inventor of the system deserves to be ranked among the best contributors to learning and science , if not the greatest benefactors of mankind .” 1841, on the benefits of the chalkboard
  • 13. 170 years later, imagine what we can do with ePortfolios…