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Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
Faculty e-portfolio
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  • 1. FACULTY EPORTFOLIOS PRESENTED BY Sonali Kuril – 04 Dipti Vig - 09 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 1
  • 2. Objectives By the end of the presentation you will be able to:  State the features of a faculty eportfolio  Describe the features of a faculty eportfolio  Explain the 5 stages of development of eportfolio  List the components of faculty eportfolio  Describe the two types of faculty eportfolio 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 2
  • 3. Content Outline • • • • • • • Learning Objectives What is faculty e portfolio? Types of faculty e portfolio The components of faculty E-Portfolio The stages of E-Portfolio development Features of faculty E-Portfolio Examples
  • 4. What is Faculty E portfolio? 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 4
  • 5. What is Faculty E Portfolio? • Faculty portfolios are collections of evidence intending to document a teachers classroom practice and allow various sorts of comment by colleagues and superiors. • It used for ‘formative’ as well as for ‘summative’ evaluation also.
  • 6. Types of Faculty E portfolio 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 6
  • 7. Type - Teaching Portfolio It is a collection of wide range of activities used: • For improvement of performance • For assessment before promotion, merit and employment decisions • For formative and summative evaluation
  • 8. Type - Course Portfolio • Course portfolio is developed to support ‘formative’ process of reflection, discussion and improvement • Is sometimes used to check readers’ abilities to assess course portfolio • Example: Mills Kelly posed a question in his course portfolio: “How was it that I know using the web in my teaching was improving students understanding of the past?”) 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 8
  • 9. Stages of E portfolio Development 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 9
  • 10. The Stages of E portfolio Development Stage 1: Defining the portfolio’s context • Identification of the assessment context • The purpose of the portfolio • Deciding the goal • Identification of available resources Stage 2: The working portfolio • Selection of software development tool • Identify storage and development medium • Adding style and individuality
  • 11. The Stages of E portfolio Development Stage 3 The reflective portfolio • Reflections are added into the e portfolios • For evaluation and employment application Stage 4 Stage 5 The connect portfolio Representing eportfolio • Creating hyper text linking • Evaluate the portfolio’s effectiveness in light of its purpose and the assessment context.
  • 12. Components of Faculty E portfolio 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 12
  • 13. The Components of E portfolio • An executive summary • An introduction or cover letter • An index of portfolio’s content • Teaching responsibilities • A statement of teaching philosophy • Course design • Teaching strategies and objectives • A description of course materials • Efforts to improve teaching • Essays about the portfolio • A summary
  • 14. Features of Faculty E portfolio 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 14
  • 15. Features of Faculty E portfolio Non linearity Direct and unmediated contact with evidence Interactivity Integrated audio and video displays Portability Power 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 15
  • 16. Examples • • • • • • • • • • • • • • http://people.clemson.edu/~gring/RingPortfolio/Welcome.html https://sites.google.com/site/lwilliamsonambrose/ https://nd.digication.com/ambrose/Welcome/published https://cunyonline.digication.com/carl.grindley/Home// http://blogs.ulethbridge.ca/marlosteed/professional-attributes/ http://plaza.ufl.edu/tdbaker/portfolios/ http://plaza.ufl.edu/tdbaker/portfolios/ http://plaza.ufl.edu/tdbaker/portfolios/ http://plaza.ufl.edu/tdbaker/portfolios/ http://plaza.ufl.edu/tdbaker/portfolios/ http://soaresedportfolio.weebly.com/ http://irenewelch.wordpress.com/ http://karlisedportfolio.weebly.com/ http://www.headwatersdesign.com/gregtait/greg.html 1/5/2014 SNDTWU 16
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