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E-Portfolio using PEAKS+

E-Portfolio using PEAKS+

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  • 1. E-Portfolio P.E.A.K.S.+ (portfolio for presentation)Hatboro-Horsham High SchoolThe essential questions this portfolio addresses: 1. Who am I? 2. What do I love? (Passion Driven) 3. Where am I going? (Begin with the end in mind & Transition Planning) Personal Characteristics: On this page students reflect on what they know about themselves as learners and workers and explain what is important to them now and for their future. It serves as an introduction to the portfolio. Experience is a “connected” resume. This resume is linked to school and outside websites that connect the reader to the activity and/or agency cited giving the reader an immediate and better understanding of cited experiences.Sue FoxCommunity Learning Coordinator, Hatboro-Horsham School DistrictBlog: http://careerteacher.wordpress.com/ email: sfox@hatboro-horsham.org
  • 2. E-Portfolio P.E.A.K.S.+ (portfolio for presentation)Hatboro-Horsham High School Achievements: Students can show evidence of their learning, work and interests on the Achievements page. They showcase performances, leadership and community activities—even workplace experience. This is where a student presents their work and talents. Knowledge: This is where the student explains their interests and passions. They create and present their plan that includes long, mid and short term professional and personal goals. The plan should be grounded in at least tentative career choices and have a high probability of success.Sue FoxCommunity Learning Coordinator, Hatboro-Horsham School DistrictBlog: http://careerteacher.wordpress.com/ email: sfox@hatboro-horsham.org
  • 3. E-Portfolio P.E.A.K.S.+ (portfolio for presentation)Hatboro-Horsham High School Skills: Students use this page to confirm skills presented in the portfolio via letters of reference. Students must decide who would be a good source for a reference and ask those persons to write a letter of reference. The student then selects a comment from the letter to highlight the skill they feel best represents them and the “story” they are telling with the portfolio. The primary document is embedded on this page. Additional understanding about said skill may also be presented on this page.*The Skills page presented is not from Hannah Hatboro’s portfolio. This is a representation of how astudent page may be presented. The Plus+ page: includes student surveys. Hannah’s include the Interest Profiler (Holland Survey), Work Values and Myers-Briggs surveys. Included for each is Hannah’s understanding of what the survey results mean to her. Other pages in the portfolio confirm her career interests and goals are in alignment with her survey results. If a student’s surveys do not align with goals, the student should address those differences and offer a plan to overcome known obstacles.Sue FoxCommunity Learning Coordinator, Hatboro-Horsham School DistrictBlog: http://careerteacher.wordpress.com/ email: sfox@hatboro-horsham.org
  • 4. E-Portfolio P.E.A.K.S.+ (portfolio for presentation)Hatboro-Horsham High SchoolResources used:Wikispaces (http://www.wikispaces.com/) 1. Hannah’s portfolio: http://hannahhatboro.wikispaces.com/Home 2. http://gettingtrickywithwikis.wikispaces.com/ 3. My portfolio: http://susanfraileyfox.wikispaces.com/home a. The reason I include this i. I built and modeled building a portfolio using my own career so students could see that an e-portfolio is something that everyone can have, keep and use— IOW, it’s not just an assignment for school!Why a wiki when you are not using this in the true sense of a wiki? 1. When used as an educational vehicle, it’s free. 2. The wiki’s pages can be locked keeping student identity private. Student’s must invite and then approve someone to view their wiki. 3. Students “own” their wiki portfolio. They can continue to use it, add to it, and tweak it, etc. long after they leave us.P.E.A.K.S.+ portfolios are presentation portfolios. I am currently researching ways to deepen thisexperience via a working portfolio that would eventually be transitioned to a presentation portfolio. Iam considering the use of Moodle for future portfolio projects. Our IU offers this vehicle (free) todistricts in the IU. For more info on PEAKS portfolio:http://books.google.com/books?id=rr6Fgb4xvK0C&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=PEAKS+portfolio&source=bl&ots=mvyWTrLgdr&sig=oZmmLy52AVNr58Bl1bsTqeqRVVM&hl=en&ei=0UK9Tv7JE8rV0QGdz9DTBA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=PEAKS%20portfolio&f=falseWho are students presenting to? 1. Faculty & peers 2. Colleges 3. EmployersMost commonly used resources:Microsoft PPTGoogle Presentations: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dccxbrj4_16jvmrrsg5Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/Prezi: http://prezi.com/For a more complete list: http://sdst.libguides.com/content.php?pid=192765&sid=1618756Digital storytelling resources: http://sdst.libguides.com/content.php?pid=192765&sid=1618750Avatar resources: http://sdst.libguides.com/content.php?pid=192765&sid=1618739Video makers: http://sdst.libguides.com/content.php?pid=192765&sid=1618749Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/Sue FoxCommunity Learning Coordinator, Hatboro-Horsham School DistrictBlog: http://careerteacher.wordpress.com/ email: sfox@hatboro-horsham.org

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