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Brief overview of our e-Portfolio journey at Elm Park School. Presented at Rototuna Primary School on 13 August 2010.

Brief overview of our e-Portfolio journey at Elm Park School. Presented at Rototuna Primary School on 13 August 2010.

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  • U6 contributing school, East Auckland. Decile 6, ~40 ethnicities, roll 570-630.
    3rd year as lead school in eastnet ict-pd cluster. 1st year AtoL contract.

  • U6 contributing school, East Auckland. Decile 6, ~40 ethnicities, roll 570-630.
    3rd year as lead school in eastnet ict-pd cluster. 1st year AtoL contract.

  • more formative assessment focussed, aligns with NZC, focus not on technology but on the learning
  • Infrastructure - 2007 computer suite turned into classroom, computers and laptops into classrooms. 2008 - DP in every room, camera in every room. Built up numbers of computers per room from 4 to 6-8. Aiming for 8-10 over several years. Still need to get headphones! No longer purchase desktops for classrooms as laptops provide more versatility.
  • Knet chosen as the portal to use as we already had it in the school although under-utilised
  • 2010 expectations
  • Key competencies are included from 2010 - this will allow us to bring in all curriculum learning areas within the context of key competencies (concept rather than content based learning)
  • Barriers - monitoring consistency, pedagogy/classroom practice, teacher capability/confidence/attitude, time management, parent education/engagement, how to write good goals/learning intentions, success criteria, reflections
  • Key competencies (to include all learning areas), parent education, parent logins, interoperability to avoid double entry, consistency (esp comments), collaborative conference up-skilling, increase student ownership, assess to learn contract - goals/success criteria, sustainability (ICT lead teacher release, hardware)
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    • 1. Our Purpose For students to become self- regulated/ self directed life long To provide evidence of leaners... learning, specific achievement data and next learning steps.
    • 2. EVERY class has ... wireless & cabled a digital network access camera laptops with 6-8 computers webcams and access to: microphone video data projector and cameras, speakers tripods, iPods
    • 3. KnowledgeNet Comic Life iWork: Pages KidPix Keynote iLife: Numbers iMovie iPhoto iTunes Web2.0 tools: GarageBand Flickr Vocaroo Voicethread DivShare Google Apps Fotobabble Photo Booth
    • 4. e-Portfolio Contents Literacy and Numeracy goals Reflections by students, teacher and parents Evidence of progress - work samples, reading data, numeracy stage, cumulative graphs etc Spelling/basic facts - graphs and expectations
    • 5. e-Portfolio Contents continued My Competencies - self assessed rubrics, teacher comments, relates to all curriculum areas Teacher Feedback - a general comments area My Achievements - certificates, awards, accomplishments - home and school More About Me - student selects work they are proud of and would like to share
    • 6. Barriers
    • 7. Where to next ?

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