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  • U6 contributing school, East Auckland. Decile 6, over 40 ethnicities, roll approx 600.\nfinished 2010 as lead school in eastnet ict-pd cluster and are in 3rd year of AFL.\n
  • After research (Rate, Barret) - 3 main types of portfolios ...\nPresentation - showcase best work, summative\nAssessment - teacher driver, summative\nProcess - learner driven, formative\n
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  • e-Portfolio process - All including reading, numeracy, competencies, general comments, showcase, achievements. Y3-6 also basic facts and spelling. Working towards including peer contributions into e-Portfolios.\n
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  • Quality of goal setting/learning intentions varied across the school - reading progressions trialled this year. Numeracy/strand progressions 2012. All staff participating in AfL this year with our own lead teachers trained in 2011.\n
  • Once goals are set the students use these tools to upload evidence/artifacts and make reflections on their learning.\n
  • No printed reports, other than 6 weeks at school and Year 6 reference. Meet the teacher/goal setting with parents at beginning of year, student led conference mid and end of year. General comments learning journal also included.\n
  • Warning for young players ... It’s all about the process and not the product.\n
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PRT Workshop 2012 PRT Workshop 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • e-Learning @ Elm Park School
  • Our e-Learning VisionThe effective use of e-Learning at Elm ParkSchool will:• Enable students to become 21st century learners.• Increase student engagement and improve student achievement.• Provide evidence of student learning, specific achievement data and next learning steps.• Strengthen home-school partnerships through 24/7 learning conversations.
  • e-Portfolios
  • goals, reflections, evidence, user generated content,Student embedded learningcomments, discussion, reflection and feedback (including achievement data, student led conferences) FamilyTeacher Students Adapted from Nick Rate, 2008
  • LearningJournalsYear 1-6My ReadingMy WritingMy NumeracyMy ShowcaseGeneral Comments
  • Goal Setting
  • KnowledgeNet iPad/iPod Apps iWork: Pages KidPix Keynote iLife: Numbers iMovie iPhoto iTunesGarageBand Web2.0 tools: Flickr Fotobabble Voicethread Google AppsPhoto Booth Comic Life
  • Reporting
  • The e-Portfolio itself is not the most important aspect, it is the process of commenting, reflecting and improving on learning that happens as the e-Portfolio is created that is the central goal.The formative nature of the e-Portfolios places the emphasis on effective pedagogy not technology.
  • Reflection
  • What is ICT?
  • What is e-Learning?
  • Where am I at withmy current e-Learning Practice?Where do I want togo next?
  • Belinda Johnston e-Learning