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    • Electronic Portfolios Brandman University Educational Applications of Computers Carla Piper, Ed. D. [email_address]
    • Electronic Portfolio and Themes of Education Reform
      • Teacher accountability to professional certification STANDARDS
      • Authentic ASSESSMENT through portfolios demonstrating achievement of teaching and student learning objectives
      • Develop skills with TECHNOLOGY by creating portfolio electronically
    • Teacher Accountability
      • What should 21 st century teachers know and be able to do?
      • STANDARDS
      • How can teachers show evidence of knowledge, skills, and dispositions?
      • ASSESSMENT
    • Teaching Portfolios
      • Document evidence of teacher competencies
      • Guide long-term professional development
      • Competencies may be locally defined or linked to national teaching standards
      Barrett, 2000 “ A portfolio is NOT a haphazard collection of artifacts (i.e., a scrapbook) but rather a reflective tool which demonstrates growth over time.”
    • Technology
      • “ As we move to more standards-based teacher performance assessment, we need new tools to record and organize evidence of successful teaching, for both practicing professionals and student teachers.” Barrett (2000)
      • “ Likely solution” for collecting, storing, and managing text, graphics, sound, and video. Lankes (1995)
    • A Richer Picture
      • Digital Student Portfolio Project Coalition of Essential Schools (1993)
      • Proposed that we create a tool using computer technology that allows us to create a richer picture of what a student (teacher) can know and do Drawbacks of traditional paper portfolios
        • Performance evidence may not be on paper
        • The materials for presentation may not be easily manageable.
        • "What are we going to do with
        • ALL THIS STUFF ?"
        • “ Logistical nightmare of thousands of papers turning brittle and collecting dust“
        • Niguidula (1993)
    • Why Use Technology?
      • Documents are generally created with a computer anyway.
      • Hypertext links allow clear connections between standards and portfolio artifacts.
      • Can develop skills in using multimedia technologies.
      • Electronic portfolios are fun and it is easier to manage the process, especially storage, presentation, and duplication.
      • Electronic portfolios make student work replayable, portable, examinable, reviewable, and widely distributable.
      Barrett, 1998
    • Artifacts
      • Lesson Plans Linked to Standards
        • Student Subject Matter Content Standards
        • Professional Teacher Performance Expectations
      • Unit Plans
      • Assessments
      • Observations – Logs
      • Checklists
      • Evaluations
      • Teaching Cases
      • Student Work
      • Photos and Artwork
      • Video
      • Academic Research
    • Artifacts
    • Digital Photos and Scans Links to Other Documents and Powerpoints
    • Reflection
      • Written reflections, evaluations, email messages, critiques, recommendations, congratulatory messages, etc.
        • Peer Coaching and Evaluations
        • Collaboration, Dialogues
      • Teaching Cases
      • VIDEO interviews
      • Self Assessments
    • Stages for Portfolio Development Barrett, 2001 Portfolio Development Electronic Portfolio Development Multimedia Development Purpose & Audience 1. Defining the Portfolio   Decide Assess Collect Interject 2. The Working Portfolio Design Plan Select Reflect Direct 3. The Reflective Portfolio Develop Inspect Perfect Connect 4. The Connected Portfolio Implement Evaluate Respect 5. The Presentation Portfolio Present Publish
    • Defining the Personal Portfolio
      • Based on Teacher Performance Expectations
      • Add portfolio sections for each TPE
        • Making Subject Matter Comprehensible
        • Assessing Student Learning
        • Engaging and Supporting Students
        • Planning Instruction
        • Creating Effective Environments
        • Developing as a Professional
    • The Working Portfolio
      • Save files electronically in folders for each class on your computer and usb drive
      • Add artifacts to the portfolio regularly
      • Throughout the credential program, submit signature assignments and marked *artifacts from each course.
      • Add reflections and explanations of artifacts to help you as you refine your portfolio.
      • At the end of your program, select those artifacts that best demonstrate your proficiency for each TPE.
    • The Reflective Portfolio
      • Add explanations and descriptions of each artifact submitted.
      • Select which TPE best fits your artifact.
      • Reflect on how each artifact demonstrates your proficiency with the chosen TPE.
      • You can always go back and make changes as you go through the credential program.
    • Questions for Reflection
      • Why have I included these artifacts in my portfolio? 
      • How do these artifacts demonstrate my competency with this standard?
      • In what ways might each artifact demonstrate appropriate teaching practice?
      • How will these websites help me meet this standard?
      • How might I build on these proficiencies with this standard and improve my teaching in the future?
    • The Connected Portfolio
      • At the end of the credential program, go through your artifacts and select the best demonstration of proficiency for each standard.
      • Make clear connections in your reflection between the artifact, its purpose, and its value in meeting standards.
      • Be discriminating and select the best evidence for each professional standard.
    • Determine Best Evidence
      • At the end of your program, you will have many artifacts.
      • Pick the artifacts that best represent your proficiency with each TPE section.
    • The Presentation Portfolio
      • Prepare your portfolio for final evaluation.
      • Check the Exit Portfolio rubric.
      • You may be asked to share your portfolio with faculty members, academic advisors, or instructors.
      • Have your portfolio ready to show in your exit interview.