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EDUU 551 Digital Technology Portfolio

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  • 1. Digital PortfoliosDigital Portfolios Brandman University Educational Applications of Computers Carla Piper, Ed. D. piper@brandman.edu
  • 2. Electronic Portfolio and ThemesElectronic Portfolio and Themes of Education Reformof 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
  • 3. Teacher AccountabilityTeacher Accountability What should 21st century teachers know and be able to do? STANDARDS How can teachers show evidence of knowledge, skills, and dispositions? ASSESSMENT What digital media and technology must teachers and students know how to use effectively? TECHNOLOGY
  • 4. Technology TeachingTechnology Teaching PortfoliosPortfolios Document evidence of teacher competencies Guide long-term professional development Competencies may be locally defined or linked to national 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.”
  • 5. TechnologyTechnology “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)
  • 6. A Richer PictureA 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)
  • 7. Why Use Technology?Why Use Technology? 1. Documents are generally created with a computer anyway. 2. Hypertext links allow clear connections between standards and portfolio artifacts. 3. Can develop skills in using multimedia technologies. 4. Digital portfolios are fun and it is easier to manage the process, especially storage, presentation, and duplication. 5. Digital portfolios make student/teacher work replayable, portable, examinable, reviewable, and widely distributable. Barrett, 1998
  • 8. ArtifactsArtifacts Lesson Plans Linked to Standards ◦ Common Core State Standards ◦ Student Subject Matter Content Standards ◦ Professional Teacher Performance Expectations Unit Plans Assessments Observations – Logs Checklists Evaluations Teaching Cases Student Work Photos and Artwork Videos Academic Research
  • 9. ArtifactsArtifacts
  • 10. DigitalDigital Photos and ScansPhotos and Scans Links to Other Documents, Videos, Presentations, LiveText Documents
  • 11. ReflectionReflection  Written reflections, evaluations, email messages, critiques, recommendations, congratulatory messages, etc. ◦ Peer Coaching and Evaluations ◦ Collaboration, Dialogues  Journal and Discussion Responses  Teaching Cases  VIDEO interviews  Self Assessments
  • 12. Stages for Portfolio DevelopmentStages for Portfolio Development 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 Barrett, 2001
  • 13. Defining the Technology PortfolioDefining the Technology Portfolio Based on NETS for Digital Age Teaching Standards ◦ National Technology Standards for Teachers – ISTE Portfolio sections for each standard ◦ Facilitate and Inspire Student Leaning and Creativity ◦ Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments ◦ Model Digital-Age Work and Learning ◦ Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility ◦ Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership
  • 14. The Working PortfolioThe Working Portfolio  Begin with your Personal Section and add the following at the end of week one:  Personal Introduction  Professional Resume  Two Educational Technology Resource Web Links with Brief Descriptions  LiveText Tutorials - https://sites.google.com/site/livetexttutorials/EDUU551  Save files electronically in folders on your computer and usb drive throughout the course  Save files to the LiveText File Manager  Add artifacts to the LiveText portfolio each week  Add reflections and explanations of artifacts to help you as you refine your portfolio.  Select those artifacts that best demonstrate your proficiency for each NETS for Teachers standard.
  • 15. The Reflective PortfolioThe Reflective Portfolio  Add explanations and descriptions of each artifact submitted.  Select which NETS for Teachers standard your artifact best demonstrates. http://www.iste.org/docs/pdfs/20-14_ISTE_Standards-T_PDF.pdf  Write personal reflections for each NETS for Teachers standard before submitting to LiveText in the final week.  Reflect on how each artifact demonstrates your proficiency with the chosen NETS for Teachers standard.  Save discussion and journal responses that you feel might be appropriate artifacts or contribute to your reflections for different standards.  You can always go back and make changes as you go through the course.  Use your own professional judgment to determine which standard is most appropriate
  • 16. TPACK Framework for TechnologyTPACK Framework for Technology Integration into TeachingIntegration into Teaching  Technology - Knowledge about certain ways of thinking about, and working with technology, tools and resources. and working with technology can apply to all technology tools and resources.  Pedagogy-  Teachers’ deep knowledge about the processes and practices or methods of teaching and learning.  Content Knowledge - Knowledge of concepts, theories, ideas, organizational frameworks, knowledge of evidence and proof, as well as established practices and approaches toward developing such knowledge (Koehler & Mishra, 2009). http://www.tpack.org/
  • 17. TPACKTPACK IntersectionsIntersections http://www.tpack.org/
  • 18. Questions for ReflectionQuestions for Reflection  Why have I included these artifacts in my portfolio?   How do these artifacts demonstrate my technological knowledge and proficiency with this standard?  In what ways might each artifact demonstrate my knowledge of effective pedagogy and engaging teaching practice?  How will this artifact help my students gain subject matter content knowledge and meet academic standards?  How will these websites help me meet this standard?  How might I build on these competencies with this standard in the future and improve my use of educational technologies for teaching and learning?
  • 19. The Connected PortfolioThe Connected Portfolio  At the end of the class, 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 ◦ Common Core State Standards ◦ Academic Subject Matter Standards. ◦ National Technology Standards for Teachers and Students  Be discriminating and select the best evidence for each standard.  At the end of your program, link to your technology portfolio.
  • 20. Determine Best EvidenceDetermine Best Evidence Each week you will have many artifacts through assignments, journals, discussions, and wikis. Pick the artifacts that best represent your proficiency with each NETS for Teachers section. Add technology resource websites you feel will help you achieve each standard.
  • 21. Philosophy of Technology EducationPhilosophy of Technology Education Using the ISTE Technology Standards for Teachers as your guide, provide a rationale for the importance of technology and media education in today's classroom. Focus on 3 key ideas you feel are most significant for your own professional growth as a digital age teacher (1-2 paragraphs). Complete the philosophy statement before submitting final technology portfolio. What role will technology and digital media play in your teaching?
  • 22. The Presentation PortfolioThe Presentation Portfolio Prepare your portfolio for final assessment in LiveText. Check the Technology Portfolio rubric. Link your LiveText Technology Portfolio to your Professional Teaching Portfolio at the end of your Credential Program You may wish to create a Visitor’s Pass or share your portfolio with others.

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