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Sakai Portfolio k-12 10/4/10

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"NH Focus on ePortfolio Day" will take place October 4th at Plymouth State University. We hope you will join us, as educators from across the state gather for a day of in-depth discussions and …

"NH Focus on ePortfolio Day" will take place October 4th at Plymouth State University. We hope you will join us, as educators from across the state gather for a day of in-depth discussions and presentations on ePortfolios. These discussions will include current ePortfolio uses, as well as future trends for NH's schools. Live stream at http://plymouth.edu/online/events/nhfocus_2010.html

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  • 1. Digital Portfolios Making it Work with Sakai S.A.U. 53 Solution
  • 2. History of Digital Portfolio in New Hampshire
    • July 1, 2005 – New State Standards Take Effect.
    • Based on national standards - including the ISTE NETS-S
    • Standards included digital portfolio requirement
  • 3. New Hampshire I.C.T. Standards
    • Local school boards require an integrated approach to the use of 21 st century tools.
      • Develop ethical and responsible use of technology tools
      • Use with core subject areas
      • Develop cognitive proficiency
      • Develop technological proficiency
      • with hardware, software
      • and network
      • Create and maintain
      • a digital portfolios
  • 4. Local school board provide opportunities for students to demonstrate I.C.T. Competencies
    • Instruction ( optional assessment if used to satisfy ½ credit proficiency for HS graduation)
    9-12
    • Portfolio supports summative assessment by end of 8th grade
    • Assessment rubrics
    • ICT competency
    • Local decisions about rubrics, platforms, materials, etc .
    8th grade
    • Portfolios support instruction (formative)
    • ICT connected to disciplines
    K-8
  • 5. What is Sakai?
    • A Collaborative Learning Environment (C.L.E.)
      • Course management system comprised of multiple Web 2.0 tools
    • An Open Source Portfolio (O.S.P.) system
  • 6.
    • Course Management Menu
    • These features include many Web 2.0 tools in a safe environment for students to work - a walled garden.
    • Resource Folder - An area to place student resources such as content URLs, and class notes.
    • Class assignments, quizzes and test electronically graded and channelled directly into grade book.
  • 7. Collaborative Learning Environment Staff Communication
    • The uses of collaborative learning environments are endless.
  • 8. Three Major Components to the Portfolio
    • The Learning Matrix
    • The Submission Form
    • The Showcase Portfolio
  • 9. Matrices - Learning History Matrix pre k-12
  • 10. Matrices Under Current Development ICT Matrix pre k-8
  • 11. All Matrices can be Output to a Presentation Portfolio
    • All submissions have the option of student reflection, reviewer’s feedback and viewer’s comments.
  • 12. Submission Forms - ICT Matrix pre k-8
    • Submission forms can be created to guide and provide more information about submissions
  • 13. All Matrices can be Output to a Portfolio.
    • Submissions will automatically populate in a standard portfolio that can be navigated by the elements defined in the matrix, in this case subject or grade level.
  • 14. All Matrices can be Output to a Portfolio.
    • User will also be able to design their own portfolio choosing items to illustrate specific growth to a specific audience.
  • 15. All Matrices can be Output to a Portfolio.
    • User can individualize their heading and introduction with personal photos or graphics.
  • 16. All Matrices can be Output to a Portfolio.
    • Links are clickable to download complete assignment.
  • 17. Sample from Portfolios and the Process
  • 18. Work with Teachers and Students to Familiarize them with the Standards And create a planning sheet Creativity and Innovation   Communication and Collaboration   Research and Information Fluency   Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making   Digital Citizenship   Technology Concepts and Operations  
  • 19. Familiarize Staff with plan for Scoring
  • 20. Sample submission from the 3 rd grade
  • 21.  
  • 22. Sample submission from 6 th grade
  • 23. Using the Same Tools for Competencies
  • 24. And for Professional portfolios
  • 25.  
  • 26. If you have any questions… Please contact Deb Boisvert, Technology Coordinator Deerfield School District, [email_address] 603-463-7422 ext 522 Theresa Schneiderheinze, Technology Integrator, Three Rivers School, Pembroke tschneiderheinze @sau53.org 603-485-0539