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  • On the future directions: Maybe some kind of a research project on how the portfolio process and writing reflections helps students become more confidant about their new profession? Another future direction would be to add a peer feedback process to our existing process. Perhaps require students to work in small groups to provide feedback on portfolios during 2-3 points during the semester. Or maybe require students to include some kind of social media tool to allow for feedback from their site supervisor? http://www.aaeebl.org / Continue to improve student reflections Research on portfolio process and writing reflections as factors that effect confidence Peer feedback on portfolios throughout the semester Incorporate social media for supervisor feedback their ability to link assignments to standards in a meaningful way. As technology improves to provide more dynamic student-lead presentation

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  • E-portfolios and Wimba: Sharing Student Reflections Across an Online Program Judi Repman Elizabeth Downs Georgia Southern University
  • E-portfolios and Wimba: Sharing Student Reflections Across an Online Program
    • Session Description
    • Online master's in Instructional Technology program
    • e-portfolio process
    • Successful strategies
    • Lessons learned
  • ITEC School Library Media Certification Program
    • All courses match specific AASL standards
    • Projects (key assessments) in program cover AASL standards
    • 150 hour practicum
    • Portfolio is requirement of practicum
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  • Standards, Practicum, Portfolios
  • Portfolio History http://www.flickr.com/photos/arrdeejayy/4877962562/sizes/m/in/photostream/
    • Face-to-face
    • Portfolio presentations required Saturday meeting.
    • Students used CD’s or flash drives to present their portfolios.
    • Online
    • The practicum experience was one of the biggest challenges faculty faced in online transition (ie. site visits and portfolio presentations).
    • Early online Blackboard portfolio presentations used PowerPoint.
    • Students controlled the desktop.
  • Current Portfolio Procedures
    • Presentations are combined among 2 or 3 classes
    • 2 or 3 faculty attend each presentation session
    • Presentations are scheduled from 6:00-9:00 pm during the last week of classes
    • 7 or 8 portfolio presentations per night
    • Student portfolios on wikis or websites
    • Google Docs is used to organize portfolio presentation time slots
    • All artifacts are embedded
    • Student creativity is encouraged
  • Portfolio Requirements
    • Current resumé (linked to portfolio)
    • Philosophy statement (linked to or embedded within portfolio)
    • Practicum log/journal/blog (linked to portfolio)
    • Experiences table showing hours in P-12 schools (linked to or embedded within portfolio)
    • Professional involvement including conference attendance and membership in a professional organization is documented (could be part of resumé or otherwise linked to portfolio)
    • Artifacts to support AASL standards
  • Assessment
  • Portfolio Presentation Instructions
    • Attendance required
    • Working headset (microphone and speaker)
    • Access our class WIMBA and FRIT 7737 Portfolio Presentation Sign Up (Google Docs)
    • Presentation time limited to 10 minute “ Show and Tell ”
    • During your presentation go to the “Options” button and click on “lock talk.”
  • Portfolio Sign Up
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  • Examples of Student Portfolios
    • FRIT 7737 Portfolio Examples
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    • Create portfolios prior to practicum semester
    • Review student portfolios prior to presentations
    • Structure – Class Wiki for Portfolios
    • Instructions – throughout the semester on portfolio contents
    • Examples – previous students’ portfolios are available all semester
    • Practice – provide a night for students to practice
    • Be prepared for the unexpected (technology, weather interruptions, crying babies, spouses on cell phones, etc.)
    • Research on portfolio process and writing reflections as factors that effect confidence
    • Peer feedback on portfolios throughout the semester
    • Incorporate social media for supervisor feedback
  • Judi Repman jrepman @ georgiasouthern.edu Elizabeth Downs edowns@georgiasouthern.edu