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  • Trisha Poole – tpoole@csu.edu.au or http://au.linkedin.com/in/tpoole
  • Subject: EEB420 - Reflective Practice in Learning and Teaching in Higher EducationLearner backgrounds = unknownTech skills = unknownKnown = CSU wants them to be using FBL practices
  • To make it relevant, it was important to present exemplars of FBL tools in action
  • EEB420 SG: https://eportfolio.csu.edu.au/pebblepad/viewasset.aspx?oid=220313&type=webfolioEEB420 template: https://eportfolio.csu.edu.au/pebblepad/viewasset.aspx?oid=220296&type=webfolio
  • Requires more investigation and consideration but it is an exciting opportunity that we are exploring more. It’s almost like Christmas – what’s inside the box?

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  • Showing the Difference by Being the Difference Trisha Poole Charles Sturt University School of Teacher Education Flexible Learning InstituteTrisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Contextualisation Context • Professional Portfolio module in Graduate Certificate in University Learning & Teaching • Learners = primarily early career academics at CSU • Hidden agenda = experiences of flexible & blended learning • Tech skills??? ((Knowledge of FBL???)) • Have been introduced to the eportfolio environment but level of competency is unknown • Knowledge of reflecting on practice?Trisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Contextualisation How does one demonstrate to a group of unknown learners the potential of eportfolios and the importance of reflection in ULT?Trisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Showing the differenceby being the difference... Keys • Designed in PebblePad • Designed as an eportfolio • Includes embedded portfolio template • Demonstrates potential and possibilities using PebblePad and online portfolio tools • Built in reflective content and prompts to further develop the sense around professional portfoliosTrisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • What does it look like?Study guide designed as an eportfolio with embeddedexemplars and downloadable templatesTrisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Results The story so far... • Subject finished on October 14 – results soon! • So far, positive feedback, but very informal. • Most feedback has been along the lines of “good to see it in action”Trisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Concluding Remarks/Questions • What do learners in this subject want in terms of professional portfolios and eportfolios? • How can they be encouraged to explore reflective opportunities and use these reflections in their professional portfolios? • If we show them the difference, can they be encouraged to be the difference?Trisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Keys “Take home” messages/results • Showing & being the difference can make the difference • Being reflective through the teaching materials encourages reflection in learners • Encouraging experimentation but not to the exclusion of other methodsTrisha Poole School of Teacher Education
  • Contact Details Trisha Poole School of Teacher Education Charles Sturt University (Bathurst) tpoole@csu.edu.au http://au.linkedin.com/in/tpooleTrisha Poole School of Teacher Education