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    • St Joseph’s Learning Community ePortfolios INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • E-portfolios will benefit our pupils in many ways such as: Increasing collaborative learning through safe social networking Improving parental engagement by encouraging pupils to use their e-portfolio to show their work to their parents Complementing our VLE with a more creative, personalised learning tool Improving pupils’ ICT skills by seamlessly integrating ICT into all their subjects INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • “ An e-portfolio is the product, created by the learner….. a collection of digital artefacts articulating experiences, achievements and learning” INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • “ An e-portfolio is a purposeful aggregation of digital items – ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback etc which presents a selected audience with evidence of a person’s learning” INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • “ e-portfolios are as diverse and unique as the individuals that populate them… ” INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • “ learners should own the content of their e-portfolios ” INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
    • Purposes of e-Portfolios INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Transition
      • Provides an immediate picture of learners’ achievements and needs
      • Can be used to support the learner through the process of transition
    • Purposes of e-Portfolios INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Learning, teaching and assessment
      • Supports the process of learning through reflection, discussion and formative assessment, and providing evidence for summative assessment
    • Purposes of e-Portfolios INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Securing Positive Destinations
      • provides evidence in support of a job application or admission to further study
    • Requirements in BtC5 INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Recognising achievement
      • Profiling and profiles
      • Reporting
    • Recognising Achievement INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Example in BtC 5 of learners using e-portfolios to record achievement
      • Entirely achievable using Student Jotter
    • INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM Using e-portfolios to record achievement Staff in an associated schools group are developing e-portfolios to record achievement across a range of contexts. The portfolio includes personal targets and goals, is updated regularly and is used in conversations between the learner and various staff to discuss progression. Learners add their own pages to reflect and showcase their learning, using photographs of completed work and other relevant evidence. The e-portfolio also contains a selection of relevant resources made available as web links and learners can add further links to their site. The e-portfolio is supported by tutorial time set aside for learner groups. Learners are able to forward the e-portfolio link to potential employers and other learning providers . Learners are developing greater understanding of their learning, and gaining self confidence. They are also developing their skills in reflection and evaluation as well as self management and taking responsibility for their learning.
    • Profiling and Profiles INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • A profile is a snapshot of a child or young person’s best achievements at a given point in time.
      • This can be captured and recorded in Student Jotter
    • Reporting INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • “ Reporting has two main purposes. Firstly, it provides clear, positive and constructive feedback about children’s and young people’s learning and progress, looking back on what has been achieved against standards and expectations. Secondly, it creates an agenda for discussions between learners and those teaching and supporting them about their next steps in learning.”
      • Again, achievable using Student Jotter
    • Student Jotter INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM http ://www.studentjotter.com /
    • Reasons to use (1) INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Allows pupils to record their achievements
      • User friendly
      • Secure
      • Save pages as files
      • Upload files e.g. images, videos,docs
      • Comment on others pages
    • Reasons to use (2) INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Form part of pupil profile at P7 and S3
      • Allows staff to see the achievements of pupils across the curriculum
      • Genuine 3-18 profile
      • Can be made public for e.g. potential employers or university applications
      • Parents can view their child's work
    • Reasons to use (3) INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Blogging and target setting options
      • Change the theme and layout of pages
    • Challenges INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • Time for learners to update their eportfolios
      • Moderating eportfolios (ICT Policy)
      • Time for key adult(s) to view and comment on eportfolios
      • Engage all staff
    • More Information INSPIRE AND TRANSFORM
      • http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-portfolios/emerging-lessons