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Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely
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Beginning ePortfolios K-8 by Gail Lovely

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  • 1. BEGINNING EPORTFOLIOSGail LovelyGail@GailLovely.com
  • 2. What ARE ePortfolios?“A reflection of the student as a person undergoing continual personal development – not just a store of evidence” Helen Barrett
  • 3. What ARE ePortfolios?A report card shows letters and numbers...a portfolio shows growth and knowledge.
  • 4. ePortfolio described• http://nancy- rubin.com/2011/10/16/eportfolio- explained-visually/
  • 5. What ARE ePortfolios?Of course...We CAN ask Google...
  • 6. Student Voice
  • 7. Student Voice
  • 8. Student Voice
  • 9. Student Voice
  • 10. Student Voice
  • 11. Student Voice
  • 12. What have we done in the past?
  • 13. Start with the End in Mind...
  • 14. Goal? Purpose?• What is the purpose?• Who is the audience?
  • 15. PortfoliosDocumenting process Displaying product...• Chronological • Thematic• Reflective • Accountability or Showcase
  • 16. Kinds of Portfolios• Collection• Reflective• Feedback• Selection and Presentation
  • 17. Collection of Artifacts
  • 18. • What is collected?• Why is it collected?• Who decides?
  • 19. The Power of Reflection“We don’t learn from experience.We learn from reflecting on experience.” John Dewey
  • 20. Student Reflection Tools• https://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dd7 6m5s2_198dpqjztgj
  • 21. Steps in a Non-Linear Process
  • 22. Feedback• An example “flow”• http://www.scribd.com/doc/9336533/ePortfolios-and-Assessment-for-Learning
  • 23. PortfoliosDocumenting process Displaying product...• Chronological • Thematic• Reflective • Accountability or Showcase Audience?
  • 24. Audience• Walled Garden• Open to “Real World”• Different Audiences, Different Roles
  • 25. Tools for ePortfolios • Ability to collect multiple formats of evidence of growth, learning, ch ange • May provide platform for larger audience (and feedback)
  • 26. Online Tools• Blogs – http://classblogmeister.com/index.php Examples: http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blo gger_id=272811&show=all http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blo gger_id=322869&show=all
  • 27. Online Tools• Blogs – http://kidblog.org/home.php Examples: http://kidblog.org/MissDsClass2/ http://kidblog.org/missdunsigersclass/autho r/Jocelyn/
  • 28. Online Tools• Blogs – http://edublogs.org Examples: http://09tristanb.edublogs.org/ Other: http://mjgds.org/students/elizai/ http://mjgds.org/students/manyag/
  • 29. Online Tools• Wikis – http://wikispaces.com Examples: http://cwojtera.wikispaces.com/Student+p ages
  • 30. Online Tools• Voicethread – http://ed.voicethread.com/ – Example: http://teachingsagittarian.com/2009/03/v oicethread-as-a-digital-portfolio/ – Helpful: http://sites.google.com/site/reflection4lea rning/elementary-school
  • 31. Online Tools• Littlebird Tales – http://littlebirdtales.com Example: http://littlebirdtales.com/tales/view/story_i d/11058 (imagine, if you will, better content here...)
  • 32. Online Tools• Glogster Edu – http://edu.glogster.com Example: http://schooladmin9592.edu.glogster.com/ portfolio-ideas/ http://glovely.edu.glogster.com/glogsterex amples/
  • 33. Online Tools• AudioBoo (app too) – http://audioboo.fm Example: http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2011/05/ 26/digitizing-an-elementary-writing- portfolio/
  • 34. Other Tools• Scanners• Digital cameras• Video cameras• Audio recorders• Mobile Phones
  • 35. Apps• Screenchomp (free)• Showme (free)• Storykit (free)• Voicethread (best with paid subscription)• Evernote• Wordpress• Tumblr• Threering• Explain Everything
  • 36. Professional Resources• On the website...• http://ezportfolios.yolasite.com
  • 37. The process of collecting, selecting, and reflecting on the work in a portfolio is what makes it powerful. The portfolio is a representation of what students know and are able to do, and the opportunity to present that work to an audience of peers, parents, and teachers shows that the world can take the students’ work seriously. By David Niguidula, in his chapter “Digital Portfolios and Curriculum Maps” of the book Curriculum21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs (ASCD, 2010)
  • 38. It’s about them... • Gail@GailLovely.comhttp://ezportfolios.yolasite.com/

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