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Pbl E Portfolio Presentation 0807



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  • 1. Creating Opportunity for Inquiry: PBL E-Portfolio Project Brenda Lamb Margot Filipenko Problem Based Learning Department of Language and Literacy Education Cohort
  • 2. The goal of problem-based learning is to develop students’ higher order research, analytical and critical skills, and their capacity for integrating knowledge.
  • 3. Problem Based Learning • Learn and think beyond the facts and information at hand • Look beyond the obvious for solutions to a problem • Learning is collaborative and dialogic in nature, regardless of individual levels of experience • Questioning is ongoing
  • 4. “Working on my E-portfolio provided many opportunities to reflect upon my learning moments and my growth as an educator…I truly appreciate and value the great learning opportunity that this project has given me, and in the future, I will strive to teach students to incorporate self-reflection as part of their learning process as well.” PBL Teacher Candidate, 2007
  • 5. PBL Portfolio Project • PBL E-Portfolio Criteria Rubric • UBC Evaluation Checklist • Attainment of Standards Report • Examples of past PBL E-Portfolios
  • 6. Reflecting on Learning
  • 7. Artifact Selection • How does this artifact provide evidence of professional growth? • How does this artifact demonstrate competency as a teacher? • Can you create a reflection for this artifact that will explain its relevance?
  • 8. Artifact Reflection
  • 9. How can I demonstrate competency? • Artifact • Reflection
  • 10. In which areas am I able to demonstrate competency? • UBC Life-long Standards of learner Practice Respect for all learners