Shifting Portfolio to e-Portfolio

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The presentation taken from my workshop in ANPS Teachers Conference, October 16, 2010 at Tiara Bangsa (ACS) Jakarta

The presentation taken from my workshop in ANPS Teachers Conference, October 16, 2010 at Tiara Bangsa (ACS) Jakarta

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  • 1. SHIFTING PORTFOLIO TO E-PORTFOLIO ANPS Teachers’ Conference Tiara Bangsa, October 16, 2010
  • 2. A portfolio is a record of students’ involvement in learning which is designed to demonstrate success, growth, higher-order thinking, creativity, assessment strategies and re ection. A portfolio is a celebration of an active mind at work. It provides a picture of each student’s progress and development over a period of time both as individual and group learners. It enables students to re ect with teachers, parents and peers in order to identify their strengths and growth as well as areas for improvement, and then to set individual goals and establish teaching and learning plans. (Making PYP Happen, p.50)
  • 3. The multimedia portfolio is a multifaceted tool which can be used to fill several different purposes, but the most important is that it promotes learning among both student and teachers. This type of portfolio will be an important asset to school and individual as society heads into the Digital Age. (Hartnell- Young & Morriss 1999, p. 105)
  • 4. "An e-portfolio is a learner-driven collection of digital objects demonstrating experiences, achievements and evidence of learning. E-portfolios provide learners with a structured way of recording their learning experiences and work history. E-portfolios can be developed quickly and easily in the workplace to capture live evidence through the use of mobile phones and point-of-view devices, and can include a range of digital evidence such as audio, video, photographs and blogs". (http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/ content/e-portfolios-4)
  • 5. Why do we need e-portfolio? How can we develop e-portfolio within our learning? Who responsible for developing e-portfolio at school? How does e-portfolio help students in learning?
  • 6. PROCEDURES FIRST STAGE Collecting and Converting - teachers and students work on selected materials. Hard copy to soft copy (digital conversion). Students will store the files into school server. Teachers check. The school with web-based e-portfolio or other form of digital portfolio (students with personal access to laptop) may let the students upload the files individually. Teachers have to make sure that the students save the files with the right extension and size.
  • 7. PROCEDURES SECOND STAGE Collection and Reflection. Teachers and students make sure that all collections have reflection. Reflection can be journal, peer review and also feedback from teachers. Younger students certainly need teachers in collecting and selecting proper works. Reflection storage can be in school server, blogs, school learning management system or manually written based on hard copy reflection.
  • 8. PROCEDURES THIRD STAGE Selected works must be addressed to certain showcase place such as school web page or local server, wiki, moodle, joomla, LMS, or any educational website desired. Reflection - students must reflect once again, asking why they choose or are proud of the works. As showcase, the e-portfolio will show the students understanding on the concept and knowledge gained. It will also show the interaction of technology across curriculum used by the students.
  • 9. PROCEDURES LAST STAGE Presenting the e-portfolio. There are two types of presentation: real and virtual. When the final product is presented in the classroom the students will get the feedback from the audience, i.e., parents, teachers and other school members. The presentation can be working automatically when all works stored in a website. The audience can access it anywhere and anytime. In this case, the feedback form within the web is required.
  • 10. PILOT PROJECT WEBSITE BASED - WEEBLY Within our school, we are still looking for the best tool for our e-portfolio. One drag and drop website that we found is weebly. We also look for learning management system to support the 21st century learning really happen.
  • 11. THANK YOU Hugo D Gunawan I •P r i m a r y P r i n c i p a l T u n a s M u d a International School (Meruya Site) •http://tmis.weebly.com •http://tmiskindy.weebly.com •blog: http://guruhugo.blogspot.com •twitter: hugogunawan •facebook: hugogunawan