ePortfoliosThe story so far...
“...gives schools theflexibility to designand deliverprogrammes thatwill engage allstudents and offerthem appropriatelearni...
Do you use...“...teaching approachesthat consistently have apositive impact onstudent learning...”
Do you have...“...assessment forthe purpose ofimprovingstudentlearning...”
Do you use...“...elearning to open upnew and differentways of learning...”
Do you see...“...parents and caregiversas key partners...”
ePortfolios                                            gy                                       a go                      ...
he lio                            T fo                       s      rt                    es                oc ia         ...
The ePortfolio:...uses electronictechnologies as the container,allowing students/teachers tocollect and organize portfolio...
The ePortfolio:“...what is produced when personscollect, select, reflectivelyinterpret, and/or present their ownevidence to...
“The use ofmultimediatools is one strategythat involves andengages learners.”      Barrett, 2005
social networking...thepotential of the learning landscapeand eportfolio-related tools arefeatures thatfacilitate andenhan...
...to define e-Portfolios as aprocess, rather thanjust a product or atechnological system.                                A...
he lio                            T fo                       s      rt                    es                oc ia         ...
ePortfolios                                            gy                                       a go                      ...
...assessment for learningis one of the most powerful ways ofimproving learning andraising standards.                     ...
“Good planning isessential to being clear.”                             Absolum, 2006
“The awareness oflearning and theability of learners todirect it forthemselves is ofincreasing importance inthe context of...
“What this amounts to is thatself-assessment bypupils, far from being a luxury, is in   essentialfact ancomponent of forma...
CollectSelectReflectProject          Burke, Fogarty & Belgrade (1994)
ePortfolio Management...ePortfolios do not add to your workload. Instead you will needto change some of the ways you:   • ...
Web 2.0 & your school & your students...                  copyright                                 parent understanding  ...
Where to...              “Learning thatmlearning     happensmoblogging    acrossmfolios       locations, ormportfolios   t...
“...students can        carryliterallytheir eportfolioaround with them andupdate it atany time inany place.”              ...
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OETSBSI Portfolio WS

  1. 1. ePortfoliosThe story so far...
  2. 2. “...gives schools theflexibility to designand deliverprogrammes thatwill engage allstudents and offerthem appropriatelearning pathways.”
  3. 3. Do you use...“...teaching approachesthat consistently have apositive impact onstudent learning...”
  4. 4. Do you have...“...assessment forthe purpose ofimprovingstudentlearning...”
  5. 5. Do you use...“...elearning to open upnew and differentways of learning...”
  6. 6. Do you see...“...parents and caregiversas key partners...”
  7. 7. ePortfolios gy a go p ed ti ve ef fec elea rning parent in volvement effective a ssessment mo tiva en ted ga ge d
  8. 8. he lio T fo s rt es oc ia o pr ed P re tim he e e ul m m yw ti ss an y e an c d ac cte re di lf- ion se ct fle g re in rk wo ck et ba ln ed cia feso
  9. 9. The ePortfolio:...uses electronictechnologies as the container,allowing students/teachers tocollect and organize portfolioartifacts in many media types(audio, video, graphics, text)...connecting evidence to appropriateoutcomes, goals or standards. Barrett, 2005
  10. 10. The ePortfolio:“...what is produced when personscollect, select, reflectivelyinterpret, and/or present their ownevidence to support their assertionsabout what they havelearned, know and can orshould do...” Cambridge, 2003
  11. 11. “The use ofmultimediatools is one strategythat involves andengages learners.” Barrett, 2005
  12. 12. social networking...thepotential of the learning landscapeand eportfolio-related tools arefeatures thatfacilitate andenhance the making ofconnections and the linkingtogether of people, ideas,resources and learning... Tosh et al., 2006
  13. 13. ...to define e-Portfolios as aprocess, rather thanjust a product or atechnological system. Attwell, 2007
  14. 14. he lio T fo s rt es oc ia o pr ed P re tim he e e ul m m yw ti ss an y e an c d ac cte re di lf- ion se ct fle g re in rk wo ck et ba ln ed cia feso
  15. 15. ePortfolios gy a go p ed ti ve ef fec elea rning parent in volvement effective a ssessment mo tiva en ted ga ge d
  16. 16. ...assessment for learningis one of the most powerful ways ofimproving learning andraising standards. Assessment Reform Group, 2002
  17. 17. “Good planning isessential to being clear.” Absolum, 2006
  18. 18. “The awareness oflearning and theability of learners todirect it forthemselves is ofincreasing importance inthe context ofencouraging lifelonglearning.” Assessment Reform Group, 1999
  19. 19. “What this amounts to is thatself-assessment bypupils, far from being a luxury, is in essentialfact ancomponent of formativeassessment.” Black & Wiliam, 1998
  20. 20. CollectSelectReflectProject Burke, Fogarty & Belgrade (1994)
  21. 21. ePortfolio Management...ePortfolios do not add to your workload. Instead you will needto change some of the ways you: • give feedback • facilitate reflection • engage students in self and peer assessmentsand • you need to adapt learning and teaching so that the process and outcomes can be shared digitally within the eportfolio platform.
  22. 22. Web 2.0 & your school & your students... copyright parent understanding cybersafety bandwidth blocked sites cost computer & age restrictions internet use policies privacy computer & internet user permissions agreements
  23. 23. Where to... “Learning thatmlearning happensmoblogging acrossmfolios locations, ormportfolios that takes advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies.” Wikipedia
  24. 24. “...students can carryliterallytheir eportfolioaround with them andupdate it atany time inany place.” MOSEP, 2007

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