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  • all visible in eportfolios
  • at bbi
  • paper portfolio
  • 2007 - 2 classes 2008 - y7 2009 - whole school where did we start
  • paper portfolio
  • the paper portfolio stood us in good stead - similarities what we wanted to retain.
  • Why value added
  • Digital storytelling * pictures * audio * video * embedded web 2.0 tools
  • contents of an eportfolio identification - student voice - authentication
  • contents of an eportfolio ... reflection to follow
  • templates, support resources
  • stop here to look at eportfolios

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  • Lenva Shearing Bucklands Beach Intermediate
  • Students learn most effectively when they understand what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use their new learning. (p36)
  • Schools should explore not only how ICT can supplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning. (p38)
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  • Students will need 21 st century skills to enable them to be “confident, connected, actively involved, lifelong learners” ( p.7.)
    • Basic, scientific and technological literacy
    • Visual and information literacy
    • Cultural literacy and global awareness
    • Adaptability and managing complexity
    • Curiosity, creativity and risk taking
    • Higher order thinking and sound reasoning
    • Teaming, collaboration and interpersonal skills
    • Personal and social responsibility
    • Interactive communication
    • Prioritising, planning and managing results
    • Effective use of real world tools
    • High quality, meaningful results
  • authentic ICT embedded into classroom practice
  • valuing of student voice
  • assessment and feedback/feed-forward for improving student learning
  • strong home/school partnerships
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  • a record of efforts, progress and achievements
  • a record of learning process
  • goal driven and performance based
  • evidence of knowledge, skills, competence and attitudes
  • reflective by self, peer, teacher, parent
  • Dr Helen Barrett www.electronicportfolios.org
  • can COLLECT more than text documents can focus on REFLECTION over time can help to make CONNECTIONS can use MULTIMEDIA formats can INVOLVE others in the learning
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  • Progress and Process What I did How I did it Product Actual finished product Reflection What I did well What worked or did not work What I learnt Self reflection Peer reflection Teacher reflection Feed-forward How I could do this better What would I do differently Teacher comment Acknowledgement Peer comment Parent comment Teacher comment
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  • What does this mean for the teacher?
  • What does this mean for the student?
    • values learning
    • understands the importance of process as well as product
    • values for student voice
    • allows for flexibility and creativity on the part of the learner
    • focuses on lifelong learning
    Where to next?
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