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  • 1. Ensuring Student Success Assessment Task One: Professional Development Package/Presentation Tania Kerr, Erica Smith, Michael Smith, and Sarah Turner Friday, 2 August 13
  • 2. Digital  Portfolios 5 Second Auto Transition Friday, 2 August 13
  • 3. Do you know? • What is a Digital Portfolio? • How can it be used to support assessment and reporting? Brainstorm “Hello, synapses? Are you firing?” Make yourbrainmoresociable -brainstormwithafriend! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 4. Do you know? • What is a Digital Portfolio? • How can it be used to support assessment and reporting? Friday, 2 August 13
  • 5. Do you know? • What is a Digital Portfolio? • How can it be used to support assessment and reporting? Our  goal Before our 10 minutes is up, we want you to: • Understand what a Digital Portfolio is through our definition • Know how Digital Portfolios can support assessment and reporting • Have key understandings of successful use of Digital Portfolios & some technologies that can be used • Have a “spark” or desire to explore Digital Portfolios - imagine your future classroom! 50 Second Auto Transition Friday, 2 August 13
  • 6. Digital  whats? Quite honestly, we didn’t know what a “digital portfolio” was, either. ...Well, we had some ideas, but we had to do a lot of reading and research - Hence our choice in Complex Reasoning Process, DoL 4 - Investigation. We modelled our questions after those of Definitional Investigation (Marzano & Pickering, 1997, p. 236). Friday, 2 August 13
  • 7. • Collection of work samples • Hard work! • Showcase classroom activities • A tick for ICT use • Collection of resources for a topic • I don’t know, something online? Brainstorm When asked, people said: Fun responses from our peers & friends: Thanks to those who assisted! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 8. Our  definition Our investigation and discussions lead us to our own definition - this was heavily influenced by blogs, networking with schools & professionals, our own experiences, research, and texts. Check out our Wiki for helpful links! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 9. DoL  4  -­  Investigation Digital portfolios are an electronic collection of purposeful evidence that demonstrate a learning journey, which also supports the assessment process for learning, and provides learners with opportunities to self-assess and reflect on their learning journey, as well as communicating with and providing relevant evidence to appropriate stakeholders (Barrett, 2011, Brady & Kennedy, 2012). Friday, 2 August 13
  • 10. DoL  4  -­  Investigation Digital Portfolios should: Be an assessment FOR learning (not OF learning) Remember that! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 11. Digital  Portfolio:  Looks  like? What exactly does a Digital Portfolio look like? How do you imagine Digital Portfolios look, sound and feel? How would people interact with them? Think - Pair - Share Friday, 2 August 13
  • 12. Digital  Portfolio:  Looks  like? What exactly does a Digital Portfolio look like? Do you use social networking sites? Did you post what you ate for breakfast on Facebook this morning? Think of how connected the current generation going through school is right now - it’s quite possible that students in your Early Childhood classes have had an online presence since birth! Tweet that! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 13. Digital  Portfolio:  Looks  like? What exactly does a Digital Portfolio look like? Do you use social networking sites? Did you post what you ate for breakfast on Facebook this morning? Think of how connected the current generation going through school is right now - it’s quite possible that students in your Early Childhood classes have had an online presence since birth! Tweet that! 2 Friday, 2 August 13
  • 14. Digital  Portfolio:  Looks  like? • Web 2.0 tools (Wiki, Blog,Website) • Portable e-devices (iPod, iPad, iPhone, e-Readers, laptops, etc) • Digital storage media (flash drives, CD-ROM, DVD, Portable Hard Drives, etc) Technologies that could be used: There are infinite possibilities, and as more technologies emerge, this field will continue expanding... That’s why it’s important to be life long learners! (You get to explore some of these tools in Managing e-Learning) Do you have an example? Have you seen Digital Portfolios in use? Friday, 2 August 13
  • 15. An  Example Digital Portfolio for learning: My story http://visuallearningandinnovation.blogspot.com.au Friday, 2 August 13
  • 16. An  Example Digital Portfolio for learning: My story http://visuallearningandinnovation.blogspot.com.au Reflective practice: Blogging •Assessment was to deliver a “Pecha Kucha”* style presentation on our own “innovative” artwork •Criteria was to research 3 artists from different art periods and incorporate elements into own artwork *Pecha Kucha is a presentation style, where you have 20 slides which automatically transition every 20 seconds Friday, 2 August 13
  • 17. An  Example Digital Portfolio for learning: My story http://visuallearningandinnovation.blogspot.com.au •No words typically •About journey •Presentation/ discussion •Sharing process •Evidence of learning •Self-assessment, reflection •Rewarding process Friday, 2 August 13
  • 18. Digital  Portfolio  101Remember: Digital Portfolios are used as an assessment FOR learning, not OF learning. So, you want to use digital portfolios in assessment and reporting. Have you considered the logistics? Using digital portfolios has great advantages, but there’s also a lot of considerations to make prior to embracing the technology.You don’t want a digital disaster of clutter and files showcasing your student’s learning journey! O’Rouke (2004) has a list of 10 key steps! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 19. Digital  Portfolio  101Remember: Digital Portfolios are used as an assessment FOR learning, not OF learning. 1- Clarify the purpose 2- Start small 3- Develop focus areas 4- Develop indicators for each focus area 5- Opportunities for goal setting, reflection, feedback and critique Friday, 2 August 13
  • 20. Digital  Portfolio  101Remember: Digital Portfolios are used as an assessment FOR learning, not OF learning. 6- Develop classroom management & organisation strategies 7- Continually clarify expectations with students 8- Plan logistics of technology provision 9- Develop whole school learning and change plan 10- Allow students to communicate with interested audiences Friday, 2 August 13
  • 21. Now, let’s get this straight... It is not: It is: Technology for ICT sake Assessment for learning Mandated artefacts Dumping ground of work samples Student’s expression of own journey Communication and reporting tool Has a purpose An assessment OF learning: the understandings, processes, skills or aptitudes Digital  Portfolio  101 (Assessment Reform Group, 2002, Barrett, 2005) Friday, 2 August 13
  • 22. Digital  Portfolio  101Dr. Helen Barrett (digital portfolio hero) says: •Create an environment about participation! •Digital Folios should have Intrinsic Motivation - not “necessity”- this provides engagement • {CQ + PQ} > IQ {Curiosity Quota + Passion Quota} > Intelligence Quota Kids who are curious and passionate will achieve mastery over digital technologies, it is not a matter of intelligence. What do you think? Friday, 2 August 13
  • 23. Digital  Portfolio  101DigitalTechnologies in the School: Consider: ACARA cross-curricular priorities TPACK (technology, pedagogy, content knowledge) Learning theories (connectivism, constructionism, etc) School policies and priorities Future workplaces, learning environments, and technologies? Student needs So, now you have a taste for Digital Portfolios! Friday, 2 August 13
  • 24. BibliographyBarrett, H. C. (2006). Using electronic portfolios for classroom assessment. Retrieved from: http://electronicportfolios.com/portfolios/ConnectedNewsletter-final.pdf Barrett, H. C. (2006). Using electronic portfolios for formative/classroom-based assessment. Retrieved from: http://electronicportfolios.com/portfolios/ConnectedNewsletter.pdf Coalition of Essential Schools (1998 – 2002). Getting started with digital portfolios. Retrieved from: http://old.essentialschools.org/pub/ces_docs/resources/dp/getstart.html EducationWorld (1996 – 2013). Using technology: Electronic Portfolios in the K-12 classroom. Retrieved from: http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech111.shtml EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (2005). Demonstrating and assessing student learning with E- Portfolios. Retrieved from: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli3003.pdf International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT). (2010). The electronic portfolio as an assessment tool and more: The Drake University model. Retrieved from: http:// www.iallt.org/iallt_journal/ the_electronic_portfolio_as_assessment_tool_and_more_the_drake_university_model Klein Dytham Architecture. (2013). PechaKucha: 20 images X 20 seconds. Retrieved from: http:// www.pechakucha.org Marzano, R. J., & Pickering, D. J. (with Arrendondo, D. E., Paynter, D. E., Blackburn, G. J., Brandt, R. S., Moffet, C. A., Pollock, J. E., & Whistler, J. S.). (1997). Dimensions of learning teacher's manual (2nd ed.). Alexandra, VA: ASCD. O’Rourke, M. (2004). Digital learning portfolios: A critical look. Retrieved from: http:// edpartnerships.edu.au/image/file/Digital%20Portfolios_A%20critical%20look.pdf Snowman, J., Dobozy, E., Scevak, J., Bryer, F., Barlett, B., & Biehler, R. (2009). Psychology applied to teaching. (1st ed.). Milton, QLD: John Willey & Sons Australia Ltd. Friday, 2 August 13