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Eportfolios in Education

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This presentation gives a broad overview on ePortfolios. …

This presentation gives a broad overview on ePortfolios.

By- Wodonga TAFE, Learning Innovation

learninginnovation@wodongatafe.edu.au
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  • 1. ePortfolios for students
    Image: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en
  • 2. What is an ePortfolio?
    an electronically stored collection of a student’s experiences, achievements and artefacts, together with their reflections on learning.
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
    Image: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/deed.en
  • 3. What is an ePortfolio?
    an electronically stored collection of a student’s experiences, achievements and artefacts, together with their reflections on learning.
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • 4. What is an ePortfolio?
    an electronically stored collection of a student’s experiences, achievements and artefacts, together with their reflections on learning.
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • 5. What is an ePortfolio?
    an electronically stored collection of a student’s experiences, achievements and artefacts, together with their reflections on learning.
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • 6. What is an ePortfolio?
    a purposeful aggregation of digital items- ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback, data etc. which ‘present’ a selected audience with information about the subject of that ePortfolio
    http://www.pebblepad.com.au/definitions.asp
  • 7. What is an ePortfolio?
    a purposeful aggregation of digital items- ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback, data etc. which ‘present’ a selected audience with information about the subject of that ePortfolio
    http://www.pebblepad.com.au/definitions.asp
  • 8. What is an ePortfolio?
    a purposeful aggregation of digital items- ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback, data etc. which ‘present’ a selected audience with information about the subject of that ePortfolio
    http://www.pebblepad.com.au/definitions.asp
  • 9. What is an ePortfolio?
    a purposeful aggregation of digital items- ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback, data etc. which ‘present’ a selected audience with information about the subject of that ePortfolio
    http://www.pebblepad.com.au/definitions.asp
  • 10. Lifelong…
    Stays with the learner from schooling to retirement, facilitating formal and informal learning, hobbies, career changes
    East of England Lifelong Learning Support (EELLS), http://www.eells.herts.ac.uk
  • 11. Lifelong…
    Stays with the learner from schooling to retirement, facilitating formal and informal learning, hobbies, career changes
    East of England Lifelong Learning Support (EELLS), http://www.eells.herts.ac.uk
  • 12. Lifelong…
    Stays with the learner from schooling to retirement, facilitating formal and informal learning, hobbies, career changes
    East of England Lifelong Learning Support (EELLS), http://www.eells.herts.ac.uk
  • 13. Lifelong…
    Stays with the learner from schooling to retirement, facilitating formal and informal learning, hobbies, career changes
    East of England Lifelong Learning Support (EELLS), http://www.eells.herts.ac.uk
  • 14. Typically…
    • Developmental e.g. working
    • 15. Reflective e.g. learning
    • 16. Representational e.g. showcase
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EPortfolio
  • 17. How does it work?
    *Continuing Professional Development
    http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-portfolios/lifelong-learning
  • 18. Developmental
    Representational
    How does it work?
    Developmental
    Reflective
    Representational
    Representational
    Developmental
    Reflective
    Representational
    *Continuing Professional Development
    http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/e-portfolios/lifelong-learning
  • 19. Learner benefits
    • Smooth the transition between learning institutions
    • 20. Help with career progression, employability or further study
    • 21. Help learners to articulate/present their skills and achievements to third parties
    • 22. Raise learner self-awareness & self-esteem
    • 23. Help the learner become more independent and autonomous
    • 24. Help the learning process towards learning goals and achievements
    East of England Lifelong Learning Support (EELLS), http://www.eells.herts.ac.uk
  • 25. What should I includein my ePortfolio?
    Think broadly when selecting experiences to include in your ePortfolio.
    You can include evidence of skills you have gained at-
    • TAFE/University
    • 26. Your place(s) of employment
    • 27. in volunteer roles or in your personal life.
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
    Image: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/deed.en
  • 28. Examples might include...
    • Assessment pieces you performed well in during your TAFE or University studies
    • 29. Roles or achievements in part time jobs or voluntary work
    • 30. Awards you have won at TAFE/University, work, or in your personal life
    ePortfolio concepts for learners (2009). Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • 31. How does it work?
  • 32. Examples
  • 33. How does it work?
  • 34. Examples of ePortfolio websites
    • FolioSpaces
    • 35. Pebble Pad
  • Contact
    Geoff YoungTeam Leader, Learning Innovation
    Learning Innovation and Organisational Development