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    • Andrea Ximena Castaño,URV, ES
      #ECER_2010 Helsinki-Finland
      25th August 2010
      Pedagogical and digital tool for the tertiary level: thelearning portfolio
    • Witnessing learning
    • Assessment
    • 2 Contexts
      2 Experiences
      Presentation
    • Spain
    • 35,4 come from a professor in particular
      36,9% of the initiatives come from a group of professors
    • 51.8% used as a exclusive assessment tool
      48.2% mixed with other assessment strategies
    • 17,5% students decided over the structure and design
    • EPORTFOLIO AS A LEARNING EVENT IN THE LATINA COURSE
      The LATINA course is presented by the LATINA / lab.
      This is a laboratory for research and production of e-learning for Oslo University College (OUC) and partners.
      LATINA stands for Learning and Teaching in a Digital World
      Photo retrieved from www.pedit.hio.no
    • Preparation
      Workshop
      Keep them blogging and reflecting
      Self evaluation criteria
      Evaluation formal criteria
      Figure retrieved from http://pedit.hio.no/~latina/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/
    • I worked in two ways: writing the resource and presenting it,
      and it allowed me to learn to pass on information through the web and orally’.
      Participant. Course Spring 2009
    • EPORTFOLIO INITIATIVE AT THE ROVIRA I VIRGILI UNIVERSITY
    • Main objective of a project
      Finding a viable solution for a problem previouslyidentified in their educational realityDrawing on the resources availableConsidering the conditions imposed bythe task to be developed and by the context
    • Education Reality URV
    • EPORTFOLIO INITIATIVE AT THE ROVIRA I VIRGILI UNIVERSITY
    • Formative Assessment
    • IONS
      TENSI
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
      Open
      Close
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
      Open
      Close
      Public
      Private
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
      Open
      Close
      Public
      Private
      Long Term
      Short Term
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
      Open
      Close
      Public
      Private
      Long Term
      Short Term
      Choosen
      Imposed
    • Dicentralized
      Centralized
      Open
      Close
      Public
      Private
      Long Term
      Short Term
      Choosen
      Imposed
      Institutional control
      Personal control
    • Reflection
      Learners will create and Innovate If They Can express ideas and concepts in Space and Through Their Own expertise (Siemens )
    • Interaction
      People want to participate … but they will only do so one they have “permission” and a forum in which to utilize existing communication/technological skills(Siemens )
    • Self-assessment
    • Criteria
    • Learning
      Learning is personal, it has to occur one learner at a time. The support needed for learners to learn is a critical value point
      Siemens
    • Monitoring Learning
    • Rubric for an ePortfolio
      Self – Assesment
      Matching the learning outcomes of a course?
      How much should a e-Portfolio be considered a tool for assessment and how much for reflection on learning?
    • Rubric
    • Summative Assessment
      • The portfolio itselfis being graded
      • Theportfolio is the source from which students extract material to present digitally for examinations
      Presentation of propose for improving of portfolio work with intentions of professional publishing
    • ICT – Supporting
      • ELGG Pluggins (enhance social collaboration)
      (simple_pie,river_comments, blog_watch)
      • IntegrationwithMoodle --– Modules
      • Blogoshere (Open ePortfolio)
    • The Portfolio is one of the best methods for visualizing and evaluating the competences acquired in formal and informal contexts
      Jens Bjornavold (2001)
    • Strategies
      Provide self-assessment
      Tutoring and feedback
      Promote reflection on criteria
      Stablish and clarify a rubric
      Stablish a map performance criteria to assignments
      Develop the curriculum map
      Blogs as form of presentation portfolios
    • ePortfolio the conceptWe believe that the term is perhaps too general and becoming overtaken by events as the learning technology market evolves. On one hand I prefer the concept of a person’s individual learning space, such that the individual is in control of what they identify as their tailored learning space, which embraces their social networking space and which allows them to showcase and to grant access selectively.Rob Arntsen
    • www.flickr.com/photos/bzedan/356636843
      www.flickr.com/photos/el_mo/2242435353/
      http://images.cdn.fotopedia.com/flickr-2435054294-original.jpg
      http://farm1.static.flickr.com/6/85659003_0db06a39e0.jpg