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2014 Webinar Series 
SHOWCASE 
ACHIEVEMENT 
James Ballard 
Victoria Simpson
0-5 mins 
• Welcome and Orientation 
5-10 mins 
• Session Introduction 
10-40 mins 
• Presentation 
• Screen share 
40-55 ...
15th Jul - Responsive Design 
29th Jul - Open Badges 
12th Aug - ScaffoldLMS Administration 
9th Sep – LTI / TinCan (xAPI)...
Activity 1 
INTRODUCTION POLL
1. Understand e-Portfolios 
What is an e-portfolio? 
2. Using e-Portfolios for learning 
Why are these useful to learning?...
Section 1 
WHAT ARE E-PORTFOLIOS?
LinkedIn – professional showcase 
Word Press – learning blogs 
The evolution of the digital footprint 
Twitter – shared li...
Two Faces of e-Portfolios 
Understanding the badges movement 
What can they do? 
An e-Portfolio is not a specific software...
Achieving Balance 
Balancing the two faces of e-portfolios
Personalised Learning Framework 
An approach to assessing the impact of e-learning 
Personalisation and Digital 
Technolog...
Dual Layer MOOCs 
Integration of connectivist and instructivist
Assessment 
Organisational e-Portfolios 
Do I need an e-portfolio? 
• Do I need to assess collections of diverse media con...
Portfolio Interoperability 
What do users get out of it when they leave? 
Mediated Action 
Vygotsky views the essence of c...
Portfolio Interoperability 
What do users get out of it when they leave? 
Reusable Content 
There is more value to develop...
Activity 2 
AUDIENCE QUESTION 
• Are you using aspects of e-portfolios already?
Section 2 
IMPLICATIONS FOR 
E-LEARNING
Complex Learning Dynamic 
A model of e-portfolio-based learning
Connected Learning 
Maximise learning opportunity through distributed approach 
Student 
Records 
SCORM 
LTI 
xAPI
Archaeological Pedagogy 
A ‘bottom-up’ model for learning and teaching 
Project based, context driven 
inquiry 
Linking pe...
Section 3 
E-PORTFOLIO DEMO 
• Project Work 
• Professional Development 
• Informal Learning 
• Vocational Learning
Activity 2 
Q&A DISCUSSION
Activity 3 
CLOSING POLL
ScaffoldLMS Webinar Series 2014 
THANK YOU 
More information: 
http://www.ninelanterns.com.au/ 
@scaffoldlms 
https://www....
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E-Portfolios

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These slides look at the integration of e-portfolios with your LMS to offer a richer set of learning features within your organisation. This will cover ideas of how to embed portfolios in your training and how these can be integrated effectively with ScaffoldLMS.

This will be of interest to eLearning developers looking to include more personalised or social learning in their programs or those looking to incorporate rich-media driven assessment content.

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E-Portfolios

  1. 1. 2014 Webinar Series SHOWCASE ACHIEVEMENT James Ballard Victoria Simpson
  2. 2. 0-5 mins • Welcome and Orientation 5-10 mins • Session Introduction 10-40 mins • Presentation • Screen share 40-55 mins • Questions • Discussion 55-60 mins • Conclusion Session Outline What you can expect
  3. 3. 15th Jul - Responsive Design 29th Jul - Open Badges 12th Aug - ScaffoldLMS Administration 9th Sep – LTI / TinCan (xAPI) 21st Oct – e-Portfolios 11th Nov - Assessment Introduction ScaffoldLMS Webinar Series 2014
  4. 4. Activity 1 INTRODUCTION POLL
  5. 5. 1. Understand e-Portfolios What is an e-portfolio? 2. Using e-Portfolios for learning Why are these useful to learning? Ideas for good practice 3. Integrating Mahara with ScaffoldLMS Assessing portfolio submissions Examples of e-portfolios Objectives What we hope you will get out of the session
  6. 6. Section 1 WHAT ARE E-PORTFOLIOS?
  7. 7. LinkedIn – professional showcase Word Press – learning blogs The evolution of the digital footprint Twitter – shared links My Portfolios Facebook – family and friends
  8. 8. Two Faces of e-Portfolios Understanding the badges movement What can they do? An e-Portfolio is not a specific software package, but more a combination of process (a series of activities) and product (the end result of the e- Portfolio process). Barrett, H. (2010) The Collection Portfolio as process The Narrative Portfolio as product Organisation Chronological Thematic Primary purpose Learning or reflection Accountability or showcase Reflection Immediate (present tense) Retrospective (past tense) Prospective (future tense)
  9. 9. Achieving Balance Balancing the two faces of e-portfolios
  10. 10. Personalised Learning Framework An approach to assessing the impact of e-learning Personalisation and Digital Technologies The logic of education systems should be reversed so that it is the system that conforms to the learner, rather than the learner to the system. This is the essence of personalisation. Professional Social National Institutional Personal Portal Accreditation VLE / LMS Portfolio Personal Learning Plan (PLP) Ballard & Butler, 2011
  11. 11. Dual Layer MOOCs Integration of connectivist and instructivist
  12. 12. Assessment Organisational e-Portfolios Do I need an e-portfolio? • Do I need to assess collections of diverse media content? • Do I need to assess processes as well as products? Identity • Do my users need a ‘safe’ space to explore identities? • Do my users need to develop a sense of affiliation or belonging? Social Networking • Do I need a ‘walled garden’ for teams to collaborate socially? • Do I need users or groups to showcase work digitally? Organisational personas • Do I need to maintain an internal or public directory of staff portfolios? • Do my users need to share their work with users outside of my organisation?
  13. 13. Portfolio Interoperability What do users get out of it when they leave? Mediated Action Vygotsky views the essence of cognitive education as providing students with new psychological tools (metacognitive skills). Metacognitive Skills (e.g. reflection) Portfolio (Mediating agent) User
  14. 14. Portfolio Interoperability What do users get out of it when they leave? Reusable Content There is more value to developing an e-portfolio if users know that they can take their data with them when they leave, or use it in other systems at the same time. Web Access Reusable Assets
  15. 15. Activity 2 AUDIENCE QUESTION • Are you using aspects of e-portfolios already?
  16. 16. Section 2 IMPLICATIONS FOR E-LEARNING
  17. 17. Complex Learning Dynamic A model of e-portfolio-based learning
  18. 18. Connected Learning Maximise learning opportunity through distributed approach Student Records SCORM LTI xAPI
  19. 19. Archaeological Pedagogy A ‘bottom-up’ model for learning and teaching Project based, context driven inquiry Linking personal interests to ‘models of the world’: • Choosing a place or a territory • Assembling the evidence • Formulating the problem – identifying the concepts • Connecting with the student’s life story • Projecting forwards towards a learning outcome and identifying and collecting specialist knowledge Jaros and Deakin-Crick
  20. 20. Section 3 E-PORTFOLIO DEMO • Project Work • Professional Development • Informal Learning • Vocational Learning
  21. 21. Activity 2 Q&A DISCUSSION
  22. 22. Activity 3 CLOSING POLL
  23. 23. ScaffoldLMS Webinar Series 2014 THANK YOU More information: http://www.ninelanterns.com.au/ @scaffoldlms https://www.linkedin.com/company/scaffoldlms

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