Starting to think about      ePortfoliosPrepared for School of Nursing    Bronwyn Hegarty and Sarah Stewart 2012
Summary of what was covered in           last session1. Round of discussion and brainstorm about:•existing experience with...
Goals for the School – summary           from last time1. Further session on 16 July – recap and planning.2. Discussion ab...
Student portfolios                       Types of portfolios• Learning - evidence of learning, personal growth, planning a...
The Learning Portfolio – what is it?•   A record of the learning process - reflections, goals•   A personalised learning s...
Source: Zubizarreta, J. (2004)
Benefits for learningA learning portfolio can encourage deep learning throughreflection, reflective learning and critical ...
Assessment ePortfolio• Present specific pieces of work for assessment, maybe at the  end of a course , year or program.• W...
Benefits of an Assessment                 ePortfolio•   Easily stored, accessible and edited•   Facilitates different mode...
Showcase (Professional)• Student/professional may pick and choose  what she displays according to the purpose of  the ePor...
Benefits• Facilitates different approach to presentation• Easily accessible and stored• Supports use of different mediaExa...
What goes in the ePortfolio?•   Collection of artefacts (evidence)•   Reflections•   Assignments•   Cases•   Articles – an...
Examples•   http://midwifepam.wikispaces.com/•   http://juliemcelhatton.efolioworld.com/clinicalexpertise•   http://christ...
More Exampleshttp://www.epsilen.com/MyPortal/Public/Home.aspx?prefixVirginia Tech gallery :http://eportfolio.vt.edu/galler...
Designing activities for an               ePortfolio• What type of activities are you already using which could  transfer ...
Factors to consider•   Purpose•   Audience – feedback, community of practice•   Content – evidence, reflection•   Location...
SummaryIdeally, portfolios are student-centred, student-owned andlocated on accessible platforms that the students can con...
Summary of what was covered in           last session1. Round of discussion and brainstorm about:•existing experience with...
Goals for the School – summary           from last time1. Further session on 16 July – recap and planning.2. Discussion ab...
Where to from here?1. What is your thinking about using ePortfolios in the nursingprogramme:•purely as a repository of evi...
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    1. 1. Starting to think about ePortfoliosPrepared for School of Nursing Bronwyn Hegarty and Sarah Stewart 2012
    2. 2. Summary of what was covered in last session1. Round of discussion and brainstorm about:•existing experience with portfolios•how to use electronic portfolios•what you want to know more about2. Overview of difference between learning, assessment andprofessional (presentation) portfolios. 3. Design of activities for learning portfolios and assessmentportfolios (template).4. Examples of ePortfolios5. Where to from here.
    3. 3. Goals for the School – summary from last time1. Further session on 16 July – recap and planning.2. Discussion about ePortfolios – where to use, e.g., across the three years.For example – curriculum re-jig may be required.• Learning portfolio – year 1.• Assessment portfolio – year 2.• Professional (presentation) portfolio – year 3.8. Group to look at ePortfolio platforms.9. Setting up your professional portfolio – regular workshops.
    4. 4. Student portfolios Types of portfolios• Learning - evidence of learning, personal growth, planning andmonitoring learning• Assessment – collection of work which is assessed• Showcase (Professional) - competencies for practice and APC,and presentation to employers
    5. 5. The Learning Portfolio – what is it?• A record of the learning process - reflections, goals• A personalised learning space which the student controls• An evidence repository – achievements, learning• A medium for encouraging: – Engagement and deeper learning – active, experiential – Critical thinking and reflective learning – Metacognition – awareness of knowledge and experiences, goals, actions, monitoring or self-regulation (Flavell, 1998) – Formative feedback – Development of community of practice
    6. 6. Source: Zubizarreta, J. (2004)
    7. 7. Benefits for learningA learning portfolio can encourage deep learning throughreflection, reflective learning and critical thinking, and provideevidence of professional learning and reflective practice.Example: http://sarahstewart-eportfolio.wikispaces.com/
    8. 8. Assessment ePortfolio• Present specific pieces of work for assessment, maybe at the end of a course , year or program.• What do you want to assess – the process of learning or outcomes of learning?• Need to think about how you will assess ie marking rubric
    9. 9. Benefits of an Assessment ePortfolio• Easily stored, accessible and edited• Facilitates different modes of technology and assessment• Facilitates group work• Increases student motivationExample: http://www.eportfolio.lagcc.cuny.edu/scholars/doc_fa07/marie.jim
    10. 10. Showcase (Professional)• Student/professional may pick and choose what she displays according to the purpose of the ePortfolio
    11. 11. Benefits• Facilitates different approach to presentation• Easily accessible and stored• Supports use of different mediaExample:http://cml.weebly.com/index.htmlhttp://www-personal.umich.edu/~cheem/index.htmlhttp://www.nzno.org.nz/membership/member_tools/professional_portfoliohttp://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahmargaretstewart
    12. 12. What goes in the ePortfolio?• Collection of artefacts (evidence)• Reflections• Assignments• Cases• Articles – annotations• Goals for learning• Achievements in subjects
    13. 13. Examples• http://midwifepam.wikispaces.com/• http://juliemcelhatton.efolioworld.com/clinicalexpertise• http://christinajoy-nursingschool.blogspot.co.nz/• http://anne-mariepaulin.blogspot.co.nz/
    14. 14. More Exampleshttp://www.epsilen.com/MyPortal/Public/Home.aspx?prefixVirginia Tech gallery :http://eportfolio.vt.edu/gallery.htmlhttps://scholar.vt.edu/access/content/group/97b91a99-725(Work Showcase link)http://sites.helenbarrett.net/portfolio/
    15. 15. Designing activities for an ePortfolio• What type of activities are you already using which could transfer to an ePortfolio?• What are you expecting students’ to demonstrate?• Categorise the learning you would like them to engage in - mastery, engagement, deeper learning, experiential learning, critical thinking, reflective learning, metacognition, achievement etc.
    16. 16. Factors to consider• Purpose• Audience – feedback, community of practice• Content – evidence, reflection• Location – open web (blog and wiki), Google Sites, platform (Mahara, Pebblepad.• Formats – text, images, video, audio• Security and professionalism• Portability• Digital literacy – students and teachers
    17. 17. SummaryIdeally, portfolios are student-centred, student-owned andlocated on accessible platforms that the students can continueto use long after their course of study is completed.
    18. 18. Summary of what was covered in last session1. Round of discussion and brainstorm about:•existing experience with portfolios•how to use electronic portfolios•what you want to know more about2. Overview of difference between learning, assessment andprofessional (presentation) portfolios. 3. Design of activities for learning portfolios and assessmentportfolios (template).4. Examples of ePortfolios5. Where to from here.
    19. 19. Goals for the School – summary from last time1. Further session on 16 July – recap and planning.2. Discussion about ePortfolios – where to use, e.g., across the three years.For example – curriculum re-jig may be required.• Learning portfolio – year 1.• Assessment portfolio – year 2.• Professional (presentation) portfolio – year 3.8. Group to look at ePortfolio platforms.9. Setting up own professional portfolio – regular workshops.
    20. 20. Where to from here?1. What is your thinking about using ePortfolios in the nursingprogramme:•purely as a repository of evidence?•through the whole programme or just for specific courses?•for assessment - how and where?2. Do you want students to graduate with a professionalePortfolio?3. What is your thinking about having a professional ePortfolio?•Who is interested in regular workshops to develop one?

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