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Intervention for improving electronic portfolio entries sloan emerging 2012

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Presentation given at SLOAN-C ET4Online 2012 Conference, by David W. Denton

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Intervention for improving electronic portfolio entries sloan emerging 2012

  1. 1. Improving Student Reflections in Electronic Portfolio Environments Evidence-based Learning, Writing Instruction, ReflectionBy David W. DentonSeattle Pacific University
  2. 2. StudyOnline Presentation forFlipped ExperienceSlidesScreencast
  3. 3. Accessing Prior Knowledge• What comes to mind when you think about students writing reflections in electronic portfolios?
  4. 4. Concept Map Overview
  5. 5. Explicit (Clear) Directions
  6. 6. Directions and Examples
  7. 7. Directions• Write direction and share
  8. 8. Prompt• Professional standards Sample of In TASC Teaching Standards Standard #4: Content Knowledge. The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he or she teaches and creates learning experiences that make the discipline accessible and meaningful for learners to assure mastery of the content. Standard #5: Application of Content. The teacher understands how to connect concepts and use differing perspectives to engage learners in critical thinking, creativity, and collaborative problem solving related to authentic local and global issues.
  9. 9. Other Professional StandardsNational Society of Professional Engineers Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public.American Nurses Association Commit to a cycle of evaluating, improving, and celebrating, and value what is going well.National Business Education Association Because all students will participate in the economic system, all students need to be literate in business and economics.
  10. 10. Prompt• Write a prompt and share
  11. 11. Communication of Assessment Criteria
  12. 12. Rubric• Investigate Rubistar
  13. 13. Evaluating EvidenceWhat is the difference between graduation rates for NA and AA?How might this information shape your instruction?
  14. 14. Evaluating EvidenceHow does this teacher use feedback (red pen) to promote learning?
  15. 15. Evaluating EvidenceWhat are theimplications ofthis kind ofactivity?
  16. 16. Instructor and Peer Feedback• Feedback model – Met criteria (from rubric) – Improvement (or strengths and weaknesses) – Resources for bridging gaps
  17. 17. Instructor Feedback• Typed• Jing (Flash video file)• Screenr (online via URL)• Camtasia relay (online via URL)• Dreamspark > MS Expression Encoder > Youtube (free, multiple steps, time)
  18. 18. Peer Assessment• Blog portfolios – “Leave a Reply”
  19. 19. Peer AssessmentThink Share Pair
  20. 20. Revising“Time is a good discovereror partner in such a work” ~ Aristotle (Nichomachean Ethics, Book 1, Chapter 7)
  21. 21. Re-Accessing Previous Writing• What comes to mind when you think about students writing reflections in electronic portfolios?• Now what comes to mind?
  22. 22. Improving Student Reflections in Electronic Portfolio Environments Evidence-based Learning, Writing Instruction, ReflectionBy David W. DentonSeattle Pacific University

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