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Curiouser&curiouser kate coleman unsw

  1. 1. Kate ColemanAAEEBL Researcher UNSW
  2. 2. Here we go! Celebrating the Curious, Curiouser and CuriouserCreative and Capable Learner at AAEEBL 2012 ‘down the rabbit hole’
  3. 3. AAEEBL Annual Conference oncuriouser ePortfolios: andCuriouser Adventures in Wonderland
  4. 4. the The Emperor Emperors New has no Clothes clothes“we cant just tell the good stories, they have the power to change, we need the champions of change, but we lose the opportunity to beable to say the Emperor has no clothes do we privilege assessment? Why do we do eportfolios? Eportfolios are about students learning. They are assessment as learning ”.
  5. 5. MUGS connect and reflect as a community of users to evolve an eportfolio togetherSo many out-of-the-way things had happened lately, that Alice hadbegun to think that veryfew things indeed were really impossible.
  6. 6. The Rabbit Sends in a Little BillLearning, Knowing, andReflecting: Literacies for The book based upon the 21st Century connecting three categories of virtue in teaching and learning. 1. character is regarded as the development of trustworthiness, sincerity, risk-taking, and courage- perseverance. 2. intellect, encompasses critical thinking, truthfulness, accuracy, open-mindedness, and impartiality. 3. care is predicated upon tolerance, patience,compassion, and sympathetic attention, and sympathetic attention.
  7. 7. Now this is what I came here for! My own evidence that this works and shouldbe being used more at home.
  8. 8. If you think eportfolios are transformational,why don’t you have one? Wende Garrison On the eportfolio journey • The
  9. 9. Advice from a Caterpillar You cant write the wrong thing in reflective writing. You are the authority of your own Experience. Reflective writing in medicine, story or narrative writing.Write a story of Experience. Through this you find out what you know and remember. Max van maven, "stories are a form of everyday theorizing " Through reflection we bring our espoused values into practice. We can only reflect effectively if we are trying to get out of our own little bubble. Why fiction? Its under the mask of fiction that you can tell the truth What we write today is open to change, stories and narrative are fluid.Reflective writing technique-free writing- write anything that comes head into your head for 6 minutes (Coleridge) it enables us to suspend our disbelief. You may write a list, you may not think about it. Its private. Use metaphor, If you were weather, what weather would you be now? Reflective writing can very - Therapeutic, but we dont need to share it all the time.Writing is different form telling and talking; writing is different because you communicate with that. 3 stages, Using the voice is private, reading it back, reading it aloud to others, you give it voice. Use of words is vital. For assessment, its good to follow this process then select from it for the assessment. Short science fiction reflection on the future Intel
  10. 10. Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? I dont much care where — said Alice. But I dont want to go among mad people, Alice remarked. How do you know Im mad? said Alice TThat depends a good deal onwhere you want to get to, said the Cat. Then it doesnt matter which way you go, said the Cat Oh, you cant help that, saidthe Cat: were all mad here. Im mad. Youre mad.’You must be, said the Cat, oryou wouldnt have come here.
  11. 11. Are we allowed to talk about this? Career Development Learning and ePortfolios in the Medical Sciences
  12. 12. DOTS Text learningCareer development entify,empowers individuals to id e skills,develop and articulate th ns, experiences,qualificatio t willattributes an d knowledge tha effective enable th em to make an futures, transition in to their chosen areers as and m anage their c listic and lifelong learners, with a rea positive attitude’ (Stanbury 2005).
  13. 13. Who Stole the Tarts?Give your evidence, said the King; and dont be nervous, or Ill have you executed on the spot. This did not seem toencourage the witness at all:he kept shifting from one foot to the other
  14. 14. Never fear - I havethese here for you!
  15. 15. Using different rubrics for one task, can we do this? Valid Alices Assessment ofEvidence Learning in Undergraduate Education.
  16. 16. Standards &value rubricseverywhere!
  17. 17. Overcoming Apathy & "Overcoming Apathy" & "How Students Learn" no such thingHow Students Learn as learning styles - they have learning preferences “If there is no cognition there is no learning” attention in the process - no hook, then you dont have them! cognitive neurosciences, the way the brain grows and develops. As we do stuff we get better and better at it. social neuroscience, interactions change us physically. humans have connections, we work with one another and develop the contagion. we influence each others levels. I have enough information then I get brain overload. When marking, when do we really stop reading? How do we move from novice to expert? how do the details actually bring the beauty to the topic? we need to find the details, whats the key component that makes it interesting? we need to teach our students how to learn - they dont know how to learn in our discipline. Teachers teach by thinking, we dont teach that. nobody teaches us how. the pedagogical stuff is its own thing- the theory has been investigated, all learning needs to be investigated. Dr. Todd Zakrajsek
  18. 18. Alice’s adventures inWonderland or Through the Looking-Glass? Despite everything thats happened, nothing has really changed..... or has it?
  19. 19. come and AAEEBLs mission is to develop learners and join us at transform institutions with electronic portfolios. A AAEEBL service organization, AAEEBL offers conferences, resources, community connections, a newsletter, and consultingto institutional members and corporate affiliates.