Me-portfolios and T-portfolios

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ePortfolios have traditionally been about ‘Me’. They are created for varied purposes – personal, professional, promotional – but the focus is on the product that tells a story about ‘Me’ for a particular audience. With the rise in use of eportfolios within education a new category of eportfolio is emerging …. the ‘T’ or Task portfolio. T-portfolios are activity based and focus on surfacing the process of learning, with the development of the portfolio being as important as the final product.

This presentation will describe and provide examples of five types of T-portfolios: Process, Project, Placement, Production, and Pedagogical. Gaining an understanding of this different category of eportfolio will assist educators to consider a whole range of new applications for the use of eportfolios in teaching and learning.

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Me-portfolios and T-portfolios

  1. 1. Me-portfolios and T-portfolios Alison Poot Pebble Learning Shane Sutherland Pebble Learning
  2. 2. “I really support the use of ePortfolios and think it is VERY important that students develop one while at Uni ….. ….. but what has that got to do with my teaching?” Academic
  3. 3. Me - portfolios • The traditional ‘eportfolio’ • It’s all about ME! • Extra curricular • Product focussed
  4. 4. • Personal • Professional • Promotional
  5. 5. Personal
  6. 6. Professional
  7. 7. Promotional
  8. 8. BUT …… There is a whole other side to this portfolio story! And the teachers are the enablers.
  9. 9. T - portfolios • The TASK portfolio • It’s all about the activity • Core curricular • Product and process focussed
  10. 10. • Process • Project • Placement • Production • Pedagogical
  11. 11. Process
  12. 12. Project
  13. 13. Placement
  14. 14. Production
  15. 15. Pedagogical
  16. 16. How do task-portfolios benefit me-portfolios?
  17. 17. • ePortfolios as personalisable, task-based, micro learning packages… • Enhanced by evidence, thoughts, ideas, responses and reflections from the user… • Enriched by comments, feedback, contributions and ideas from others…
  18. 18. • ePortfolios as personalisable, task-based, micro learning packages…  Developed over time • Enhanced by evidence, thoughts, ideas, responses and reflections from the user…  Enhanced over time • Enriched by comments, feedback, contributions and ideas from others…  Enriched over time ASSETS vs ESSAYS
  19. 19. T (task) - portfolios Distributable, personalisable, re-useable, takeaway-able …. …. and the richest possible evidence for my Me-portfolio(s)

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