ePortfolios: The story so far

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ePortfolios: The story so far

  1. 1. ePortfolios The story so far... Nick Rate nickrate@gmail.com http://nickrate.com
  2. 2. “...gives schools the flexibility to design and deliver programmes that will engage all students and offer them appropriate learning pathways.”
  3. 3. Do you use... “...teaching approaches that consistently have a positive impact on student learning...”
  4. 4. Do you have... “...assessment for the purpose of improving student learning...”
  5. 5. Do you use... “...elearning to open up new and different ways of learning...”
  6. 6. Do you see... “...parents and caregivers as key partners...”
  7. 7. Do you have... “...programmes that will engage all students...”
  8. 8. ePortfolios gy go a ed p ve ti fec ef rning elea volvement parent in effective a ssessment mo tiva ted en ga ge d
  9. 9. Engage, motivate, create, collaborate, share, present... eLEARNING ePORTFOLIO Effective Pedagogy & Assessment: ASSESSMENT Participation, interaction, FOR collaboration, social networking... LEARNING Web 2.0
  10. 10. You and ePortfolios Questionnaire Please go to: http://nickrate.com and click: Link 1: My ePortfolio Story (results on screen...)
  11. 11. he lio T fo s rt es oc ia o pr ed P re tim he e e ul m m yw ti ss an y e an c d ac cte re di lf- ion se ct fle g re in rk wo ck et ba ln ed cia fe so
  12. 12. The ePortfolio: ...uses electronic technologies as the container, allowing students/teachers to collect and organize portfolio artifacts in many media types (audio, video, graphics, text)... connecting evidence to appropriate outcomes, goals or standards. Barrett, 2005
  13. 13. The ePortfolio: “...what is produced when persons collect, select, reflectively interpret, and/or present their own evidence to support their assertions about what they have learned, know and can or should do...” Cambridge, 2003
  14. 14. “The use of multimedia tools is one strategy that involves and engages learners.” Barrett, 2005
  15. 15. “...opens wide the possibilities for reflections... in action, before action, after action, in solitude, in consultation with peers, in consultation with instructors... written, spoken, videotaped, or graphically represented...” Riedinger., 2006
  16. 16. social networking ...the potential of the learning landscape and eportfolio-related tools are facilitate and features that enhance the making of connections and the linking together of people, ideas, resources and learning... Tosh et al., 2006
  17. 17. ...to define e-Portfolios as a process, rather than just a product or a technological system. Attwell, 2007
  18. 18. he lio T fo s rt es oc ia o pr ed P re tim he e e ul m m yw ti ss an y e an c d ac cte re di lf- ion se ct fle g re in rk wo ck et ba ln ed cia fe so
  19. 19. ePortfolios gy go a ed p ve ti fec ef rning elea volvement parent in effective a ssessment mo tiva ted en ga ge d
  20. 20. 2007 ePortfolios & PMI on your CD folder: eportfolios select student and open folder open index.html file to view portfolios ------ Please go to: http://nickrate.com and click: Link 2: ePortfolio PMI (your feedback on screen...)
  21. 21. ...assessment for learning is one of the most powerful ways of improving learning and raising standards. Assessment Reform Group, 2002
  22. 22. “Good planning is essential to being clear.” Absolum, 2006
  23. 23. “Embedded in a view of teaching and learning, of which it is an essential part.” Assessment Reform Group, 1999
  24. 24. “The awareness of learning and the ability of learners to direct it for themselves is of increasing importance in the context of encouraging lifelong learning.” Assessment Reform Group, 1999
  25. 25. “What this amounts to is that self-assessment by pupils, far from being a luxury, is in essential fact an component of formative assessment.” Black & Wiliam, 1998
  26. 26. Nick’s AFL & ePortfolio Cycle Exemplars, creating LI, SC, Students working towards Future learning matrices/rubrics new goals in their learning “finished” 1st draft teachers example of writing Learning Learning peers Feed back Feed back story artifact artifact video & feed & feed board demonstrated demonstrated forward & forward & self in portfolio in portfolio reflection reflection brainstorm 2nd draft family
  27. 27. Collect Select Reflect Project Burke, Fogarty & Belgrade (1994)
  28. 28. ePortfolios 2009 Please go to: http://nickrate.com and click: Link 4: ePortfolios 2009. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. 1 = Year 6 girl 2 = Year 5 boy 3 = Year 6 boy 4 = Year 5 girl 5 = Year 5 boy
  29. 29. ePortfolio Management... In order to be effective and support the process of student learning, eportfolios: •need to be embedded into your teaching and learning. •require a high level of access to technology. •and you need to set time aside for students to actively reflect on learning in their eportfolio environment. Start small, and work your way up. Get students actively blogging in a class blog and move on to individual spaces
  30. 30. ePortfolio Management... ePortfolios do not add to your workload. Instead you will need to change some of the ways you: • give feedback • facilitate reflection • engage students in self and peer assessments and • you need to adapt learning and teaching so that the process and outcomes can be shared digitally within the eportfolio platform.
  31. 31. Web 2.0 & your school & your students... copyright parent understanding cybersafety bandwidth blocked sites cost age restrictions computer & internet use policies computer & privacy internet user permissions agreements
  32. 32. ePortfolios 2009 Please go to: http://nickrate.com and click: Link 5: Future Proofing our Web 2.0 students. Read-Think-Pair-Share
  33. 33. Where to... “Learning that happens mlearning across moblogging locations, or mfolios that takes mportfolios advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies.” Wikipedia
  34. 34. “...students can carry literally their eportfolio around with them and update it at any time in any place.” MOSEP, 2007
  35. 35. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  36. 36. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  37. 37. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  38. 38. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  39. 39. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  40. 40. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
  41. 41. The iPhone or iPod Touch as an example...
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