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E-portfolios - developing a learning culture
Transcript of E-portfolios - developing a learning culture
collection of digital objects demonstrating experiences,
achievements and other evidence of learning. E-portfolios
provide learners with a structured way of recording their
learning experiences. They can include a range of digital
evidence such as audio, video, photographs and blogs.
An ePortfolio is a collection of information and digital artifacts that can demonstrate development or give evidence to show learning outcomes, skills or competencies have been achieved. When producing an ePortfolio, this usually requires the synthesis of ideas, reflection on achievements, self-awareness and forward planning. In 2008 Jess had an e-portfolio. She used
wikispaces to make her cover page. This
graphic was made with Glogster, a web 2
http://jesseportfolio.wikispaces.com/ Jess used blogspot to make her
other pages. She used a range of
tools for reflection including:
Voice Thread, Slide.com, Excel (for
http://jesssciencefair.blogspot.com/ Why have an e-portfolio? Barrett (2005) says they are a means to an end: to support reflection that can help the students understand their own learning and to provide a richer picture of student work that can document growth over time What are the attributes of an e-portfolio? Learning artifacts Comments Reflections Sharing Learner owned