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Hello World!

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Transcript of Hello World!

Hello World! Using mobile technology and ePortfolios for authentic learning.
by Frances Morgans & Katherine Danaher

1. Tasks with real-world relevance
Personalized tasks
Process of completing tasks has real-world relevance
4. Opportunity for different perspectives
Students can choose how they want to do tasks
Students can choose how to present the task
5. Collaboration
Groupwork in class
6. Reflection
Reflective blogs
9. Create polished products valuable in their own right
10. Allow diversity of outcome
Overview
1. Tasks with real-world relevance
2. Ill-defined tasks
3. Complex activities
4. Opportunity for different perspectives
5. Collaboration
6. Reflection
7. Integration across different domains
8. Seamlessly integrated with assessment
9. Create polished products in their own right
10. Allow diversity of outcome
2. Ill-defined tasks
Problems they will face are unknown
Tasks are broad
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Auckland railway station
Waka at Auckland Museum
St Luke's Presbyterian Church
At the moment I am satisfied with this task and my research because it gave me a chance to be familiar with another religion and meet people from other country and find out more about their beliefs.
Tasks in groups
Google +
Reflection plays a critical role in moving learning to the next level of inquiry (Wozniak, 2013).
3. Complex activities
Many different components
Tasks take two weeks
Scaffolding needed
7. Integration across different domains
Personalisation of tasks
Transferability of skills
Strengthen identity as NZers
8. Seamlessly integrated with assessment
Formative/summative assessment
Embedded assessment
Authenticity is as an important an element in assessment as it is in learning

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( Davies, 2010)
St Mary's Cathedral
Assessment criteria
Assess progress in English
Assess reflective ability
Assess depth of research
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