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Transcript of Digital Portfolios
Portfolios: Establishing Skills
Transition: Physical Portfolio to Digital Portfolio
Our physical portfolio process:
Reflect / Assess
"Where is my portfolio?"
To organize the ideas in a creative format
Can be co-created real time within teams, like Google Docs
Sample of Prezi presentation with other multimedia tools EXHIBITION) Helen group
CREATING DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS
-GOOGLE APPS (is entirely free, is a web based e-mail, documents for collaborative study anytime)
1) We suggest visiting DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS SITE ,sample digital portfolios (Year 5C).
2) Open a site from your google account.
3) Optional: enter
for tablets. Start a class with the students names.
Fosters ownership of process and work through:
Portfolios: Life-long Learning
-Informs and supports
"An electronic portfolio is a reflection tool which shows progress through time"
Dr Helen Barret
Consultant and Researcher at electronicportfolios.org
IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS
IN THE CLASSROOM
Date: October 26th
Learners' reflection samples:
upload from the 5C site Corti
21st Century Portfolios
Reflections and multimedia devices to support Metacognition
Reflection: heart of the Portfolio
e - PORTFOLIOS
learning is social and
-Motivating and engaging
-On-line...all the time
Collaborative on line presenting tool
Sources of information
Barret, H.C. Helen Barrett's Blog. Disponible en:
Nichols,J (2013) 5 Reasons to use Digital Portfolios in your classroom.Teach Thought. Retrieved: http//www.teachthought.com/technology/5-reasons-to-use-digital-portfolios
Santamaria,F.(2008) Apuntes sobre e-portafolios. Disponible en; http//fernandosantamaria.com/blog/2008
Palmer, Stuart (2007)
An Online Student Portfolio for the Developmentand Assessment of Engineering GraduateAttributes: http://www.academia.edu/666877/An_Online_Student_Portfolio_for_the_Development_and_Assessment_of_Engineering_Graduate_Attributes
Read students' reflections from the Y5 site!!
"I chose this piece of work because I learnt the characteristics of LIVING and NON-LIVING things.We watched some videos about LIVING and NON-LIVING things so after, we could do a mind map on our own. I enjoyed making a mind map on my own.
I found challenging connecting what the animals (living things) had in common with plants (different living things).
I applied my thinknig skills because I had to pay attention to the videos and, then, transfer the informationdo a mind map.
I think I could organize myself better when I am designing mind maps" Robertina
Create and publish virtual books
Students uses to show sequences of events
( Social studies, reading and writing )
Use other students to motivate writers.
Share with the audience..
Sources of information
Parker, Michele (2012) Qualitative Analysis of Student Perceptions of E-Portfolios in a Teacher Traning Program: http://eric.ed.gov/?q=Digital+Portfolios+and+Learning%3a+The+Students%27+Voices&ft=on&id=EJ972450
Johnson, Larry and Annette Lamb (2007) "Teacher Tap" Professional Development for Teachers and Librarians: http://eduscapes.com/tap/topic82.htm
CONFERENCIA HELEN BARRET
¿CUÁL ES LA CONEXIÓN ENTRE LA MOTIVACIÓN Y EL E-PORTFOLIO?