In this episode of Between the Chapters of @YearsEd, Laura dives deep into the land of e-portfolios with Orna Farrell and David Wicks. We chat about sharing standards/competencies, reflecting on learning, and thinking about how to share practical inquiries in portfolio format for the topics of 2008 & Chapter 15: E-Portfolios. We define what e-portfolios are and aren’t, discuss the affordances of sharing publicly, being open about our failures, building personal learning networks with portfolios, and upack what it means to share & showcase with digital portfolios now.
- Define: What’s the purpose of a portfolio? What’s the clear aim & objective?
- e-Portfolios 2008–2012 with Jisc
- Seattle Pacific University for the Digital Educational Leadership program
- Check out the bPortfolios EdTech Sandbox
- Community of Inquiry
- Mahara ePortfolio
- Personal Learning Networks (PLN): Defining and Building a PLN
- Laura’s 2012 Doctoral Candidate Portfolio vs. Laura’s Blog
- Dr. Helen Barrett “godmother of ePortfolio”: https://electronicportfolios.org/
- From Portafoglio to Eportfolio: The Evolution of Portfolio in Higher Education (Farrell, 2020)
- Eportfolio Ireland Community of Practice
- A time for equity & care? Sheila MacNeill
Questions to reflect on from this chapter:
- How can portfolios provide a better form of assessment of learning?
- What ways can we think about using the standards, practices, and ways of curating learning experiences in Eportfolios for understanding our work and knowledge?
- Are your learners using their portfolios (or blogs) beyond your course? If so, how?
- What is the balance to engage learners to contribute to adding to their portfolio for professional practice?
- How are you pausing to reflect on the work you do? E.g. the why and what of our practice of teaching, learning, and research
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