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1 Developing E-Portfolios

2 What is a Portfolio? a collection of an individuals work purposeful representative self-directed exhibits individuals efforts, progress, and achievements (Northwest Evaluation Association, 1990) includes self-reflection

3 Purposes of Portfolios Learning Portfolios a.k.a. instructional or developmental portfolios formative focus is on showing growth and development Assessment Portfolios summative focus is on demonstrating level of mastery Showcase Portfolios a.k.a. marketing or employment portfolios focus is on presenting best

4 How is an E-portfolio different? multimedia/computerized components organization storage

5 Why produce an E-portfolio? Takes up less space Easy to modify and maintain It is easier to share with others Multiple copies Distance Paper copies of portfolio elements if needed Durability

6 Stages of E-Portfolio Development Stage 1: Defining the Portfolio Context & Goals purpose audience standards or organizing framework resources available level of technology to begin Barrett, 2000

7 Stages of E-Portfolio Development Stage 2: The Working Portfolio identify, collect and store artifacts document electronically produce abstract/summary organize artifacts to standards or objectives identify, collect, store style elements Barrett, 2000; Galloway, 2001

8 Stages of E-Portfolio Development Stage 3: The Reflective Portfolio define/re-define goals select representative artifacts address intended purpose of the portfolio address the standards or objectives defining portfolio develop self-reflection components Barrett, 2000

9 Stages of E-Portfolio Development Stage 4: The Connected Portfolio organize selected, digital artifacts create hyperlinks goals artifacts reflections Barrett, 2000

10 Stages of E-Portfolio Development Stage 5: The Presentation Portfolio store/publish portfolio share with intended audience Barrett, 2000

11 Sample Teaching Portfolios Pre-service teachers Generic sample – elementary education Generic sample Elementary Art student (secondary education) Art student In-service teacher Secondary Professor Other Professional

12 Sample Learning Portfolio K-12 student Middle school Undergraduate

13 References Barrett, H.C. (2000). Create your own electronic portfolio: Using off-the-shelf software to showcase your own or student work. [Online document]. Available: Galloway, J.P. (2001). Electronic Portfolios (EP). [Online document]. Available: Dr. Barrett has several other related materials on her web site


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