Presentation on theme: "EPortfolios: Door to the Future Holly Hofmann Tech Fair Fall 2008 Sponsored by Title V Coop."— Presentation transcript:
ePortfolios: Door to the Future Holly Hofmann Tech Fair Fall 2008 Sponsored by Title V Coop
Definitions As defined by the Northwest Evaluation Association, 1990, a portfolio in education must include: Student participation in selecting contents Criteria for selection Criteria for judging merit Evidence of student self-reflection
Purpose of ePortfolios: Collect, Reflect, Share and Evaluate Students -class requirements -graduation requirements -certification -employment resumes This slide adapted from Ittelson presentation. Faculty FTP Process Job Search CV Assessment of class, college, etc.
Classroom Use of ePortfolios Presentation tool (& online, long-term storage of presentations) Peer Review and Reflection tool Teacher feedback and reflection tool Organization and Planning tool Marketing & job search tool Student Collaboration tool
Were Convinced: Lets Try it! Please go to: http://signup.efolioworld.com Your handout will guide you through the process.
Resources John C. Ittelson, Director of Instructional Technologies, K-20 California Education Technology Collaborative email@example.com http://www.k20cetc.org/ Powerpoint from John Ittelsons Presentation at WLACs 2007 Tech Fair: http://web.mac.com/jittelson/ePort/West_LA.html
Resources, cont. http://www.electronicportfolios.org/ A comprehensive site by Helen Barrett, ePortfolio pioneer. http://www.educause.edu/ELI/Archives/EPort folios/5524 http://www.educause.edu/ELI/Archives/EPort folios/5524 Samples of ePortfolios and literature about them.