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1 Gil Diaz, April Moore, and Amy Duncan Student Voice through Electronic Portfolios Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

2 Resources from today’s presentation will be available at Resources from today’s presentation will be available at

3 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Welcome! Gil Diaz Educational Technology Curriculum Coordinator Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Gil Diaz Educational Technology Curriculum Coordinator Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools April Moore Secondary Literacy Curriculum Coordinator Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools April Moore Secondary Literacy Curriculum Coordinator Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Amy Duncan Program Specialist West End SELPA San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Amy Duncan Program Specialist West End SELPA San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

4 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Discussion o Now that we have all this data, how are you coming together as teachers & administrators to evaluate student achievement and drive instruction? o Do the numbers reflect the individual learning levels of students? o Now that we have all this data, how are you coming together as teachers & administrators to evaluate student achievement and drive instruction? o Do the numbers reflect the individual learning levels of students?

5 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Portfolios Background & Research Purposes of Portfolios LearningLearning Assessment/GrowthAssessment/Growth EmploymentEmployment MarketingMarketing Showcase/best workShowcase/best work Purposes of Portfolios LearningLearning Assessment/GrowthAssessment/Growth EmploymentEmployment MarketingMarketing Showcase/best workShowcase/best work Key characteristics of a student portfolio include… Selection, charting growth over time Reflection, both on individual pieces and holistically (metacognition) Presentation

6 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Portfolios Background & Research Barrett, Helen C. “White Paper: Researching Electronic Portfolios and Learner Engagement.” The REFLECT Initiative The REFLECT Initiative Barrett, Helen C. “White Paper: Researching Electronic Portfolios and Learner Engagement.” The REFLECT Initiative The REFLECT Initiative

7 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools ePortfolio Outcomes ePortfolios promote… student articulation of their understanding of their learningstudent articulation of their understanding of their learning accountability for the achievement of all studentsaccountability for the achievement of all students effective transition across grade levels and instructional programseffective transition across grade levels and instructional programs an analytical view of the individual child’s learningan analytical view of the individual child’s learning an opportunity for students to reflect on their own learning through their individual voicean opportunity for students to reflect on their own learning through their individual voice parent/home communicationparent/home communication ePortfolios promote… student articulation of their understanding of their learningstudent articulation of their understanding of their learning accountability for the achievement of all studentsaccountability for the achievement of all students effective transition across grade levels and instructional programseffective transition across grade levels and instructional programs an analytical view of the individual child’s learningan analytical view of the individual child’s learning an opportunity for students to reflect on their own learning through their individual voicean opportunity for students to reflect on their own learning through their individual voice parent/home communicationparent/home communication

8 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Paper vs. Electronic Portfolios Student EngagementStudent Engagement Professional Application of Technology SkillsProfessional Application of Technology Skills Longevity of PortfolioLongevity of Portfolio Accessibility/StorageAccessibility/Storage Student EngagementStudent Engagement Professional Application of Technology SkillsProfessional Application of Technology Skills Longevity of PortfolioLongevity of Portfolio Accessibility/StorageAccessibility/Storage Paper  Collecting  Selecting  Reflecting  Projecting  Celebrating Paper  Collecting  Selecting  Reflecting  Projecting  Celebrating Electronic  Archiving  Linking/Thinking  Storytelling  Collaborating  Publishing Electronic  Archiving  Linking/Thinking  Storytelling  Collaborating  Publishing

9 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Equipment Needed  Multimedia Programs  ePORT subscription/ internet access required  Microsoft PowerPoint  Microsoft Word  Any web authoring program  Scanner and/or Digital Camera  Computer  Additional multimedia devices  Digital Voice Recorder, i.e.. iPod with microphone recorder  Digital Video Camera  Multimedia Programs  ePORT subscription/ internet access required  Microsoft PowerPoint  Microsoft Word  Any web authoring program  Scanner and/or Digital Camera  Computer  Additional multimedia devices  Digital Voice Recorder, i.e.. iPod with microphone recorder  Digital Video Camera

10 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Student Sample ePORTS BrookeWASC Hope

11 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Student Sample ePORTS Mrs. Diaz ePort

12 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Student Sample ePORTS Andre ePort

13 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Student Sample ePORTS Ms. Walker ePort

14 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools ePortfolio Outcomes ePortfolios promote… Students articulating of their understanding of their learningStudents articulating of their understanding of their learning Accountability for the achievement of all studentsAccountability for the achievement of all students Effective transition across grade levels and instructional programsEffective transition across grade levels and instructional programs An analytical view of the individual child’s learningAn analytical view of the individual child’s learning Parent/home communicationParent/home communication ePortfolios promote… Students articulating of their understanding of their learningStudents articulating of their understanding of their learning Accountability for the achievement of all studentsAccountability for the achievement of all students Effective transition across grade levels and instructional programsEffective transition across grade levels and instructional programs An analytical view of the individual child’s learningAn analytical view of the individual child’s learning Parent/home communicationParent/home communication

15 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools How do you see ePortfolios impacting the educational outcomes for you, your staff, and ultimately your students?

16 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Resources from today’s presentation will be available at Resources from today’s presentation will be available at

17 Copyright © 2008 San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools For additional information please contact Gil Diaz, April Moore or Amy Duncan Amy Duncan at For additional information please contact Gil Diaz, April Moore or Amy Duncan Amy Duncan at


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