ePortfolios – defining some key points

In this podcast I talk briefly about the types of eportfolio system, ownership and connectivism

This podcast was produced as part of a conversation we are having in the ‘Using ePortfolios in the Classroom’ module which is part of the GDITE program at Wintec in NZ.

I wanted to open up the conversation to the general public really in an attempt to show the students that an eportfolio is a repository of learning from a variety of sources. In other words not all our learning happens and lives in Moodle.

Please add your thoughts and experiences by adding to the podcast comments rather than on scoop.it

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Source: audioboo.fm

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Teachers Make a Difference: What is the Research Evidence? / Measuring learning / Evidence-based leadership / Pedagogy and assessment / Home – Educational Leaders

The link this research has between teacher effectiveness and eportfolios is feedback. Effective feedback is the number one factor in lifting student achievement as a teacher. Therefore the effective use of an eportfolio is not just the showcasing of learning but the conversation derived from it in forming next steps learning.

http://www.educationalleaders.govt.nz/content/download/501/3926/john_hattie.pdf

Source: www.educationalleaders.govt.nz

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