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ePortfolios for Authentic Assessment

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ePortfolios empower students to emphasize individual strengths, therefore, allowing them to become key players in their own learning. Join the presenter as she discusses the development and implementation of ePortfolios.

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ePortfolios for Authentic Assessment

  1. 1. ePortfolios for Authentic Assessment
  2. 2. Presenter Director of Professional Development 972-275-9251 dbenner@tcea.org @diben Diana Benner @diben @tcea TWEET It!
  3. 3. “Assessment defines what students regard as important, how they spend their time and how they come to see themselves as students and then as graduates…… If you want to change student learning then change the methods of assessment.” (Brown, G et al, 1997)
  4. 4. Goals • Explore the use of ePortfolios to support learning • Identify tools to create ePortfolios • Reflect on how your students can benefit from ePortfolios • Have fun!
  5. 5. Session Resources http://goo.gl/g7ExzZ
  6. 6. Today’s Meet Today’s Meet https://todaysmeet.com/eport 1. Introduce Yourself • Name, Position, Campus 2. What is your knowledge of ePortfolios?
  7. 7. What are ePortfolios?
  8. 8. ePortfolios http://youtu.be/nOYB-vQbBFA/
  9. 9. E-Portfolios are: • Collections of work designed for a specific purpose • Artifacts are the evidence of growth over time • Highlights of how new understandings and learning is developed • Works that use electronic media and services ePortfolios
  10. 10. • Personal information • Education history • Recognition – awards • Reflective comments • Teacher comments • Goals, plans • Personal values and interests • Presentations, papers • Coursework – assignment, projects • Personal activities – volunteer work Components of ePortfolios All artifacts should have a purpose
  11. 11. 1. Collect items for the portfolio 2. Select items best able to demonstrate competence 3. Reflect on the items selected in order to demonstrate learning derived from experiences 4. Connect various aspects of life – personal, learning, work, and community Process of ePortfolio Creation
  12. 12. Why use ePortfolios? "A portfolio that is truly a story of learning is OWNED by the learner, structured by the learner, and told in the learner's own VOICE (literally and rhetorically)." Helen C. Barrett, Ph.D.
  13. 13. Advantages of ePortfolios
  14. 14. Advantages of ePortfolios
  15. 15. Why ePortfolios?
  16. 16. Types of ePortfolios
  17. 17. 3 Types of ePorfolios
  18. 18. Accountability ePortfolio Documents learning for achievement of specific outcomes or standards Focuses on administrators’ need for data
  19. 19. Process ePortfolio Supports students in achieving their goals Focuses on student growth
  20. 20. Showcase ePorfolios Celebrates learning outcomes & shows the highest level of achievement Focuses on best samples of work
  21. 21. Showcase ePorfolios Celebrates learning outcomes & shows the highest level of achievement Focuses on best samples of work http://electronicportfolios.org/balance/
  22. 22. ePortfolio Tools
  23. 23. http://sites.google.com  Easy and free website/wiki  Templates are available for your site  Allows you to upload your materials into your page including, files, PDFs, videos, pictures and HTML codes ePortfolios with Google Apps: https://sites.google.com/site/eportfolioapps/online-tutorials-sites Google Tools meet ePorfolios https://sites.google.com/site/googlioproject/home
  24. 24. http://foliofor.me/
  25. 25. http://pathbrite.com/  Allows users to create academic digital portfolios using different media  Offers different templates for users to choose from  Import materials such asPDFs, Docs, Pictures, Videos and more
  26. 26. Dropr http://dropr.com/  Provides you with a space where you can create an online portfolio  Each of these pages has its own unique URL  Dropr editor is very easy to use and with just drag and drop you can upload and share all types of content: pictures, videos, and more
  27. 27. Silk https://www.silk.co/  A web tool that you can use to create beautiful webpages where you can create, edit, and share your digital portfolios  Comes in with a variety of themes to choose from for each page  Gives you more ways to structure and visualize your content
  28. 28. http://www.weebly.com  A platform that lets you set up a web page in a matter of few clicks  provides pre-set themes and templates to use with your webpage  provides you with powerful authoring tools to add materials and content on your pages
  29. 29. https://evernote.com/  A platform designed for notetaking and archiving collections of items  A "note" can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, or a voice memo  Notes can also have file attachments
  30. 30. ePortfolio Examples
  31. 31. ePortfolio Templates What differences and similarities do you see between the templates? Durham Middle School Lewisville ISD Griffin Middle School Lewisville ISD http://goo.gl/G2Wi3I http://goo.gl/SCTdo1
  32. 32. ePortfolio Template Creek Valley Middle School – Lewisville ISD What differences and similarities do you see between the templates? http://goo.gl/Q5Jr32
  33. 33. ePortfolio Template What differences and similarities do you see between the templates? McAuliffe Elementary School – Lewisville ISD http://goo.gl/fQUP00
  34. 34. Lewisville ISD Sample Student ePortfolios https://sites.google.com/a/staff.lisd.net/lewisville-isd-eportfolio-design-quick-link/ Abigail's ePortfolio Lillia's ePortfolio
  35. 35. More Student Examples Fourth Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-4th-kayla-blair/ Fifth Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-5th-andrew-feghali/ Sixth Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/emma-portfolio/ Kindergarten - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-k-lillian-rayburn/ First Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-1st-jake-blair/home Second Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-2nd-emily-tucker/home Third Grade - https://sites.google.com/a/s.dcsdk12.org/pce-3justin-nguyen/ Secondary Student Examples- https://sites.google.com/a/staff.lisd.net/tcea_eportfolios/what/secondary-student-samples
  36. 36. ePortfolio Resources
  37. 37. Where to Begin https://sites.google.com/a/staff.lisd.net/tcea_eportfolios/how Assistant Principals Present e-Portfolio Research Project http://goo.gl/IpYSsO
  38. 38. Where to Begin How do individual campuses begin? http://goo.gl/ICsGjx
  39. 39. Tips for ePortfolio Success TIP #1 STUDENTS HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THE STANDARDS • Arrange the portfolio by standard and/or expectations of what the student needs to know and be able to do. • In order to "pass" the student needs to understand what they need to demonstrate • Students then need to connect their artifacts to the standards
  40. 40. Tips for ePortfolio Success TIP #2 STUDENTS NEED TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT MEANS TO REFLECT • Need to move beyond just the commentary that they are use to through Facebook, Texting, etc. • Consider oral reflections (video...) • What went well? What was challenging? Most Proud of? • Establish a "goal" for next time • Consider/Develop a method for achieving that goal
  41. 41. Tips for ePortfolio Success TIP #3 STUDENTS NEED TO THINK ABOUT ADDITIONAL AUDIENCES •Beyond the teacher and the classroom grade •Must create a portfolio worthy projects
  42. 42. School Culture Can Change To Incorporate Student Work Essential questions a school needs to ask: • VISION: What do you want a student to know and be able to do • PURPOSE: How do you intend to use a student's portfolio? • AUDIENCE: Who will be the primary viewers of the student's portfolio? • ASSESSMENT: How do we decide what's good? • TECHNOLOGY: What tools will we use? Who will support it? • LOGISTICS: How do we build on what we already have? • CULTURE: What else needs to change in order to effectively implement digital portfolios?
  43. 43. Introduction to K-12 ePortfolios https://sites.google.com/site/k12eportfolios/home
  44. 44. Challenge “Learn Today, Use Tomorrow” With a partner, reflect on the following questions: 1. What evidence of value is there in ePortfolios? 2. How do we ensure that technology is not the center of the eportfolio process? 3. How do we get teachers to "buy-in"?
  45. 45. Now What? What will you take back to your campus after this session and how will it be used? Share: • Twitter - @diben or @tcea • Today’s Meet https://todaysmeet.com/eport
  46. 46. Questions
  47. 47. Session Resources 1. Student Voice in ePortfolio https://sites.google.com/a/staff.lisd.net/tcea_eportfolios/home 2. ePortfolios and Reflection http://www.slideshare.net/georgeroberts/eportfolios-and-assessment 3. Digital Portfolios: A Beginner Guide http://myportfolio.school.nz/artefact/file/download.php?file=2638076&view=24719 4. 5 Terrific Web Tools for ePortfolios http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/03/5-terrific-web-tools-to-create- academic.html 5. Digital Age Teaching and Learning https://sites.google.com/a/dcsdk12.org/etil-academycadre/resources-1/jan-20-plc- resources/eportfolios 6. Primary ePortfolios http://primaryportfolios.wikispaces.com/ 7. K-12 ePortfolios https://sites.google.com/site/k12eportfolios/home
  48. 48. Thank You! follow me on twitter @diben