photo by Mark van Leeuwen on dribble.com My second class has just about come to a close. A few more posts here and there and some tweaks to this site and this course will be finished for me. While the courses in this program are condensed into a 5 week period, there is no shortage… Continue reading The end of 5303
When we were tasked with creating an ePortfolio I was initially overwhelmed. I felt lost because we weren’t given a step by step list of directions on how to create it and there weren’t really any guidelines on how we would be graded upon completion. Many times throughout my creation process I questioned myself and… Continue reading Sharing and Evaluating
When implementing eportfolios into a classroom, it is easily assumed that each individual student owns their own portfolio, mainly because it has their name on it. Ownership is more than just a name though. Ownership is free of limitations or encumbrances. If teachers are encouraging students to take ownership over their work, is it possible… Continue reading Who actually “owns” the ePortfolio?
When I first started creating my portfolio I absolutely thought of it as just another assignment for a course. I would maintain my portfolio for the duration that I was required to do so and then forget about it after a month or two. However, after reading the Why Use an EPortfolio article I’ve started to… Continue reading Why should we use ePortfolios?
After reading the articles this week, I’ve had a few thoughts. I felt like the ePortfolio was just kind of thrown at us at the end of the 5302 course. We went from discussing mindset and COVA and then this ePortfolio, I felt like, kind of came out of nowhere and I was a bit… Continue reading ePortfolio – Getting Started
photo by FLIP Learning on flippedlearning.org This week we were tasked with sharing our portfolios and evaluating our classmates’ portfolios. I have always dreaded sharing my work with others – especially when I am not confident in what I have been working on. Case and point – my ePortfolio. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy… Continue reading Being evaluated