O portfolio, where art thou?

Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) // @anitsirk // Eportfolio Ireland // Dublin // 11 November 2019

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My portfolio journey

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My main roles

Project lead

Community manager

Agony aunt

Ninja

Manual author

Facilitator

Brief history

1st occurrence in OED

History of student progress

Recognition of prior (informal) learning

Teaching portfolios

Student portfolios

Electronic portfolios

1813

early 1900s

post WWII

1970s

1980s

2000s

//

Multi-layered story

Lifelong

Lifewide

non-formal

formal

informal

School

Work

Retirement

Adapted from LIFE Center; Chen, 2009

Folio thinking

... is a process of engaging in the collection, organization, reflection and connection that leads to a person’s ability to speak intelligently and concisely (i.e. tell stories) about one’s learning experiences, what they mean and their value, and how the experiences relate one to each other.

Portfolio activities: 5 Cs

Create

Collect

Curate

Converse

Connect

Then

Now

Assessment

Development

Minimal engagement

Conversations

Procrastination

Early start

The appraisal was fuller and showed a better level of constructive interaction and purposeful review.

Nurse

Resources

New initiatives in 2019

AAEEBL task force: Ethics and ePortfolios

Eportfolio Ireland survey on Irish ePortfolio practice

Over to you

Where do you see portfolios making their biggest contribution to a student's learning journey?


What is the most difficult aspect of implementing portfolios for you?

O portfolio, where art thou?

By Kristina Hoeppner

O portfolio, where art thou?

Presentation by Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) at the Eporfolio Ireland seminar in Dublin, Ireland, on 11 November 2019. Recording at https://youtu.be/2Iv9CCYBZ4E

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