Student Example ePortfolios
Here are some cool ePortfolios in progress by students:
Using the links below, peruse the student work and create an evidence and interpretation log. On the left side, document examples of when you see the social, personal, cognitive, and/or knowledge-building domains. If you notice specific evidence of metacognition, document that as well. Then respond on the right hand side with your reactions/ interpretations of what classroom habits or student strategies may have supported that piece of evidence. In what specific ways might you hope that some of the students continue to develop?
Go to the example ePortfolio website and look through the assignment and example artifacts.
What classroom strategies will you use to bring in the habits necessary to have an excellent final product that connects to the SLOs for each item?
For Homework: Before our next meeting, write a portfolio piece and save it somewhere online so that you can upload it to your ePortfolio template later.
College One is a journey of attempting to develop reading skills AND demystify college while supporting the personal, social, cognitive, and knowledge-building domains through metacognitive conversation! That's a lot! How are you going to approach this journey? How can you connect with students off the bat?
Reflect and Write: After you reflect, write a welcome letter to your students introducing yourself and some things that you hope for this semester's College One.
Artifact: Include a few personal pictures, a video, or other website with a caption as to why you've included it. These should be attempts to connect with your students as well as sharing something about you and your hopes for the semester with them in College One.