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  1. Electronic Portfolios Gil Diaz, April Moore, and Amy Duncan

  2. Welcome! Gil Diaz Educational Technology Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools April Moore Secondary Literacy Curriculum Coordinator San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Amy Duncan Program Specialist West End SELPA San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

  3. Discussion • Now that we have all this data, how are you coming together as teachers & administrators to evaluate student achievement and drive instruction? • Do the numbers reflect the individual learning levels of students?

  4. PortfoliosBackground & Research Purposes of Portfolios • Learning • Assessment/Growth • Employment • Marketing • Showcase/best work • Key characteristics of a student portfolio include… • Selection, charting growth over time • Reflection, both on individual pieces and holistically (metacognition) • Presentation

  5. PortfoliosBackground & Research Barrett, Helen C. “White Paper: Researching Electronic Portfolios and Learner Engagement.” The REFLECT Initiative. 2005. http://electronicportfolios.org/reflect/whitepaper.pdf

  6. ePortfolio Outcomes ePortfolios promote… • Students articulating their understanding of their learning • Accountability for the achievement of all students • Effective transition across grade levels and instructional programs • An analytical view of the individual child’s learning • Parent/home communication

  7. Paper vs. Electronic Portfolios • Student Engagement • Professional Application of Technology Skills • Longevity of Portfolio • Accessibility/Storage Paper • Collecting • Selecting • Reflecting • Projecting • Celebrating Electronic • Archiving • Linking/Thinking • Storytelling • Collaborating • Publishing

  8. Equipment Needed • Multimedia Programs • ePORT subscription/ internet access required • Microsoft PowerPoint • Microsoft Word • Any web authoring program • Scanner and/or Digital Camera • Computer • Additional multimedia devices • Digital Voice Recorder, i.e.. iPod with microphone recorder • Digital Video Camera

  9. Student SampleePORTS Brooke WASC Nadia

  10. Student SampleePORTS Hope IEP Template Mrs. Diaz

  11. Student SampleePORTS Andre Noah

  12. Resources from today’s presentation will be available at www.sbcsseport.org Click on “E” and “West Coast Effective Schools”

  13. For additional information please contact Gil and April at 909-386-2696

  14. Resources from today’s presentation will be available at www.sbcsseport.org Click on “E” and “West Coast Effective Schools”