ePortfolios for Educators - Mahara. This workshop has been designed for two specific audiences: Individuals and those taking part in a workshop.
For Individual learners If you are doing this by yourself then you should review the slide show first, then work your way through activities 1-6, building up your list of requirements, ideas, and questions to explore with colleagues. Creating your activity brief will come shortly afterwards. Lecturers facilitating a group workshop The way I advise using this workshop with a group of learners is to make sure all participants have access to a laptop or computer as they will need to be using the internet for some of their searches. First, present the slides at the top of the page, allowing for discussion and questioning. Free webinar: Eportfolio research – both in Australia and overseas + more. Free webinar: Eportfolio research – both in Australia and overseas + more The ePortfolios Australia Organising Committee are pleased to announce the second of two free webinars for 2018 entitled Eportfolio research – both in Australia and overseas.
This webinar will be held on Wednesday 8 August 2018. Our presenters and their topics include: Dr Kathryn Coleman, University of Melbourne and Associate Professor Patsie Polly, UNSW Sydney – Highlight Tour: Global Tales of ePortfolio research and practice in Australia and internationallyAssociate Professor Stephen Isbel, University of Canberra and Dr Misty Kirby, Charles Sturt University – Researching ePortfolios in Higher Education: The Process, Pitfalls and Epiphanies. Reflection on demand? Reflective practitioners?
Reflection on action? Reflection in action? 29 June: Join our discussion on e-portfolios in education. On 29 June 2017 Open Education Europa is inviting you to join an online discussion on e-Portfolios.
The live chat session is organised as part of OEE’s June focus on e-Portfolios and will be moderated by Teresa Mackinnon. Teresa is Principal Teaching Fellow (e-learning) at the Language Centre, University of Warwick with extensive experience across sectors within the virtual learning environment and as an open education practitioner. During the live chat participants can discuss topics such as sharing best practices in developing e-Portfolios, the challenges involved and what emerging areas there are. Mahara: your personal e-portfolio. By: Laura Orozco Wellington, New Zealand.
ePortfolios & Open Badges Maturity Matrix. July 2nd saw the first public presentation of the ePortfolios & Open Badges Maturity Matrix, one of the outcomes of the Europortfolio initiative (www.europortfolio.org).
This post reports some of the ideas that were presented during this webinar. Maturity matrix.pdf. 6. ePortfolios 7. ePortfolios — Technologies 8.
Matrix.png (PNG Image, 1040 × 729 pixels) - Scaled (98%) Teresa MacKinnon sur Twitter : "working with #eportfolios in the #midlands ? let's get together for a MUM! #mahara user group, scan QR code now! New learning tool, and thoughts on lifelong learning. In my spare (non-UAL) time I have been developing an application which is a cross between a creative note-taking tool, an authoring tool, and a personal knowledge base.
I would be interested in discussing potential educational applications of the software with tutors, lecturers or other educators. Or anyone else. Please get in touch if you’re interested! The app, which is unnamed as yet (suggestions?) , is inspired by various software tools and web apps which I use or have used, including TiddlyWiki, Trello, OneNote and Scrivener, and was originally developed to ‘scratch my own itch’. The concept. What's in the future of Mahara? Using Mahara in language learning. Posted on 22 April 2014.
E-language - e-portfolios. Mise en œuvre du ePortfolio Mahara dans le cadre d’un master en alternance - Centre d'Enseignement Multimédia Universitaire (C.E.M.U.) Université de Caen Basse-Normandie. Mise en œuvre du ePortfolio Mahara dans le cadre d’un master en alternance 2ème journée initiaTICE – 11 juin 2013.
European Network of ePortfolio Experts & Practitioners. SCILT > S1-S3 > Sample approaches > Transition from Primary to Secondary. SCILT now has its own European Language Portfolio (ELP) for Scottish primary pupils and it has been registered with the Council of Europe. OcTEL 2014. Recording and Slides - UK Chapter Webinar. The first meeting of the UK Chapter of Europortfolio – in the form on an online webinar – took place on 7th May with support from the Centre for Recording Achievement (CRA) and Jisc. Three short presentations – from Sarah Chesney on ‘user perspectives’, Shane Sutherliand on ‘technological possibilities’ and Peter Hartley on the ‘research agenda’, provided a context for discussion and served to emphasise that many of the issues in respect of effective implementation are not UK specific but are likely to be interest and relevance to the wide Europortfolio community.
This webinar, jointly convened by the CRA and Jisc, provided an opportunity for UK practitioners to 1.Learn more about the Europortfolio project, an EU funded network of eportfolio experts and practitioners www.europortfolio.eu . 2.Consider how the development of a distinctive UK network might add value to our own work and that of the Project as a whole.
European Network of ePortfolio Experts & Practitioners. Centre for Recording Achievement. Mobile Access and Apps: Maharadroid for Android. MaharaDroid enables Android phones to share or upload content to a Mahara. There are two versions available The Solent version has been updated to support offline working and synching, journals, tags and descriptions. Download here. You will need to allow app installation from unknown sources to install as it is on Solent's servers. The older official public version is available from Google Play store and allows upload of photos. Setting up the Solent version of Maharadroid: Newsletter (ISSN 2230-4045) Welcome to the April 2014 edition of the Mahara Newsletter. We have lots of stories to share with you this time, and they come from around the world: Australia, UAE, Ethopia, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Spain, the UK, and the USA.
So settle into your chair and make yourself comfortable. The next newsletter will be published on 1 July 2014, and you can send articles to email@example.com. The Mahara Newsletter is published under the Creative Commons BY-SA license 3.0. Home - Savvyfolio.net. Savvyfolio.net is a subscription-based ePortfolio service offered to education and training organizations by Learning Agents Inc., an award-winning e-learning solutions company.
Savvyfolio.net is built on the proven Mahara ePortfolio platform, used by educators worldwide. Our servers are located in Canada. An ePortfolio is a digitized collection of evidence that demonstrates skills and learning. Over half of today’s employers use social networking sites to research job candidates, so your learners need to be ready to put their best foot forward in person and online. Why The Brain Benefits From Reflection In Learning. Why The Brain Benefits From Reflection In Learning by Judy Willis M.D., M.Ed., radteach.com Executive function stimulation: include questions in homework and tests that require mathematics communication. In addition to showing the steps used to solve a problem, when students are asked to explain their thinking and why they selected a procedure or what similar mathematics they related to when solving the problem, they are using more executive function.
This process engages the mental manipulation of metacognition, thought organization, concise consolidation of knowledge, deductive and inductive thinking. Activities That Reach Executive Function 1. Mental Manipulation & Executive Function Processing time, reflection, and metacognition are vital to the learning environment. Thus, much of the effort put into teaching and studying is wasted because students do not adequately process their experiences, nor are they given time to reflect upon them. Reflection Can Build Confidence. Eportfolio showcase hd. Mahara UK Conference 2013: guest post by Jim Judges. The academic technology team at Warwick is just starting to explore what we might do with Mahara, and looking to experienced users like Teresa McKinnon and Jo Trowsdale for ideas.
Mahara UK Conference 2013: guest post by Jim Judges. MoodleMoot 2013 - Bordeaux. Resources on e-portfolios. A report on e-portfolios : design features, uses, benefits, examples & emerging trends. Student led e-Portfolio training sessions at Angus College. TEDxASB - Helen Barrett - 2/25/10. A Balanced Approach to E-Portfolios. Mahara 1.2 E-Portfolios: Beginner's Guide Book & eBook. Where is reflection in the learning process? Today, we finished the second week of an interpersonal communications course. The students in the course are first term college students, a few fresh out of high school. Course: Creating Student e-Portfolios with Google Sites. What are the advantages or disadvantages of portfolio assessment.