Week 1 Gallery - Portfolio Pedagogy
Below are Examples, Tools and Resources shared via our recorded Week 1 Kickoff Conversations, community contributions through the AAEEBL 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting's Collaboratory, and our live Week 1 Discussions. We'll keep adding your ideas, so keep them coming!
"I already have students complete an eportfolio project which allows them to follow their own passion in the discipline of Neurobiology. I hope to modify it to provide more opportunities for students to showcase their process in a multi-modal manner and find ways to better link this eportfolio project to the rest of the course. This example of a learning ePortfolio [by a student at McMaster University] is an inspiration for how I might engage my students in the Fall." - Christelle Sabatier, Santa Clara University
Example of a faculty portfolio by Steven Bookman, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Pace University, teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.
Check out IUPUI's Engaged Learning Week Spring 2020 Showcase! The showcase features ePortfolios from the Life-Health Sciences Internship Program, which provides students with an opportunity to apply their academic coursework in a paid internship experience on or near the IUPUI campus.
Use Lisa Donaldson's ePortfolio Assessment Rubric, which is shared as a Creative Commons document!
Download and use the ePortfolio Planning Worksheet as you create your own ePortfolios, as recommended by Candyce Reynolds and Sonja Taylor during the Week 1 Playshop!
Use the Peralta CC District's Equity Rubric to check your ePortfolio assignments for assumptions, biases and institutional barriers to student motivation, opportunities and achievement.
Use TILT Higher Ed's Transparent Assignment Template to structure the instructions for your ePortfolio assignments. The key difference is the inclusion of a rationale--why the activity is important (e.g., connections to learning outcomes & real-world uses). This also supports 1st Generation students who may need additional context.
Use the AAC&U VALUE Rubric for Integrative Learning to foster students’ abilities to integrate learning—across courses, over time, and between campus and community life.
Enroll in SUNY's #EmTechMOOC: College students, instructors, and anyone with a desire to stay current with today’s rapidly changing technologies are invited to enroll in SUNY’s open-access course Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC).
Visit the ePortfolio Ireland website to explore resources and publications.
Read ePortfolio as Curriculum: Models and Practices for Developing Students' ePortfolio Literacy, a collection edited by Kathleen Yancey.
Read an ePortfolio contribution to Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities by Kathleen Yancey.