14 juillet 2019

Expérimentation d'une démarche ePortfolio

sup-numerique.gouv.frLa mise en place d'une démarche ePortfolio s'intègre dans ces modalités et a été menée pour répondre aux objectifs suivants :
  • renforcer les objectifs de pré-professionnalisation du projet 2P.L.G.
  • structurer la démarche d'accompagnement des étudiants dans un processus global
  • permettre aux étudiants de :
    • développer leurs capacités d'autoréflexion
    • donner du sens à leurs acquis et leur parcours de formation en licence
    • capitaliser les résultats de leur réflexivité, sur un espace numérique et les rendre lisibles dans un objectif de valorisation de leur profil. Plus...

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ePortfolio : un dispositif national

sup-numerique.gouv.frDans un environnement numérique, le ePortfolio rassemble un ensemble de documents et de ressources électroniques pour décrire et illustrer apprentissage, carrière, expériences, travaux et compétences des étudiants. Plus...

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05 juillet 2019

B.C. Grad Portfolios Scrapped

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jeremy Hiebert[Edit][Delete]: B.C. Grad Portfolios Scrapped, HeadsPaceJ [Edit][Delete] August 2, 2006
From the 'we told you' department: "The program was designed to showcase students' efforts in arts, sports, employment skills and health âx" to help them get jobs and enter post-secondary education. But Bond told CBC Radio that parents, teachers and students have been complaining about the time it takes to put the portfolio together." Jeremy Hiebert comments, wryly, "Well...ummm...yeah, these things do take time to put together properly. More...

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WikiSpaces for ePortfolios

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Helen Barrett[Edit][Delete]: WikiSpaces for ePortfolios, E-Portfolios for Learning [Edit][Delete] July 27, 2006
Collaborative creation of e-portfolios? I will have to think about that a bit. In any case, Helen Barrett introduces WikiSpaces for e-Portfolios in this article. I got as far as the registration screen and, not feeling like yet another online account, bailed there. More...

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24 juin 2019

Supporting Learning Through Electronic Portfolios

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Phil Abrami, et.al.[Edit][Delete]: Supporting Learning Through Electronic Portfolios, CIDER [Edit][Delete] May 29, 2006
This is an interesting PowerPoint presentation describing an e-portfolio project being conducted by the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance. The project design is based on a self-reflection model consisting of three major steps: forethought, performance, self-reflection (and then back to forethought again, to continue the cycle). Numerous screen shots; good explanation. More...

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Mirror, Mirror: Refining the reflexion Element in the IMS e-Portfolio Specification

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Catherine Howell[Edit][Delete]: Mirror, Mirror: Refining the reflexion Element in the IMS e-Portfolio Specification, EDUCAUSE Blogs [Edit][Delete] May 24, 2006
I haven't been too involved in the discussion of e-portfolios because I think a lot of that discussion is misplaced. This set of observations on the 'reflexion' element is a perfect example. Catherine Howell argues that the definition, in the IMS specification, is fuzzy, and insufficiently distinguished from an assertion. Quite right, but I would go further and ask what the point is of distinguishing between a reflection and an assertion at all, and even what the point is of placing these (via a form???) into an e-portfolio in the first place. It's this whole idea that everything must be contained in a single format rearing its head again. More...

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14 juin 2019

Meeting the Accountability Challenge by Implementing a Campus-Wide ePortfolio

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Dave Tosh[Edit][Delete]: Meeting the Accountability Challenge by Implementing a Campus-Wide ePortfolio., Dave Tosh : Weblog [Edit][Delete] March 5, 2006
Take a new technology, put into the hands of an institution, and they break it. As Dave Tosh says, "the conclusion suggests to me that they are completely missing the boat: 'As higher education institutions adapt to society's current and future needs and expectations, implementing robust ePortfolios will increase effectiveness and document our value to our students and communities. We must be proactive to show policy makers that we embrace our changing world and that we are committed to excellence, both for our students and our institution.'" e-Portfolios aren't about making politicians happy, they are about enabling people to have a voice and an identity. More...

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Electronic Portfolios for Whom?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Javier I. Ayala[Edit][Delete]: Electronic Portfolios for Whom?, EDUCAUSE Quarterly [Edit][Delete] February 8, 2006
I couldn't say it more plainly myself. "The literature doesn't discuss e-portfolio use to meet student needs and concerns but to support administrative efforts to solve long-term curricular issues." And I agree with this assessment: "Implementers who have not thoughtfully addressed the key issues outlined here will eventually come crashing down. More...

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05 juin 2019

PLE's - Are They What the ePortfolio Promised to Be?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Dave Tosh[Edit][Delete]: PLE's - Are They What the ePortfolio Promised to Be?, Dave Tosh : Weblog [Edit][Delete] February 11, 2006

I think this is a good question. "Did vendors and institutions kill the initial promise of e-portfolios by trying to turn the concept into a single tool (product) used to measure student achievement?" More: "As Helen Barrett said: 'I am very concerned that the current crop of commercial tools are 'perversions' (Lee Shulman's term) of the portfolio concept.'" Jeremy Hiebert offers a diagram that is closer to the concept originally envisioned. More...

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21 mai 2019

Recognising Learning: Educational and pedagogic issues in e-Portfolios

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Graham Attwell: Recognising Learning: Educational and pedagogic issues in e-Portfolios, Graham Attwell :: Weblog October 7, 2005

The core of this paper is the "seven different functions for an ePortfolio, all of which can be mapped against different pedagogic processes": recognizing learning, recording learning, reflecting on learning, validating learning, presenting learning, planning learning, and assessing learning. More...

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