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My Professional Portfolio

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  1. My Professional Portfolio
  2. Contents of My Portfolio
  3. Introduction
  4. Scanned Version
  5. Portfolio-at-a-Glance
  6. Biography
  7. PT3 Grants - Presentations & Publications
  8. Research on ePortfolios
  9. Future Learning Goals
  10. Goal: Researching Electronic Portfolios
  11. Goal: Digital Storytelling
  12. Evidence of Competencies
  13. Writing & Assessment (Publications on website)
  14. Purpose of Digital Stories in ePortfolios
  15. Authentic Assessment with Electronic Portfolios using Common Software and Web 2.0 Tools
  16. 2006 AERA paper
  17. White Paper: Researching Electronic Portfolios and Learner Engagement
  18. Writing & Assessment (Publications in Journals)
  19. IRA Journal article (2007)
  20. Connected Newsletter article (2006)
  21. Create Your Own Electronic Portfolio (2000)
  22. Technology-Supported Portfolio Assessment (1994 & 1996)
  23. Electronic Portfolio Competency
  24. Apple Learning Interchange
  25. My Website on ePortfolios
  26. My Blogger Blog
  27. Digital Storytelling Competency
  28. Family Portfolios & Digital Stories
  29. Prepare for a Digital Storytelling Workshop (.mov)
  30. Electronic Portfolios as Digital Stories of Learning (.mov)
  31. Choices - A Digital Story of Learning (.mov)
  32. Technology Competency
  33. At-a-Glance Guides
  34. CD-ROM-based Handbook
  35. Using Adobe Acrobat for Electronic Portfolio Development
  36. Creating ePortfolios with Web 2.0 Tools
  37. Teaching & Instructional Design Competency
  38. Presentations & Workshops
  39. Workshop Outlines
  40. Distance Course
  41. PD for Implementing Electronic Portfolios
  42. Workshop Evaluation (2005)
  43. Reflection on this Process
  44. Using Notes for Reflection
  45. Comments for Feedback
  46. LecShare Pro software
  47. Conclusions
  48. My final wish

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Research on ePortfolios

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My research about electronic portfolios began with a study of K-12 student portfolios for the Alaska Department of Education in the early 90s. In the mid-90s, my research focus changed to electronic teacher portfolios, and I am currently exploring both high school graduation portfolios and family involvement in e-portfolio development in early childhood education. This newest research focuses on how schools can meet the Parent Involvement goal of NCLB through the collaborative development of electronic portfolios to communicate authentic student learning related to standards, goals or outcomes.In 2005, I became the Research Project Director for The REFLECT Initiative, an international research project, underwritten by TaskStream, to assess the impact of electronic portfolios on student learning, motivation and engagement in secondary schools.