Hong Kong Keynote Address


Voice and Interactivity in ePortfolios: Digital Stories and Web 2.0


Based on 2 papers online


Metaphors for portfolios


Learning Portfolios


Planning Issues


ePortfolio Technology over Time


Levels of ePortfolio Implementation


What is the best tool?


How do we move from this container to the WWW?


Today's Tool Choices


Web 2.0 Technologies


Shared Writing


ePortfolio "Mash-up"


Protopage website


Example of K-12 Portfolio


Portfolio demo


Conventional vs. Reform Instruction


Purposes for Assessment


www.qca.org.uk (ages3-14)


Portfolio Differences


ePortfolio 1.0 - ePortfolio 2.0


ePortfolio 1.0 - ePortfolio 2.0 (continued)


"every day-ness"


Social Learning


Architecture of Interaction (Web 2.0) allows a


Learning to Learn Portfolio Model


Learning to Learn Portfolio Model Ian Fox, New Zealand


Metacognitive Development


Assessment to Improve Learning


Development of Home-School Links


Goal:


Researching Electronic portFolios: Learning, Engagement, Collaboration through Technology Researching Electronic Portfolios in Secondary Schools Dr. Helen Barrett Research Project Director


Why The Reflect Initiative?


The Goal:


The Vision of REFLECT


Overall Cohort


Timeline


Initial Observations from Year 1 Site Visits


Findings from Year 2 Student Focus Groups


Looking Back


A Look to the Future


Emerging Models for Portfolios


Voice


Why Digital Stories in ePortfolios?


Website with links to movies


Digital Storytelling Process


A Dozen Purposes for DS in EP


Victoria's 2nd Grade Autobiography


Video1


Artifacts - Language Development


Video2


Digital Paper or Digital Story?


My Final Wish


Dr. Helen Barrett