During one of our professional development days, High School teachers looked at different types of ePortfolio posts and used the visible thinking routine “I See, I Think, I Wonder” to reflect and ask questions. As we are on our second year implementation, the goal was identify next steps for improvement.
Below you can see the chart papers where teachers brainstormed about ePortfolios.
In this Part 1 of the series of response blog posts to the teachers, you can see answers to “I wonder” questions about audience and purpose for the ePortfolios:
Audience and Purpose
Will ePortfolios be focused on meta analysis of learning instead of content specific posts?
A very important purpose of the ePortfolio is indeed a meta analysis of learning. But in order to do that, students will need to document their learning process.That will inevitably involve content specific posts, that will allow this meta analysis.