E-portfolio

safri_portfolios [michael rowe]

Remember these 4 stages mean:
Collect:Take a look at all the activities we have worked on
Select: choose an activity and copy-paste it
Reflect: Follow the questions to help you reflect (but do not include the questions, they are just a guide)
Share: post it in your blog

What is Portfolio Learning? An introduction to Portfolio Learning ?  Portfolio Education is an experience, which focuses on you, the learner!  Where am I? - ppt download

Questions to guide your reflection
 What did you learn? (Explain the activity and include it in the post)
 Did you give your best effort on this assignment?
 Were the strategies, skills and procedures you used effective for this assignment?
 Did this activity help you learn more than others we’ve done? Why?
 Were you prepared to learn (in both your attitude and with all your supplies)?
 What are some things you did really well on this assignment?
 If you could do this assignment over, what would you do differently?
 What resources/abilities do you have that can help you learn new material?
 What class activities or assignments help you learn the most?
 What do you believe the teacher could have done differently to help you learn this objective easier?
 What’s one thing the teacher did for this objective that you really liked? If any?
 How can you prove to the teacher you know the objective?

REMEMBER

It is very important to reflect on the way you learn to set objectives to learn better in the future. If you know what to do to be able to learn in a more favourable way, you’ll achieve better results.

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