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PbyP: An e-portfolio at the centre of an expert peer assessed social experience
Marked work joins the learner’s e-portfolio and can be seen by all users to inspire them
What to use for goals?
Arranged in Skills Ladders
Clear progression up a ladder
Can be understood and evidenced by the learner
Learner chooses how to evidence
Can look at hundreds of examples of ‘passed’ work created by other learners internationally.
SubmitAny filefrom type orphonemedia or PC .
Work submitted to the web 2.0 community
Evidence of their achievement is uploaded by the learner
Work is peer assessed …by another learner who already has achieved this goal
Presenting to an audience : Level 1
Do a “show and tell” in front of your class.
Presenting to an audience : Level 9
Do an international presentation to 1000 of your peers and be evaluated as good or better by at least half
Which competencies ? Improving the number of…
Confident Individualswho aresuccessful learnersandresponsible citizens
Possessing competencies that enable them to be effective in a global knowledge economy probably without oil.
PbyP part 1:
Our measurement of competencies must have all of the following
Clearly Explained in Progressive steps
Understandable by all ages and abilities
Generalised to fit all contexts
Taking account of Social, Emotional, Cognitive and Strategic learning
For each competence we define 9 level statements. For example the skill of taking responsibility for a team.
Through level 6
(an average 17 year old )
From level 1
(an average five year old )
To level 9
(challenging for the average adult )
Input stimulus, guidance, direction, opportunities
Research outcomes, analysis, conclusion
User generated content