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Go big or go home the challenge of u sing eportfolios for a fully online class with 300 students

Go BIG or Go Home: The challenge of using ePortfolios for a fully online class with 300 students

Kevin Kelly, Ed.D.

Director, Wiley Learning Institute;

Lecturer, San Francisco State University


Ambitious agenda

Ambitious agenda!

  • Quick background probe

  • Quick description of the class

  • From Hypothesis to Synthesis

    • Metacognition, Reflection, Motivation, Community, and Assessment

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Who are you

WHO are you?

What is/are your role(s)?

  • Faculty

  • Faculty Development

  • Chair

  • Dean

  • Academic Technology

  • Institutional Research

  • Student Affairs/Services

  • Other _____________

Who is leading the ePortfolio project(s) on your campus?

  • I am

  • A faculty committee

  • A student organization

  • Individual faculty are doing it independently in classes

  • Programs/departments

  • A technology unit

  • A campus administrator

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Putting this workshop in context

Putting this workshop in context

Where are you in your implementation?

  • Not started yet

  • Pilot

  • A growing initiative

  • A funded project

  • We’ve fully implemented ePortfolios

Scope of current/planned ePortfolio implementation

  • Class

  • Program/department

  • College

  • Campus

  • Multi-campus transfer program

  • District/System/Consortium

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Sharing our goals

Sharing our goals

  • What do you want to get out of this workshop?

Creative Commons Attribution:

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Prologue background info

Prologue: Background info

ITEC 299 - How 2 Lrn w ur iPod

  • Diverse student population

    • Incoming 1st years through graduating seniors

    • Wide range of degree goals and goals for class

    • Multiple languages spoken asfirst language

Source: xboxlive.com

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Prologue background info1

Prologue: Background info

ITEC 299 - How 2 Lrn w ur iPod

  • About the class

    • Enrollment: 200-300 students

    • GE: Life-long Learning & Self-Development

    • Delivery Method: Fully online (using Moodle)

    • Strategy: Turned class into a learning game

    • Goal: Improve learning by using multiple technologies and learning strategies

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Hypothesis

Hypothesis

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Thought prompt

Thought prompt

Which of the following are explicit goals for using ePortfolios with your students?

  • Metacognition

  • Reflection

  • Motivation

  • Community

  • Assessment

  • Other ____________

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Metacognition in the class

Metacognition in the class

  • Students complete multiple Metacognition Quests at the beginning to learn about learning

  • Technology Quests and Synthesis Quest contain activities designed for students to try metacognitive strategies

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Metacognition via eporfolios

Metacognition via ePorfolios

  • ePortfolios facilitate documentation of:

    • Learning goals (instructor assigned, self assigned)

    • Achievement of learning goals

    • How learning has improved (or not)

    • Why student feels a specific technology or learning strategy did or did not work as planned

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Metacognition example

Metacognition example

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Metacognition your ideas

Metacognition – Your ideas!

  • Examine past work to know where to go in the future

  • Use critical incidents (see Brookfield)

  • Share workforce readiness

  • Demonstrate scholastic abilities for scholarships, etc.

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Reflection in the class

Reflection in the class

  • Students complete multiple reflective assignments throughout the semester

    • Contemplate prior learning experiences

    • Evaluate effectiveness of learning strategies for them, specifically

    • Synthesize class experience

    • Project future applications of class concepts

  • Students unfamiliar with reflection can review model reflective writing

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Reflection via eportfolios

Reflection via ePortfolios

  • ePortfolios facilitate posting reflection assignments

    • Written work

    • Student presentations (e.g., Voicethread)

    • Small group projects

    • Text to video (e.g., Xtranormal)

Source: flickr.com - CC BY laffy4k

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Reflection example

Reflection example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iADswdl78m4

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Reflection your ideas

Reflection – Your ideas!

  • Reflector Mirror exercise (grps of 3 or 4) – Mirrors comment on blog posts – builds community

  • Debate – like Reddit change my view

  • Nursing – groups of 4 or 5 – reflect on Nursing experiences and how they can meet Bac essentials (how will they get there)

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Motivation in the class

Motivation in the class

Principles to increase motivation:

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

  • Provide self-assessment opps

  • Provide choice

  • Make sure goals are relevant

  • Use authentic assessment

  • Provide diff. levels of challenge

  • Foster collaboration

Gamification

Source: cast.org

Source: bunchball.com

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Motivation via eportfolios

Motivation via ePortfolios

  • ePortfolios facilitate:

    • UDL

      • Attempting different levels of challenge

      • Providing choice

    • Gamification

      • Giving recognition - Badges

      • Displaying altruism – Helping fellow students

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Motivation example

Motivation example

  • Providing assessment choices and levels

    • Provide alternative questions

    • Provide different assignments

    • Let students submit in different formats

    • Use two or three of these strategies together

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Motivation your ideas

Motivation – Your ideas!

  • Grading peer assessment

  • Recognition – work is seen by others

  • Involve students in an alternative assignment

    • Digital Story

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Community in the class

Community in the class

While students have individual learning goals, we need to engage them collectively as a community of learners

Example responses to comment:

  • First off, congrats on graduating this summer! I am so very jealous! It's awesome how you want to teach the public the knowledge you plan on gaining [from] this course. …

  • Congratulations on graduating this summer, I am also graduating!... I think this class will definitely help you with the type of job you have now.

  • So jealous that you are graduating =(  One more year for me... I hope that by taking this class, we are both able to learn more about technology. 

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Community via eportfolios

Community via ePortfolios

  • ePortfolios facilitate:

    • Peer reactions

    • Sharing new knowledge related to class concepts

    • Creating discipline-specific galleries

    • Sharing exemplary work

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Community example

Community example

  • Pathbrite gallery

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Community your ideas

Community – Your ideas!

  • Encouragement to accomplish and continue education

  • Incorporate face-to-face (smaller group)

    • Alternatives via skype or video conference

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Assessment in the class

Assessment in the class

  • Class uses the Point Accrual System

    • 3000 possible points; 1500 points required for A+

  • Most Quests have 3 levels of challenge

    • More possible points for more difficult activities

    • Lower level activities assessed in Moodle LMS (quizzes, forums)

    • Higher level activities assessed in PathbriteePortfolio

  • Universal Design for Learning: Offer multiple pathways for students to show what they know

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Assessment via eportfolios

Assessment via ePortfolios

  • ePortfolios to document:

    • Self-assessment

    • Peer review

    • Instructor feedback (rubric)

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Assessment examples

Assessment examples

  • Rubric commentscan be sharedin addition toautomated systems

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Assessment your ideas

Assessment – Your ideas!

  • Capstone courses

    • Summing up, reflective, metacognition

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Synthesis

Synthesis

foster

learning

improvement

elevate

self

evaluation

cultivate

critical

thinking

provide

guidelines

& grades

require attention

to purpose

provide

feedback

& rubrics

reward

peer

review

share

encouragement&exemplars

use game

& UDL

elements

make

collaboration

a priority

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Epilogue follow up info

Epilogue: Follow-up info

  • Email: [email protected]

  • Twitter: @KevinKelly0

  • Use this prezo: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA

  • Sample ePortfolio from this prezo:http://pathbrite.com/how2lrnwuripod

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