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Integrated E-portfolio for Integrative Learning. Madhumita Bhattacharya and Maggie Hartnett Massey University, New Zealand. Integrated e-portfolio. A hybrid form all the different types of portfolios (showcase, structured and learning).

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integrated e portfolio for integrative learning

Integrated E-portfolio for Integrative Learning

Madhumita Bhattacharya and

Maggie Hartnett

Massey University, New Zealand

ePortfolio New Zealand 2005

integrated e portfolio
Integrated e-portfolio
  • A hybrid form all the different types of portfolios (showcase, structured and learning).
  • Demonstrates learning in all the three domains of learning (cognitive, psychomotor and affective) including interpersonal domain.
  • Emphasis is on one’s own integration and conceptualization of the process of learning.
integrated e portfolio vs integrative learning
Integrated e-portfolio vs. Integrative Learning
  • integrated e-portfolio to understand the links between different papers (courses) and
    • its association with the concept of integrative learning.
  • Integrative learning comes in many varieties:
    • connecting skills and knowledge from multiple sources and experiences;
    • applying theory to practice in various settings;
    • utilizing diverse and even contradictory points of view; and,
    • understanding issues and positions contextually.
objectives of the project on integrated e portfolio
Objectives of the Project on Integrated e-portfolio*
  • To develop an integrated electronic student’s portfolio framework based on assessment related tasks and the graduate profile for students in the “distance and online” endorsement in the MEd.
    • This portfolio would be designed to allow students to display a range of work completed in the three core papers in the endorsement.
    • It would be an appropriate means for students in this field to display key aspects of their expertise.
  • To support the a programmatic approach to assessment and knowledge development is enhanced and maintained.
  • To develop a web-based framework for e-portfolio for its use across different papers and subject areas.

* Researchers: Madhumita Bhattacharya, Bill Anderson and Mary Simpson

expected outputs
Expected Outputs
  • Students will have a portfolio of assessed work that will provide a presentation of key knowledge and skills developed through their study.
  • Employers will be able to see in an electronic form student work that demonstrates their skills and knowledge.
  • Students will through this process be led to reflect on their strengths and weaknesses in a manner that gives direction for future study.
  • Creation and development of integrated e-portfolio will enable students to learn and develop research skills useful for project/thesis work in the later part of their study.
student experience
Student Experience
  • Activities towards the development integrated e-portfolio:
    • Personal e-portfolio developed initially as part of the Instructional Design core paper.
    • Based on the graduate profile outcomes for MEd(DistOnlineEd).
    • Objectives of each core paper then linked to the graduate profile.
    • Artefacts that demonstrate the achievement of graduate outcomes linked via paper objectives.
    • Reflective journal writing ongoing part of process.
students experience
Students Experience
  • Achievements through the development of integrated e-portfolio:
    • Developing the e-portfolio provided an opportunity to reflect on studies to-date and the achievement of objectives at a paper and programme level.
    • Highlighted and clarified the links between the core papers.
    • Motivated me to go beyond one assignment and develop my e-portfolio to include completed papers (PGDipEd).
    • Provided a potential focus for future Masters studies.
future work
Future Work
  • Developing the framework for integrated e-portfolio
  • Introducing e-portfolios in other postgraduate and undergraduate papers
  • Modifying the tool for assessment of e-portfolios
  • Conducting evaluation studies to assess the effectiveness of e-portfolios.