Sunday, September 6, 2009


e-Portfolio stand for Electronic Teaching Portfolio..

#Electronic Portfolios are a creative means of organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas about teaching and/or learning, along with personal and professional growth.

#Cambridge (2003) defines an e-portfolio as:
—1. “what is produced when persons collect, select, reflectively interpret, and/or present their own evidence to support their assertions about what they have learned, know and can or should do;
—2. a selection of ‘products’ of learning, reflections or interpretations on those products, and
—3. representations of relationships between and among the products and interpretations.
4. A standards-based portfolio uses a database or hypertext links to clearly show the relationship between standards or goals, artifacts, and reflections.
—5. The learner’s reflections are the rationale that specific artifacts are evidence of achieving the stated standards or goals.

Advantages on using e-Portfolio..
1.E-portfolio – easy to rearrange, edit & combine materials
—*Students can determine order of storage
—*Search on and access materials in a non-linear fashion
—*Make modifications on regular basis
2.E-portfolio is a connected document
—*Hyperlinking to connect documents together
—*Link portfolio elements to external sources or reference
—*Associate between different subject areas, learning experience or observations, contents and other
3.E-portfolio is portable
—*Digital files that can be transported and transferred with ease
—*Can be accessed and used in a variety of locations
—*Can be replicated and shared with others

Items for e-Portfolio..
a-artifacts : resources that demonstrate a teacher’s professional knowledge and competence in relation to the theme, set of standards, or question that serves the framework of the portfolio.
b-supporting documents : materials critical to understanding the teacher

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