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Provocation, Kindergarteners are too young to have their own blogs.

The resounding response from the children, we are not too young! The documentation highlights the year long learning journey to developed the children’s understanding of digital and social citizenship. We use social media tools as the class blog, Twitter and … Continue reading

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The present and beyond.

Describe your role within the context of your school story by reflecting on your current practices. Name three strategies or plans you feel most important for developing your understanding towards co-constructing your story and the reasons for them. We invite … Continue reading

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The Reggio Emilia Approach Reflections and Interpretations.

The blog posts categorized as, “The Reggio Emilia Approach Reflections and Interpretations” are a series of posts from a online course being offered by our Early Learning centre.This course offers our Kindergarten team an opportunity to connect with the research … Continue reading

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How can we use eportfolios for both formative and summative assessment?

After watching the video parents noted the children’s level ability to  independently organize themselves. Some parents reflected on difference in organization skills between home and school. They wondered how their children could be more independent at home. I believe this … Continue reading

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When is it appropriate for students to develop an organized presentation of their work?

@yiskp on Instagram Reflection helps us ponder our past, present and future intentions, challenging us to suspend judgement and an assumption that there is a ‘right’ way of achieving. I would invite the children to discuss their pieces. The children … Continue reading

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The eportfolio as a tool for collective reflection and storytelling.

Student led conference, 2013 from Zoe Page on Vimeo. Example of  sharing and reflection with parents. How does reflection fit into the portfolio development process? Why is it important?  Dr Barretts describes reflection as the heart and soul of any portfolio, … Continue reading

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Who is involved in the implementation of eportfolio’s and how will you inform them?

Identifying stakeholders in the portfolio implementation process and developing an initial communication plan for each stakeholder group. An example of student self-documentation chosen for the class blog, which could go in an eportfolio. Kindergarten self-documentation. from Zoe Page on Vimeo. … Continue reading

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What are the benefits of an eportfolio?

How can we share information-Kyle’s idea. from Zoe Page on Vimeo. Child self-generated documentation on how to share information. In my opinion a portfolio is a merit-based celebration of learning. An eportfolio offers young children the opportunity to share their … Continue reading

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Level One eportfolio, collection and storage.

Example of student generated use of technology to reflect and share learning with others. How can your students use Google Drive and mobile devices to facilitate: – Collection/Digital Archive Development – Capturing the Moment – as the outcome of Integrating … Continue reading

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What’s your vision for eportfolios?

Happy Hula-Hooper from Zoe Page on Vimeo. Example of the social process of documentation by all stakeholders We have been asked to write a vision statement about eportfolios. I found Dr Barrett’s Google presentation  on drafting vision statements very helpful. … Continue reading

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