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Free webinar: Digital Portfolios with Kathy Cassidy - May 16, 7 pm (EST)

Free webinar: Digital Portfolios with Kathy Cassidy - May 16, 7 pm (EST) | iEduc |

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University e-Portfolios as a New Higher Education Teaching Method.

University e-Portfolios as a New Higher Education Teaching Method. | iEduc |

University e-Portfolios as a New Higher Education Teaching Method. The Development of a Multimedia Educational Material (MEM)J. Ignacio Aguaded, Eloy López-Meneses, Alicia Jaén MartínezRUSC. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento, Vol. 10, No 1 (January 2013)

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, January 25, 2013 2:41 PM

The new European university context requires a methodological and evaluative shift towards active didactic, socio-constructive and investigative perspectives that are student-centred. This study describes the learning setting, the results and the conclusions of an innovative practical exercise carried out by first-year students on two different degree courses at an Andalusian university, using e-portfolios set up for group work and implemented through an edublog. The study's main aim is to establish the most significant achievements, problems and evidence that emerge from this didactic group project. The project includes the design and implementation of a multimedia educational material (MEM), and involves the students in didactic planning and self-assessment processes. The conclusions show that the e-portfolio is a didactic method that fully integrates teaching, learning and assessment into a continuum by allowing students to work together didactically on such aspects. This methodological alternative also greatly helps the lecturer in his/her understanding of the students' learning processes, the working methods of his/her classes, the problems associated with team working, the information sources that students use, and the tutoring and learning-assessment processes. Lastly, the e-portfolio enables the future social educators' levels of didactic comprehension and professional-competency acquisition to be gauged.


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Graphical Bios. Stunning. Simple. | Vizify

Graphical Bios. Stunning. Simple. | Vizify | iEduc |
The easiest, most sophisticated tool for showing the best of you online, all in one place. Connect your social media content and make a great impression now.

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Learning Futures | Curtin Learning and Teaching's curator insight, January 30, 2013 11:27 PM

With this free site you can connect your facebook, twitter, instagram accounts to automatically produce a visual infographic about yourself.


I can see this tool being used as a great icebreaker and to form online student groups and get students connected - JK

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Reflection over how we learn

Reflection over how we learn | iEduc |

Why Reflect?


"It is the language of reflection that deepens our knowledge of who we are in relation to others in a community of learners" (Carole Miller and Juliana Saxton, University of Victoria).


What are the pedagogical and physiological foundations of reflection for learning? Why is reflection important for learning? What does the literature say about how reflection supports learning?


Self-knowledge becomes an outcome of learning. The primary motive of a learning portfolio:


“to improve student learning by providing a structure for students to reflect systematically over time on the learning process and to develop the aptitudes, skills and habits that come from critical reflection” (John Zubizaretta).


“We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience” (John Dewey).


The Learning Cycle, developed by David Kolb, is based on the belief that deep learning (learning for real comprehension) comes from a sequence of experience, reflection, abstraction, and active testing.


Reflection for Learning


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AAEEBL's comment, January 21, 2013 7:29 PM
Same old, same old. Seen this hundreds of times. I'd like to see an update. (JWB)
Iskoul Coulibaly's curator insight, April 24, 2015 7:58 AM

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