Portfolio use in teaching: initial steps in developing support for tutors

By Dr. Sarah Watson & Dr. Paolo Oprandi By the time that students have graduated from university, they will have completed a number of modules […]

Supersize learning with Google Sites (GTT035)

In the not-too-distant past, if we wanted to get information out to the masses, it was expensive. Website development was costly and slow. If we […]

Peer collaboration on PLPs

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

Digital skills for post-university life

How can technology be used to help prepare for post-university life? There are many digital tools that can help students to start researching careers and building […]

Reading Assessment as Inquiry??

Assessing reading ability is a very difficult task. This is because reading is very complex. What exactly are readers doing when they read? How do […]

FreshGrade: Digital Portfolios in 2015

FreshGrade: Digital Portfolios in 2015 Have you heard about FreshGrade?  Have you heard about digital portfolios?  This post is a guest post by my friends […]

Cognitive Benefits of ePortfolios

Filed under: e-learning, Instructional Design, Research, Teaching Tips Tagged: higher ed, metacognitive strategies, portfolios

Teach [email protected] Webinar: ePortfolios, Helping Students Assess Their Learning

On Tuesday, April 7, we had a webinar on using eportfolios in the classroom.  Below is a summary of some of the key points and […]

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