e-Portfolio- Inquiry Based Learning- EDPB 600

My name is Mary O’Neill and I am delighted to be working with you this semester with the ePortfolio component of EDPB 600.

I have assembled resources for ePortfolio in D2L. Look for EDPB 600 under Fall 2017. The course is now active.

Avi’s most awesome ePortfolio Development site is also available here

http://www.viueportfolio.ca/trb.html

We will be continuing the website build that you stared with Avi in EDPB 530 and 531 and will be adding 1 sections to your current site- A “Breaking Barriers” area where you will be documenting yor Year 6 Inquiry-Based Learning experience along with your CAP project .

The expectation is that your ePortfolio will be completed in preparation for your ePortfolio presentations on Monday, December 18, 2017. Please mark this date in your calendar. Further details for the day will be forthcoming.

 Due to the “open” nature of Year 6 we will not be meeting for timetabled classes, rather, I look forward to sharing details of our continued ePortfolio development via a variety of formats to best suit your schedule and learning style.

Option 1- Meet face-to-face with Mary for guided instruction. Here are the workshop dates:

Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1-2pm, Room 236– COHORT 1

Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2-3pm, Room 236– COHORT 2

Tuesday, Sept. 5, 3-4pm, Room 236– COHORT 3

Tuesday, Sept. 12. Room 236, 1-3pm DROP-In ALL COHORTS

 

Option 2- Book a Small Group Instructional Session with Mary. Form a small group with your colleagues (4-6 students) and book a time with Mary for guided instruction.

Option 3- Go Rogue. If you are confident with weebly please visit the sample site here http://eportfoliosrock.weebly.com/ and simply replicate the pages and content to link from your current website.

I will be connecting with you again through the term, especially regarding the selection of evidence and reflective statements to match with the TRB Standards. For now however, we will concentrate on the site build.

I look forward to working with you and wish you all the best for a productive and rewarding semester.

Cheers,

Mary