Unit 4- Wrap Up and Evaluation

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Unit Learning Objectives:

After completing Unit 4, learners will be able to do the following:

  • Create a rubric specific to E-Portfolios.
  • Evaluate a classmates E-Portfolio.

Wrap Up and Evaluation

Before reading this lecture, please visit these websites and look at E-Portfolio Rubrics. Please jot down notes as you will be creating your own Rubric to assess your students E-Portfolios.

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Once your students have completed their E-Portfolios, it is then time to assess their final product. To assess a students final project, you will need a rubric to grade them. Rubrics are used on a daily basis whether it be to assess a students work, an employees performance, or to evaluate other work. Rubrics can be altered and adjusted to fit your needs and course content.

A rubric for an E-Portfolio can contain information such as: layout and design, content, use of multimedia, reflections, grammar, organization, and requirements. Depending on your course content, your criteria could be different than what is listed above.

Now that you have created an E-Portfolio, it is time to create a rubric that you can use in your classroom to assess a students E-Portfolio.

Activities:

  • 1. Post to the Discussion Board. Please see the Discussion Board for a tutorial on how to post to the Discussion Board. For this post, you will critique another classmates E-Portfolio.
  • 2. Read two Articles: Documenting learning with digital portfolios by David Niguidula File:Niguidula.pdf and Digital portfolios by Terry Wiedemer File:Wiedmer.doc (You will need to hit the back button to return to the mini-course after reading the article).

Niguidula, D. (2005). Documenting learning with digital portfolios. Educational Leadership. 63 (3), 44-47. Retrieved May 5, 2008 from, Academic Search Premier.

Wiedmer, T. (1998). Digital portfolios. Phi Delta Kappan. 79 (8). Retrieved May 5, 2008 from, Academic Search Premier.

  • 3. Create a rubric that you can use in your class to assess a students e-portfolio. Please feel free to create a rubric on your own or use RubiStar.RubiStar is free to use.
  • 4. Evaluate a classmates E-Portfolio and provide them with your assessment information. For more information, please see the discussion board.
  • 5. After receiving your assessment information, make the suggested changes and then submit your E-Portfolio to me for a final grade.
  • 6. Take the end of course survey. Please complete this survey as it will provide me with feedback about this course. You feedback will be used to improve this course. At the top of the survey, on the right hand side, there is a link that you can click on to take you back to the course.

Reflection:

Congratulations on completing all four units on E-Portfolios. You have successfully completed this course on E-Portfolios.

Resources

Niguidula, D. (2005). Documenting learning with digital portfolios. Educational Leadership. 63 (3), 44-47. Retrieved May 5, 2008 from, Academic Search Premier. File:Niguidula.pdf

Wiedmer, T. (1998). Digital portfolios. Phi Delta Kappan. 79 (8). Retrieved May 5, 2008 from, Academic Search Premier. File:Wiedmer.doc

Discussion Board
http://columbia.yosemite.cc.ca.us/slo/Rubric%20for%20Electronic%20Portfolio.pdf
http://school.discoveryeducation.com/schrockguide/assess.html
http://www.danwilton.com/eportfolios/rubric.php
http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/eportfoliorubric.html
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