ePortfolio ISTE 2015

Electronic Portfolios for Future Teachers’ Assessment and Reflections

[Engage and Connect : Birds-of-a-feather] Monday, June 29, 5:30–6:45 pm PCC 122A, Table 1 David Stoloff

 A Birds of a Feather Session Organized by

David L. Stoloff, Ph.D., Professor,

Education Department,

Eastern Connecticut State University

83 Windham Street, Webb Hall Room 150

Willimantic, CT 06226,

tel. no. (860) 465 – 5501

email: stoloffd@easternct.edu,

WWW: http://stolofd.wordpress.com

This notes are available at https://writingsdls.wordpress.com/eportfolio-iste2015/

A sharing of best practices in the development of electronic portfolios for future teachers’ assessment and reflections. Topics to include – platforms used, kinds of documents archived, the role of self-assessment on professional development, and the connections between graduate portfolios and academic placement will be discussed.

Focus: Digital Age Teaching & Learning
Topic: Literacies for the Digital Age
Grade level: Community College/University
Subject area: Language Arts

An objective of this session will be to form an online discussion group to encourage further integration of electronic portfolios in teacher education programs.

Exemplary electronic portfolios –

Graduates of Eastern CT State University’s MS in Educational Technology program:

Melissa Blazejak ​ – http://melissablazejak.wix.com/eportfolio

Katie Kehoegreen – http://kehoegreenkatie.wordpress.com

Kristy Motes – http://motesk.wordpress.com/

Graduates of Eastern’s Bachelor’s Degree in General Studies:





Students in International Connections in Education course:



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