Monday, September 04, 2006

benefit of eportfolio

there is power as the process will be monitored as well as the product.

pedgaogy shifts from a course-driven focus to a student-centred approach placing emphasis for learning firmly on the student.

aim now should be on encouraging and motivating students to identify and respond to their own learning needs and then in turn gather and record evidence of this learning within the eportfolio

student has the power

so the owner is responsible for maintaining the system, utilizing its functions and facilities, improving their learning experience and development.

Work stored could be used later for reflection and to prove competence

This could also include information and skills coming from extra curriculum activities, work experience and would allow these to be captured and utilized presenting a greater portrait of an individual

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