[Portfolio] Narrative of Portfolio Setup
nangell at rsmart.com
Wed Dec 1 11:36:28 PST 2010
Great Robin! That sounds like a good plan. I appreciate your attention
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Robin Hill <Hill at uwyo.edu> wrote:
> Not only does it not reflect model pedagogy, it does not reflect model development! --As I say in the narrative itself, with some discomfiture (and apologies to my CS students).
> I propose that, before it becomes public, I add:
> 1. Even more warnings that this is not the recommended professional approach, but only meant for those who want a test drive that hits all the bumps in the road.
> 2. A note that much of the work can be done with dispatch and quality by contractors (such as ThreeCanoes!), to be invited to identify themselves on the page.
> After that, maybe Confluence. After that, maybe OpenEdPractices.
> Robin K. Hill, Ph. D. Coordinator of Instructional Computing, University of Wyoming
> [On professional leave, 2010-2011]
> hill at uwyo.edu 307-760-8508 http://www.uwyo.edu/HILL
> From: Nate Angell [nangell at rsmart.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 9:31 AM
> To: Sean Keesler
> Cc: Robin Hill; portfolio at collab.sakaiproject.org; Jim Mezzanotte
> Subject: Re: [Portfolio] Narrative of Portfolio Setup
> Even if it's not a "real" or "model" practice, it does seem like a
> valuable example of how the technology can be used to support
> practices. Maybe it's a resource then at OpenedPractices.org? Or maybe
> we need to rethink the categories of what we offer on the site...
> I was just talking yesterday with Jim Mezzanote about finding or
> creating an introductory overview of portfolios tools and this seems
> like a valuable entry in that genre.
> - Nate
> On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 8:25 AM, Sean Keesler
> <sean.keesler at threecanoes.com> wrote:
>> I think it is useful, but not as a "practice".
>> Robin mentions that "This example does not reflect model pedagogy" in
>> her notes at the bottom.
>> It is an interesting technical perspective that hits a lot of the
>> functionality that might be used in a typical workflow.
>> Should it be incorporated into the docs on confluence in some way?
>> On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Nate Angell <nangell at rsmart.com> wrote:
>>> This is amazing work and a great resource!
>>> Would you consider contributing it to the OpenedPractices.org website
>>> so others might more easily find and benefit from your work?
>>> Such examples are now collected as Teaching and Learning Practices:
>>> Nate Angell
>>> Client Evangelist
>>> On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 9:18 PM, Robin Hill <Hill at uwyo.edu> wrote:
>>>> Sakai Portfolio Group:
>>>> I have gone through the entire portfolio creation, publication, completion,
>>>> and evaluation process (playing all the roles), and kept a narrative of it,
>>>> with screenshots, code, and so forth. I hope that this might help new
>>>> people who want to explore the possibilities.
>>>> You can see it here:
>>>> This document is not a help file, but rather a guide for a someone who wants
>>>> get his or her hands dirty, as you will see. We might want to consider its
>>>> proper place. Meanwhile, I would appreciate comments and corrections on
>>>> this draft, especially toward the end, where it gets rough and sketchy.
>>>> P.S. Portfolio Reports Sub-Group: I may be late to the conference call
>>>> tomorrow, as my office space only opens at that time.
>>>> Robin K. Hill, Ph. D. Coordinator of Instructional Computing,
>>>> University of Wyoming
>>>> [On professional leave, 2010-2011]
>>>> hill at uwyo.edu 307-760-8508 http://www.uwyo.edu/HILL
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