[Portfolio] Narrative of Portfolio Setup
sean.keesler at threecanoes.com
Wed Dec 1 11:41:36 PST 2010
I see you have discussed the use of student authored content via a
published form in the "Design-Your-Own" section. I don't mean to say
that this is "incorrect", for you certainly could use them that
way...but it isn't a technique I've heard discussed much as you would
need to "attach" the file to the page and then link to it
A "typical" (hahaha!) scenario for using the Free Form style of
portfolios would be to allow the student to author their content in
the "regions" of their portfolio page, not to link to form-related
content from their page...
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 1:34 PM, 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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