Using portfolios in Teacher Education in a Skills for Life setting Friday 26th February 2010 Cathie Lacey
What do I do? Teach ESOL subject specialist modules (2) Teach a core PGCE module Teach a professional practice for the additional diploma Observe and support teachers at
different stages in their careers How did I get into using PebblePad? Saw how a colleague used it Thought I would like to try it for myself Began , very tentatively, with a blog for a group of ESOL PGCE students in 2005/6
Saw how useful the tool could be Was supported (mentored) closely What were the difficulties for me? I still felt concerned about some things marking reflective practice journals on line (I like the pencil in my hand!)
I wasnt sure what to say in a blog Unsure of tone of online conversation How would I keep track of things? What were the advantages? I could go back and reread stuff from all the students
It looked so neat even for those student teachers who find keeping stuff neat (and for me, too) Can be personalised All in one place So, why use an e-portfolio system? My own teaching webfolios:
To allow access to students who arent able to attend a class To remind students of tasks and activities to do To allow review and reflection on activities completed in class To provide additional
resources So, why use an e-portfolio system? Engage in regular support and dialogue with PGCE student teachers Current students webfolios Student A
Student C Student B Profiles for each student teacher v
To allow students to take stock of where they are in their process of becoming teachers So, why use an e-portfolio system? To share a range of resources across a group , a cohort a partnership. Our minimum core webfolio was set up to allow students across the partnerships access to a
range of resources for this key part of their teacher education course Minimum Core webfolio XX Any questions?
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