If you've recently been thinking about ways to make use of ePortfolios next year..or next month: this post's for you.
Wait. Back up a minute. Why should we use online portfolios?
In addition to inherent components of reflection, which traditionally have been viewed as internal ), we need to take a closer look at amplifying reflection by sharing our reflection transparently ). By sharing our reflection beyond a teacher or a classmate, we acknowledge our voice as learners and the role that it can play in the learning process .-Silvia Tolisano(The full pitch on how to Amplify Reflection is here)
You mix it up. You think about the plethora of styles and approaches to building your portfolio. Here are a few ways to go about doing just that:
But I don't want to be the only lone ranger using portfolios...
We don't want that either. Here's what a few of your amazing colleagues have to say about experimenting with the approach:
Ok, then. So how far can blogging/portfolio curation fly?
Outer space. Seriously.
Meet three astronauts who blog from a long, long way from home.
(PS you can leave them comments and strike up a conversation too)
You can follow him on Twitter as well, his profile is here.
The full guide to NASA's social media is available here.
Lastly, enjoy this 24/7 livestream from space looking down on you this weekend, let's give them something to blog about!