Gain tools and tips for creating high-quality ePortfolios that help students showcase experiential learning.
Using ePortfolios to showcase experiential learning can help students enhance learning, help students become more competitive in the job market, and increase job placement rates for your institution. However, what does a quality ePortfolio look like? What are the essential components to showcase student learning? How can you support students as they synthesize their learning experiences into a tool for employment?
Join us for an online training that outlines the components of high-quality ePortfolios. This program is example-heavy and will include a multitude of visual references to help you conceptualize quality ePortfolios. You will take away a rubric for assessing ePortfolios, as well as tips on establishing an ePortfolio strategy to support experiential learning at your institution.
This online training is ideal if you are actively considering, or in the process of, implementing the use of ePortfolios to support your experiential learning programs. Professionals who support student success in the co-curricular and/or faculty who are considering integrating ePortfolios into their programs will benefit from this program.
As a part of this online training, you will receive resources to refer to as you develop a quality ePortfolio plan for students at your institution. These resources include:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to improve the quality of your institution’s ePortfolio offerings.
Irma leads the University of South Carolina’s efforts to support students in integrating learning within and beyond the classroom through the university’s signature learning initiative, USC Connect. A key component of this initiative is the opportunity for students to graduate with leadership distinction by meeting experiential and integrative learning criteria as reflected in their required ePortfolios. As the former associate dean for academic and student affairs of the College of Education, Irma led efforts for the university’s recognition by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education in meeting clinical experience standards at the highest (target) level. She is also integrally involved in coordinating work for the university’s continuing recognition by the Carnegie Foundation as a Community Engaged University.
Irma’s PhD is from Syracuse University in teaching and curriculum. She has twenty-six published articles, has been invited to speak at twenty-five presentations/keynotes, and has presented over fifty refereed papers at conferences such as the American Educational Research Association, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and Rejuvenating Schools through Partnerships [in Hong Kong]. Her most recent publication will appear in the Peabody Journal of Education in 2014. It is entitled The Challenges Never Stop! Two Decades of Reaching for the Best in Clinical Practice.
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