Educator documents their growth, and reflects on how their role as educator has changed over time, by examining their work.
Educators might also consider the “Five R’s Framework”, which frames reflection using reporting, responding, relating, reasoning, and reconstructing. For more information, go to:
E-portfolios can be a static or dynamic collection of evidence of learning and/or accomplishments. E-portfolios are created in a two-stage process: 1) as a platform to assemble work and document links for people as resources, and 2) as a platform to showcase exemplary work.
Digital portfolios can be used as formative and summative assessment tools. The teacher and student need to set a clear purpose for digital portfolios, as the purpose will guide the content, creation, and evaluation process.
To earn this micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 as well as an exemplary score for Part 2.
(300-word limit for each response)
Please submit a link to your digital portfolio. Digital portfolios may include such items as: writing samples, student assignments, audio, images, video, or other products. Please ensure that each item is accompanied by a substantive and unambiguous reflection.
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