Reflective teacher: ePortfolios using Blogger and D2L

A session at BIT15 - Bring IT,Together 2015

  • Jessica Weber

Friday 6th November, 2015

10:00am to 10:50am (EST)

It is through reflection that we are able to 'feed forward' our own learning and that of our students. It is a dynamic and iterative process. As a teacher, we can document our own professional learning through the use of an ePortfolio. As either a school administrator or instructional coach, we can use ePortfolios as part of our role as “Learning Leaders”. ePortfolios can be used to help showcase your practice as part of a job interview, annual learning plan, or as part of a leadership programme.
In our presentation, we will share our experiences using Blogger and D2L as tools to create professional learning ePortfolios. We will also share our journey as reflective teachers. As part of this hands on session, participants will learn how to use both Blogger and the D2L ePortfolio tool as possible options for creating ePortfolios.

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  • Melissa Buchanan
  • Monika
  • Nancy Zomer
  • Simone Villeneuve
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Time 10:00am10:50am EST

Date Fri 6th November 2015

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