E-portfolios for PLD (Part 2)
An e-portfolio allows you to gather together in one place a record of your PLD and evidence of achievement.
It can host different forms of evidence such as sound and video files, as well as whole presentations, URL links and other resources.
You can see and hear as well as read about what you did in the most appropriate and compelling form – and you can share this with peers, managers and assessors.
Using an e-portfolio for PLD
At the end of this module you will understand how to use an e-portfolio to:
- record and reflect upon your formal and informal professional development activity
- share your PLD activity with colleagues, managers and, where appropriate, with formal assessors
Digital Teaching Professional Framework
This module covers the DTPF component - G1 : Self-assessment and reflection
- Critically reflect on one's own teaching and digital practice.
- Identify competency gaps and areas for improvement.
- Seek the help of others in improving one's teaching and digital practice.
- Seek targeted training and use opportunities for continuous professional development.
- Seek to continuously expand and enhance one's repertoire of digital teaching practices.
- Help others in developing their digital teaching competence.
- At the organisational level, reflect on and provide critical feedback on digital policies and practices.
- Actively contribute to further developing organisational practices, policies and visions on the use of digital technologies.
- Use professional collaborative networks to explore and reflect on new teaching practices and methods.
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Good points on CPD and evidence gathering--could also have further applications for in class work, e.g. mini-portfolios and formative assessments. Report this review
Another module that suffers from poor question phrasing and largely subjective answers. Again, colleagues had different answers for many of the options, all with valid points. These kind of question can work with a facilitator, but online, individual question setting with a definite 'right' answer need to be direct and objective fact. Report this review
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There are many digital tools that can help you plan and manage your PLD. These badges look at digital approaches to recording and developing your personal learning and training. This is the Adopting stage, which recognises you have started adopting the tools and using them for your own development journey.