Welcome to my MyPortfolio taster session page.
It is impossible to cover all the information and practical skills involved with MyPortfolio during this session. I advise that you bookmark this page and return to it, to work through the various skill tasks. Each task has a video explaining the steps.
I encourage you also to:
- Join the Diigo group for MyPortfolio for information relating to ePortfolios and MyPortfolio.
- Fill in the feedback form on this page.
- Become familiar with help and support for MyPortfolio.
Task 1: Edit your profile
Create a Learner Profile
Task: Begin building an e-portfolio that contains essential information about you as a person, and as a teacher. We will use this the same way a student would use a learner profile.
Edit your profile video
Task 2: Create a Journal
Create a journal called 'MyPortfolio taster session'.
Create a jounal entry called 'Application of MyPortfolio in the classroom' and add some of your thoughts.
Add a journal video
Task 3: Find a friend
In this task you will search for a friend and send a friend request.
Extra: Find other members from the taster session.
Find and add a friend video
Task 4: Create a page
- build that page with blocks and artefacts
- name the page
- share the page
Creating pages video
Task 5: Share a page with a friend
The video above takes you through the steps of sharing your page. Try sharing it with a friend you have made or make it public.
You can create a template so that students can simply copy the page and fill in the blanks. This video will show you how to prepare for that.
Key Competency template
You can leave feedback on a document in a page or on a whole page.
This feedback can be private or public.
Groups are a great way to build an online community. You can get students to join your class group to make it easier to communicate with them, to contact you and to share with each other.
Inside the group you can create group views, use forums, journals and save files.
Help and support
There are a number of ways to find relevant help and support, whether you are looking for a simple 'how-to' answer or you're needing some inspiration.
- On the home page you will find links and resources. This has a variety of reference sources.
- Find groups that meet your needs.
- Support page.
For training and support with your ePortfolio and broader eLearning requirements please contact:
Craig Eves: Your point of contact for MyPortfolio
More tasks and videos
Add shared pages to groups
Taster session introduction
Making sense of ePortfolios
Links to the NZ Curriculum - ePortfolios at a glance
My Career Portfolio
Student examples Year 7 / 8
Getting started - Performance Management / Appraisal
Personal / Professional use of MyPortfolio
Professional ePortfolio: Benefits for teachers
Classroom / Teacher Examples
Mark Osborne Albany Senior High School
- Example templates and reflections https://myportfolio.school.nz/view/view.php?id=15121
|This example is based on the Writing standards up to Year 8. It provides an instructional page for teachers and has a supporting template that students will use to demonstrate their knowledge and delivery of the criteria.|
Diigo Group for MyPortfolio
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