Bringing It All Together: Integrating Learning in the ePortfolio

Candyce Reynolds | Spring 2018 [Section 1]

Apr 12, 2018 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
9:45am-11:15am
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)
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** This special event will be repeated Friday, April 13 (1:00-2:30pm). As each section will only be open to a maximum of 30 attendees, please only register for one event to ensure that the greatest number of faculty possible are able to attend. **

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** This special event will be repeated Friday, April 13 (1:00-2:30pm). As each section will only be open to a maximum of 30 attendees, please only register for one event to ensure that the greatest number of faculty possible are able to attend. **

Presenter:

Candyce Reynolds, Professor and Chair,

Educational Leadership and Policy, Portland State University  

Workshop Description:

ePortfolios can help students put together seemingly disparate parts of their education, especially if educators prioritize integrative learning as a learning outcome.  This workshop will help educators develop strategies for putting integrative learning at the center of their work with students.  This will be a lively, hands-on workshop.

Dr. Reynolds has had a wide variety of experiences in higher education and beyond, working in student affairs, departments of psychology, business and management consultation, general education, a peer mentoring program and in faculty development. Her scholarship has primarily focused on student centered pedagogy, authentic student learning assessment and the role of reflective practice in facilitating student learning. In recent years, her work has focused on the use of the ePortfolio to promote student learning and program assessment. She has published broadly in higher education books and journals and has made presentations at a variety of venues throughout the USA and internationally. She is co-author of a book with Judy Patton entitled: Leveraging the ePortfolio for integrative learning: A guidebook of classroom practices for transforming student learning published by Stylus Publishing in 2014. A forthcoming book, Web U: A Student Guide for Creating an Authentic Digital Identity will be released in 2018.

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