Art Educator Workshop: Developing an Online Portfolio (Summer 2013)
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During this class, students will learn the basic principles of electronic portfolio (or e-portfolio) development for art education professionals.
Online portfolios can be very useful for art educators to document professional progress over time, develop and demonstrate skills in assessment and reflection, and to to provide evidence of teaching competencies for initial, professional, and master licensure.
Students will gain knowledge on a variety of topics, including an overview of open source e-portfolio sites and programs suitable for displaying and sharing work, a variety of e-portfolio organizing frameworks and principles, and e-portfolio written and visual components relevant to the art education professional. Students will leave the class with a completed e-portfolio and the knowledge and resources needed to update and assess their e-portfolios.
Technical Requirements (From Home): Computer with Internet access; scanner or digital camera.
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Art Educator Workshops are not eligible for early or multiple class registration discounts.
Take 6 credits of Art Educator Workshops and receive a professional development certificate in Creative Technologies. Learn more here.