Paving the eportfolio path with ePDP

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  • Paving the eportfolio path with ePDPTelling eportfolio StoriesHEA Pathfinder ProjectEmbedding eportfolio at level 1

  • HEA Pathfinder Project31 members of staff21 modules across a range of disciplines such as Writing, Dance, Drama, Education, Engineering and the Built Environment, Health, Human Resource Management, Interpreting (British Sign Language/English), Legal Studies, Mathematics, Pharmacy, Psychology, Social Work, Visual Communication 1810 students

  • Eportfolio PDP, Mentoring and retreatsTutors were asked to design and implement module-based ePortfolio mediated PDP tasks These tasks are aimed to facilitate reflection on a variety of learning related issues to enable learners to better meet the challenges of HE.

    ePDP + residential retreats + mentoring = Pathfinder project

  • Pathfinder in actionExample of using eportfolio in the Pathfinder project for ePDP and more!

    School of Education Foundation Degree

  • Teaching eportfolio*Visual representations of reflection, shared with peers and tutors

    *Digitising PDP activities

    *Reflective blogs, critical incident sharing and action planning

  • Eportfolio for collaborative learning

  • Live linkIts good to talk!

  • More schools and their Pathfinder fun

  • Dissemination leaflet

  • Before

  • After

  • Working with wonderful staff

  • Evaluation606 student questionnaires, 42 staff questionnaires (both interim and end of project) 35 residential staff development retreat specific questionnaires, 3 hours of staff feedback presentation video, 2 hours audio of staff final interviews External evaluation of telephone interviews with Associate Deans within the project schools.

  • On a scale of 1-5 how difficult did you find the tasks that you had to do in PebblePAD? Easy (1) 8%Right level (3) 75%Difficult (5) 16%Did you enjoy using PebblePADYes 54% No 41% How often did you receive feedback from your tutor relating to the PebblePAD tasks?Weekly 16%Monthly 16%Twice during module 16%Once during module 19%Never 31%Was the concept of PDP (Personal Development Planning) explained to you as part of the module introduction/overview?Yes 65%No 25%Unanswered 31%Would you have preferred to do the tasks you did in PebblePAD on paper?Yes 38%No 56%Unanswered 6%What is most important to you in relation to the PebblePAD tasks?Grade (if assessed) 40%Tutor feedback 30%Self development and self identification of areas I need to improve 30%

    If you could have had a choice, would you have preferred the PebblePAD tasks you completed to be?Assessed with a grade 37%Assessed pass or fail 15%Not assessed but with tutor feedback 24%Not assessed and no feedback, purely for my self development if I chose to do it 15%Example student responses - 100 students

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