Graduate Science Education Students Offer Video Tours of Their ePortfolio
Several Science Graduate Education alumni with exemplar ePortfolios created short videos of their work with the Educational Technology Coordinator. These video ePortfolio “tours” demonstrate evidence of growth in teaching and professional identity, critical learning from reflective practice and demonstrated improved learning outcomes of classroom students. Enjoy a few minute journey with our students!
Charon Sison, Science Education 2013 alumna, takes us on her “Journey as a Science Educator.” Her reflections guide her to recognize “that the core of coherent instruction, assessment and curriculum is student learning.” She uses the Danielson framework to analyze evidence of her growth. Click here to view.
Amelyn Trayvilla, Science Education 2013 alumna, starts by demonstrating the Taskstream template that includes titles of requirments but is otherwise a blank slate for work. She then showcases her “Metamorphosis as a Science Teacher” and how she changed her relationship with her students from being a “teacher TO them, to a teacher WITH them.” Click here to view.
Merlene Caparos, Science Education 2013 alumna, introduces her ePortfolio, “My Transformation as a Biology Teacher.” Click here to view.
Rubilyn Gitgano, Science Education 2012 alumna, introduces her ePortfolio titled, “Triangulate.” She focuses on three themes: professional growth, her students’ achievements and her collaboration with others. Click here to view.
Pablo Rivas, Science Education 2011 alumnus, states, “It takes deep commitment to change and an even deeper committment to grow.” As a high school science teacher for ELLs, learn how his professional practice improved in two sections of his ePortfolio: Understanding of Science Education Theory and Literature and Using Science Content Area Knowledge to Design Instruction. Click here to view video or explore Pablo’s ePortfolio.
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