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ePIE - ePortfolios for Indigenous Educators: Successful partnerships for sustainable solutions

Boyle, Alicia, Wallace, Ruth M., Grace, Kerry, Sharma, Renu and Morgan, David (2010). ePIE - ePortfolios for Indigenous Educators: Successful partnerships for sustainable solutions. In: ePortfolios Australia Conference 2010: Widening participation - engaging the learner, Melbourne, 3-4 November 2010.

Document type: Conference Paper

IRMA ID 81704288xPUB476
Author Boyle, Alicia
Wallace, Ruth M.
Grace, Kerry
Sharma, Renu
Morgan, David
Title ePIE - ePortfolios for Indigenous Educators: Successful partnerships for sustainable solutions
Conference Name ePortfolios Australia Conference 2010: Widening participation - engaging the learner
Conference Location Melbourne
Conference Dates 3-4 November 2010
Conference Publication Title Proceedings of the ePortfolios Australia Conference 2010: widening participation - engaging the learner: book of abstracts and papers
Place of Publication Brisbane, QLD
Publisher Queensland University of Technology - eLearning Services UTS
Publication Year 2010
ISSN 9780980527520   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 27
End Page 48
Total Pages 22
HERDC Category E1 - Conference Publication (DIISR)
Abstract This paper shares the journey of a project to develop a customised ePortfolio for Indigenous teacher support staff in NT Schools, in order that those in other jurisdictions with similar needs can be informed of its deliberations and outcomes. It describes the way a geographically dispersed project team worked in partnership to negotiate the opportunities and challenges presented during the development and implementation of an ePortfolio framework. This framework is called ePIE (ePortfolios for Indigenous Educators). Without many of the constraining specifications often imposed on such an ePortfolio implementation projects, ePIE’s development was able to focus on the needs and aspirations of Indigenous learners in their workplaces and worlds. With due consideration for the needs of RTO assessors and Northern Territory Department of Education and Training policies, the pilot phase of the project has demonstrated the potential of ePIE to be adopted as a flexible and sustainable learning pathway for Indigenous Educators.
Keyword ePortfolios
Northern Territory
Partnership
VET
RPL
Workforce development
Description for Link Link to conference paper
URL https://eportfoliosaustralia.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/eac2010_abstracts_ebook_20101214.pdf
 
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