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Elisabeth Agerbæk
Lise Agerbæk, chairman of the Nordic Chapter of Europortfolio, is the author behind the latest issue of Gymnasiepædagogik - a magazine targeted Danish secondary schools. The title is “Europortfolio”. This issue describes the Europortfolio project’s results and how they may benefit the work with portfolio in Danish secondary schools. The following are some of the recommendations:Suggestions for use of results of the EuroPortfolio project in secondary education First of all, the project's web portal is a rich and diverse resource in relation to knowledge about the use of ePortfolier in relation to education in general. Here is an overview of the European knowledge and practice in the area along with a link to a very extensive network. I would like toencourage all readers to register as a user. It's free and gives access to the portal, with the ability to create news, events and more.If you wish to reflect on your standpoint in relation to the use of ePortfolio, you can especially consider using the ePortfolio Maturity Matrix, as avery extensive and detailed tool to reflect on your own practice. It also provides an opportunity to look at where the...
Karolina Grodecka, Agnieszka Chrząszcz
The report reviews the initiatives of e-portfolio used for supporting teachers’ professional development in various countries across Europe and beyond.It screens the practices reflected in the resources and presents the current status of developments.The report focuses on the presentation of resources targeted at the teachers published on Europortfolio Portal by its members in two sections: teaching practice and professional development.The appendixes provide the list of organisations and institutions dealing with e-portfolio at various levels and the briefing of the resources available elsewhere targeted at the teachers
The ePortfolio implementation guidelines aim at supporting implementation of ePortfolios on the school‘s, institution‘s and consortium‘s level.General implementation guidelines gather the background, recommend models and approved processes and discuss the challenges for schools, institutions and consortia. General implementation guidelines [Browse on a wiki] [Download .pdf version] Institutions‘ implementation guidelines analyse the context,  as well as challenges on pedagogy, management, HR and technology. Institutions‘ implementation guidelienes [Browse on a wiki] [Download .pdf version]  Implementierungsleitfaden für Institutionen [Dokument zum Download] Guia de implementación para Instituciones [Navega en la Wiki] [  Teachers‘ implementation guidelines provide insight into 5 implementation phases (exploration, planning, development, implementation and sustainability) with regard to the school setting. Teachers‘ implementation guidelines [Browse on a wiki] [Download .pdf version] Wdrożenie e-portfolio - przewodnik dla nauczycieli [Przeczytaj na...
The Competency Framework offers an analysis of ePortfolio technologies and functionalities as they support the processes of competency recognition and accreditation. It consists of two sections:Section One: Issues in the assessment and accreditation of competencies. This section sets out a general understanding of the nature of competency and identifies key aspects of and issues in the processes of recognition and accreditation.Section Two: Integrating ePortfolios (and related technologies) into competency recognition processesThis section identifies the different functionalities of ePortfolio tools and technologies which support different aspects of competency recognition and accreditation processes.The objective of the Framework is:(a) to create a transparent definition and common understanding of the language and processes of competency recognition and(b) to deconstruct the ePortfolio ‘concept’ to enable a better understanding of how different technological capabilities can contribute to building effective competency recognition/accreditation processes.The current version of the Framework is a working version. It is being presented to a range of audiences to...
The ePortfolio Self-development study 
The Maturity Matrix is an attempt to articulate the complex nature of learning in relation to:Two contexts: formal and informal;Three spaces: the learning, working and social spaces;Four components: learning, technologies and their combination in ePortfolios and Open Badges; andFive maturity levels: Aware, Exploring, Developing, Integrated, Transformative.National languages versions:   Matriz de Madurez de los ePortfolios y los Open Badges [Descargar documento]  Mapa gotowości - e-Portfolio i Otwarte Odznaki [Pobierz dokument]  Mapa gotowości - plakat [Pobierz plakat]  ePortfolios & Open Badges Maturity Matrix - Indholdsfortegnelse [Download .pdf versionen]