For many teachers and students in higher education, hybrid-flexible and online learning are new experiences. In this event, Helen Chen (Stanford University), Kevin Kelly (San Francisco State University), and Gail Matthews-DeNatale (Northeastern University) will discuss how your students can generate and show evidence of learning through ePortfolio approaches–even if you don’t use an ePortfolio tool.
Participants will consider:
- how to help students document and reflect on their learning in disciplines that are challenging to accomplish remotely, such as STEM, the arts, or hands-on skills courses
- how to maintain learning equity in a world where some students and even some faculty do not have access to adequate devices, internet, software, or training for successful remote learning
- how to create multiple pathways for students to create and demonstrate evidence of learning in remote settings (also known as Universal Design for Learning)
Helen, Kevin, and Gail are all board members with the Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEBL).
This session is open to all members of the Northeastern University community. Please use your Northeastern email when registering. You cannot be enrolled in the session without Northeastern credentials.
[Session format: Meeting virtually via live web conferencing]
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Helen L. Chen is a Research Scientist in the Designing Education Lab in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, where she has been involved in a number of initiatives such as the Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education. She is co-author of Documenting Learning with ePortfolios: A Guide for College Instructors with Jossey-Bass, currently serves as co-executive editor of the International Journal of ePortfolio, and is a co-founder of EPAC, an ePortfolio community of practice.
Kevin Kelly teaches in the Instructional Technologies program at San Fransisco State University. His most recent co-authored publication is Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments with Stylus Press. Prior to San Francisco State, Kelly was Director of Wiley Learning Institute at John Wiley & Sons.
Gail Matthews-DeNatale is a Senior Associate Director at CATLR and lecturer for the Master of Education, eLearning and Instructional Design concentration. She has played a leadership role in the ePortfolio community for 20 years, including most recently serving as the Northeastern University lead for the national Connect to Learning initiative that developed the Catalyst for Learning ePortfolio framework.