Kathy Takayama on the Power of ePortfolios

For November’s meeting of the Lane ePortfolio theory reading group, we are discussing Kathy Takayama and John Wilson’s “Mapping Student Learning Throughout the Collaborative Inquiry Process: The Progressive ePortfolio.” 

I had the joy of seeing Takayama deliver a compelling and complex keynote speech at the AAEEBL 2014 conference.  In this speech she talked extensively about the project that is at the center of the article we’re reading this month, so I wanted to share specific clips from that keynote with my fellow reading group members. I’ve compiled a list of clips below that I found especially relevant to discussing Takayama and Wilson’s article.



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