SEAMEO-Australia sharing best practices of ePortfolios in Education

Thursday, 11 August 2022 | Piyapa Su-angavatin




 

Bangkok, 2 July 2022: The SEAMEO Secretariat, the Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Australia and the winner of the 2021/2022 SEAMEO Australia Education Links Award organised the SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Webinar on ePortfolios in Education on 2 June 2022 at 15.30-17.00 hrs (GMT+7). The webinar was supported by the resource persons from the University of Queensland (Australia), and Queen's University Belfast (UK) and engaged by 5,900 live participants thru the SEAMEO YouTube Channel.

The SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Project on ePortfolios in Education was a winning proposal of the  2020/2021 SEAMEO Australia Education Links Award, led by Dr Nantana Taptamat, the University of Queensland, Australia in collaboration with Dr Siti Muflichah, Universitas Islam Negeri Antasari Banjarmasin, Indonesia.

The SEAMEO-AUS EduLink on ePortfolios in Education Programme has been conducted since July 2021, consisting of two interrelated elements: A teacher professional development program (TPD) and online community of practice (CoP). The TPD involves online self-paced courses and online workshop series on practices and principles of collaborative pedagogies and authentic assessment using ePortfolios. The online CoP on ePortfolios consists of over 300 members from Southeast Asian countries who actively interact with one another and share course materials through the CoP platform (https://nantanalearn.com/).

 




CoP Platform on ePortfolios in Education
https://nantanalearn.com/

 


Project Conclusion Webpage to share ePortfolios Practices from CoP Members
https://www.seameoausedulink.com/project-conclusion

 

The webinar was organised as a Project Conclusion Meeting that opened to the public with its aims to provide insight into practices and principles of using ePortfolios in education, and share preliminary project results on affordance and challenges of teacher community of practice in professional development.

At the end of the webinar, the selected ePortfolio projects and implementation experiences from CoP members, namely, Suankularb Wittayalai Thonburi School (Thailand), Romblon State University (Philippines), Capiz State University Burias Campus (Philippines), ICTS Ed Tech, the Department of Education (Philippines), and St. Mary’s College of Meycauayan (Philippines), were presented to the audience. 

 

To join the CoP on ePortfolios in Education

To see ePortfolios practices and project conclusion

To read more on SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Webinar

To watch SEAMEO-AUS EduLink Webinar

To learn the 2022 SEAMEO-Australia Education Links Award