Presented by: Ben Murray & John Hurley
Story – The EUfolio project has worked with teachers in authentic classroom settings in order to ascertain the potential of the e-portfolio platform in supporting assessment. The project draws on the synergy between formative assessment practices and digital technologies through the use of e-portfolios in the classroom, thereby promoting and building capacity in assessment practices. Throughout the pilot phase, teachers and students have worked collaboratively to develop valid, reliable and consistent assessment tasks and the e-portfolio platform has been used to promote formative feedback, peer assessment and student reflection.
Ben is an Education Officer with the NCCA, with responsibility for arts education and digital learning. He is currently involved with two digital learning projects, one on the use of digital portfolios and the other on collaborative approaches to assessing critical problem solving skills. John, a founding partner with H2 Learning, currently holds the post as Co-Director of Learning for The Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA), delivering a range of education and training programmes that focus on the learning and training needs of the Liberties community, schools and the digital media sector.