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Saturday, October 20 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Capturing the Process: Interactive Portfolios that Tell the Story of Learning

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Makers have both products and processes to show. The process of creation is full of ideas, mistakes, new branches, just-in-time learning, problem-solving, persistence, and iteration. Portfolios present visible evidence of learning. Innate to the process of creating a portfolio, learners must reflect on their work—articulate the successes and struggles along the way, consider their audience, and curate their identity.

In this session, participants will practice the documentation process and explore digital portfolios tools that capture and products and processes in making. Participants will also explore opportunities to participate in a new certification program for national recognition of digital competencies to enhance teaching and learning, through the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification.

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Jordan Stewart-Rozema

Online Learning Community Manager, KQED
Jordan creates and leads instructional programming at KQED to support educators in bringing digital media projects into their teaching.
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Almetria Vaba

Director, Education Partnerships, KQED
Almetria Vaba works with organizations and education agencies in leveraging KQED's resources and services to advance media literacy in a variety of learning environments.

Saturday October 20, 2018 2:45pm - 3:45pm PDT
Science Lab South (fits 28 people, UPPER LEVEL)