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  8. page Main Findings edited ... Sunday, February 19th, 2006 "G, I think you’re right, but I think ePortfolio is still mo…
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    "G, I think you’re right, but I think ePortfolio is still more than a word. I think you’re right if all we are talking about is a portfolio in the digitally networked world - but as you alluded to in your first comment, it is a word that panders to old schoolers, managers and academia who refuse to acknowledge the digitally networked world in the terms that are current. This provides charlatans with the opportunity to sell false things like ePortfolio software and servers, which in turn leads teachers into yet another false reality, which leads our kids into schizophrenic learning… out there is the way things are really done - in here is the way we do things in school.”
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    “There are a billion good ideas flying around out there and in here. The only ones that have global resonance are those that hit the ground running. Realising that the key elements of professional portfolios are imbedded in the individuals ability to demonstrate and action social change, realise social dividends, connect others to knowledge and weather the organisational-flack-attack are in my opinion the portfolio we should be carrying around with us ....so to speak.”
    Comment by Alex Hayes in same comment section in response to my comments.
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    Let’s take it as a given that e-portfolios are useful as a way of documenting professional growth, collecting evidence of expertise and lifelong learning. But unless teachers have a specific purpose beyond their immediate role in the classroom - leadership aspirations, consultancy opportunities, AST1 or working internationally - I don’t think that we will see a mass take-up of the e-portfolio concept….
    Rather than worrying about whether teachers will get into e-portfolios or not, the question should be more along the lines of “How do we get teachers developing an online presence?” To me, that seems to be the genuine starting point for some many classroom teachers who need to make the mental shift from using the internet as a read-only resource to the benefits of the Read/Write web….”
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    “Still the wrong question, and for the same reason. Why is it important to get teachers to develop an online presence? What do we gain from that? What do teachers gain from that?”
    Comment by Stephen Downes in response to the above post.
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