This evening we were joined by Barbara Ganley, Jan Marston and Pete Smith as we talked about this idea of an e-portfolio and the promise they (might) hold for both chronicling as well as assessing students’ work in languages over time. Our conversation touched upon the use of social software (in particular, blogs), rubrics, and assessment strategies. As the intro will hopefully make clear, Barbara (S) was calling in from a 1973 Princess® phone in Maine and her audio was a bit strange. Access the downloadable file, or stream this episode using the built-in player:
Ryan has been proudly maintaining and contributing to Language Lab Unleashed since 2005, and is the current President of SWALLT. Since the summer of 2013 he’s been causing trouble with his all-star colleagues in the UMW DTLT; when not wrangling websites Ryan can be found doing strange things with heavy objects.