Electronic portfolios in education, Portland State University -- Curriculum, Social justice, Social change, Student-centered learning
In this presentation, attendance members learn how ePortfolios--and eWorkbooks--help students recognize their sense of belonging on a college campus. By asking a series of equity-minded, student-centered questions, the CEWE eWorkbook is a toolkit for assessing whether or not resources on campus are diverse and equitable for a variety of learners.
The Sharing Campus Equity Walkthrough Evaluation (CEWE) eWorkbook is available online: https://pebblepad.com/spa/#/public/GctzZ7RbZczmzs3q4q4jp3zRWy?historyId=Rsz4bQlCTk
Fernández, Óscar. “ePortfolios and Self-Reflection: Equity, Race, and Social Justice” at the 2017 AAEEBL (Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning) Conference, “Making the Case for Authentic, Experiential & Evidence-Based Learning,” at Portland State University on July 27, 2017.
Ten-week lesson teaching undergraduates about how to use an equity lens to analyze PSU culture.
Fernandez_Worksheet1_equitylens_culture_(1).pdf (77 kB)
Worksheet, "Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice (DESJ) Lens to Evaluate Four Elements of PSU's Culture."