It was amazing to be a part of the program that advocates freedom to choose, show your own voice and be authentic in creating an E-portfolio, for me, it gives me a sense of ownership because I know this is mine. And because this is mine, I am responsible for designing the website and choosing the content of my website. Since I am only beginning to create my own e-portfolio, I am very excited about the journey that I am taking. I know it is not a perfect and straight path. But as someone who tries to have a growth mindset, I am sure that my e-portfolio will evolve as I continue my learning,
Creating significant learning environments (CSLE) is what I would like to offer to my students. I want them to experience authentic learning and not be afraid of any errors or mistakes. I would for my students to experience the COVA(Choice, Ownership, Voice, and Authenticity) methodology. Because the experience of learning is more important than being worried about being perfect.
Hapnuik, D. (2015, May 8). Creating significant learning environments (CSLE). YouTube. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZ-c7rz7eT4&t=19s
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Anna, beautiful portfolio with your word tags and pictures with the blogs.
I agree it truly is amazing to be a part of a program that allows learners so much free range! By the way, I love the colors you have chosen for your site.