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    ePEARL: Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflective Learning
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    ePEARL for StudentsAll Students, Including Those Who Face
    The following advantages apply to all learners, however they take a special significance for students who face challenges in their learning:
    ePEARL allows for differentiation, for students with different learning needs and different learning styles. Portfolios can be created by using a simple word processor, by recording orally and by uploading files, including photos and short videos.
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Thursday, February 16

  1. page Contact Information edited ... Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 3J1 Tel: (204) 945-0151 or 1-800-282-8069 ext 0151 Fax: (204) 948-2…
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    Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 3J1
    Tel: (204) 945-0151 or 1-800-282-8069 ext 0151
    Fax: (204) 948-2344945-1704
    john.finch@gov.mb.ca
    Rosalind Robb
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    Winnipeg, MB R3E 3J5
    Tel: (204) 945-7971 or 1-800-282-8069 ext 7971
    Fax: (204) 948-2344945-1704
    rosalind.robb@gov.mb.ca
    Michelle Larose-Kuzenko
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    1567 Dublin Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3E 3J5
    Tel.: (204) 945-1400 or 1-800-282-8069 ext 1400
    Fax: (204) 948-2344945-1704
    michelle.larose-kuzenko@gov.mb.ca
    http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/imym/index.html
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    LwICT WIKIs - Main
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    ABOUT US
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  3. page About Us edited Literacy with ICT (LwICT) is an initiative of Manitoba Education, created in 2004. It has been imp…
    Literacy with ICT (LwICT) is an initiative of Manitoba Education, created in 2004. It has been implemented in all Manitoba schools K-8. Senior Years schools are starting to implement LwICT.
    Literacy with ICT means thinking critically and creatively about information and about communication as citizens of the global community while using ICT responsibly and ethically.
    http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/index.html

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Friday, March 4

  1. page ePEARL edited ... Advantages of ePEARL for Students Who Face Challenges in Their Learning The following advanta…
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    Advantages of ePEARL for Students Who Face Challenges in Their Learning
    The following advantages apply to all learners, however they take a special significance for students who face challenges in their learning:
    1. ePEARLePEARL allows for differentiationdifferentiation, for students
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    by recording orally,orally and by
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    short videos.
    2. The

    The
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    positive feedback.
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    Collaborate function
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    work together.
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    The
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    their learning.
    5. ICT

    ICT
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    a task.
    6. The

    The
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    to reflecting.
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    do next.
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    ePEARL Resources
    1. How ePEARL supports LwICT - http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/resources/epearl/support.html
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  2. page extras edited Extra info not currently in public pages September 29, 2010 Workshop Login at http://epearl.merl…
    Extra info not currently in public pages
    September 29, 2010 Workshop
    Login at http://epearl.merlin.mb.ca/ltk/login/pages/user.php with your username and password
    Choose level 2 when prompted
    Choose ePEARL
    Select Artifact. This shows a list of all the products saved in ePEARL inyour portfolio. Click on Add a New Artifact.
    Complete each of the pages.
    Notice the steps highlighted on the top portion of each page, showing you where you are at any time during the process. This will allow you to navigate back and forth.
    Read the prompts in the blue box on top right that remind you what you have to do.
    Click on the question marks for more information and an occasional video. As a teacher, you may want to use that information yourself to instruct a student.
    At the end, share your product with the whole class or with one of the students listed in the class.
    Teachers will not be able to view a file or folder shared with them.
    Logon as a student to view. Select Share, then Shared With Me. You will then be able to open a shared file.
    Note: Lists of students and classes need to be set-up by the ePEARL administrator.

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  3. page ePEARL edited ... ePEARL: Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflective Learning Advantages of ePEARL for …
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    ePEARL: Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflective Learning
    Advantages of ePEARL for Students Who Face Challenges in Their Learning
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    in their learning.learning:
    1. ePEARL allows for differentiation for students with different learning needs and different learning styles. Portfolios can be created by using a simple word processor, by recording orally, and by uploading files, including photos and short videos.
    2. The Sharing function allows students to reach an audience that can provide positive feedback.
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    Includes Print-based documentation, a Virtual tutorial, a wiki and Professional development videos.
    5. Follow the tutorial to learn how to use ePearl - http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/index.php
    September 29, 2010 Workshop
    Login at http://epearl.merlin.mb.ca/ltk/login/pages/user.php with your username and password
    Choose level 2 when prompted
    Choose ePEARL
    Select Artifact. This shows a list of all the products saved in ePEARL inyour portfolio. Click on Add a New Artifact.
    Complete each of the pages.
    Notice the steps highlighted on the top portion of each page, showing you where you are at any time during the process. This will allow you to navigate back and forth.
    Read the prompts in the blue box on top right that remind you what you have to do.
    Click on the question marks for more information and an occasional video. As a teacher, you may want to use that information yourself to instruct a student.
    At the end, share your product with the whole class or with one of the students listed in the class.
    Teachers will not be able to view a file or folder shared with them.
    Logon as a student to view. Select Share, then Shared With Me. You will then be able to open a shared file.
    Note: Lists of students and classes need to be set-up by the ePEARL administrator.

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  4. page extras edited Extra info not currently in public pages
    Extra info not currently in public pages
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  5. page Agenda edited ... Agenda Overview of LwICT Literacy with Information and Communication Technology ... Contin…
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    Agenda
    Overview of LwICT Literacy with Information and Communication Technology
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    Continuum? http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/tell_me/index.html http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/overview/purpose.html
    What is a developmental learning continuum?
    A developmental learning continuum is an assessment tool for learning based on teacher observations. It describes what teachers see and hear students doing, as they demonstrate their literacy. Many teachers already use continuums for assessing learning in reading, writing, and numeracy.
    What is the Developmental Continuum for Literacy with ICT Across the Curriculum?
    The Developmental Continuum for Literacy with ICT respects the literacy of all students. Regardless of abilities or learning contexts, all learners can see themselves somewhere on the continuum and can self-assess, at a glance, where they need to build their literacy with ICT. Using the Literacy with ICT developmental continuum as a lens, all learners will see themselves as literate learners on the road of lifelong literacy.
    The Developmental Continuum for Literacy with ICT paints a picture of how students develop their critical and creative thinking, in curricular context, and through the responsible and ethical use of ICT.
    Why develop a continuum?
    Since ICT is not a separate “curriculum” in K–8, the Developmental Continuum for Literacy with ICT is congruent with and infused with existing concepts across the curriculum.
    Since the focus is on what students can do, learners of any age are able to find themselves on the continuum, from novices to experts, from pre-K students to Senior Years students and beyond.
    Since continuums are focused on the student, the Developmental Continuum for Literacy with ICT provides a vehicle for students to self-assess and set goals for their learning.

    ePearl - Electronic Portfolio Encouraging Active Reflective Learning
    Inspiration - Mind Mapping Software http://www.strategictransitions.com/
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  6. page Agenda edited Agenda March 2010 Overview of LwICT Literacy with Information and Communication Technology W…

    Agenda
    March 2010
    Overview of LwICT Literacy with Information and Communication Technology
    What is a Continuum? http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/tell_me/index.html
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    Wordle - http://www.wordle.net/
    Glogster - http://edu.glogster.com/ - Create a poster
    September 2010
    Update
    Hands-on
    ePearl. Select the item in the left navigation bar.
    Webspiration http://mywebspiration.com/
    Question Period

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