• Student-Faculty Partnerships

  • Description of Project

    Understanding the Experience of Student-Faculty Partnerships for Portfolio Design and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning        

    This study aims to understand the experiences of graduate students and faculty participating in the design of a culminating assignment, an ePortfolio, for a master’s program in higher education through a course designed under the premise of a “student-faculty partnership” for teaching and learning.   

    Related Presentations and Workshops

    Sponsler, L.E., Banasihan, J., Falkenstern, C., Hildebrandt, A. & Johnson, J. (2017, May). Student-Faculty Partnerships in Portfolio Design. Panelist of the Office of Teaching and Learning, University of Denver, Denver, CO.

    Sponsler, L. E. (2017, February). Understanding the Experience of Student-Faculty Partnerships for Portfolio Design and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Poster session at the meeting of the Office of Teaching and Learning, University of Denver, Denver, CO.

  • Student Faculty Partnership Video

    This video was created by Joey Banasihan, MA '17 and reflects the quotes and experiences of students participating in the student-faculty partnership project for ePortfolio design.

  • Student-Faculty Partnership Participants 2016-2017
    Student-Faculty Partnership Participants 2016-2017

    Audrey Mooradian, Iván Montes, Pedro Claudio, Joey Banasihan, Ashley Hildebrandt, Katie Kubic, Colleen Falkenstern, Laura Sponsler, Bella Gullia, Erin Whinnery, and Katie Johnson.

  • Reflective ePortfolios

  • One New Thing

    In Fall 2017, Dr. Sponsler was awarded a OneNewThing Grant through the Office of Teaching and Learning.  

    This project was be to create a Canvas community for the MA in Higher Education Community as they prepare their ePortfolios as part of their new and redesigned capstone requirements.   

    The Canvas community will serve four central purposes 1) create community around the project through open discussions and guided reflections; 2) serve as a repository of information related to the portfolio requirements; 3) house modules and tutorials to help students master DU Portfolio and 4) serve as a faculty assessment tool to understand how students are learning through the portfolio development process. 

    The following video and image share a bit about the Canvas community.

  • Sample Video for ePortfolios

    

     

     

This portfolio last updated: 06-Nov-2019 8:36 PM