Developing an ePortfolio for Health Professional Educators: A Case Study

Developing an ePortfolio for Health Professional Educators: A Case Study

Mary Lawson (Monash University, Australia), Debbie Kiegaldie (Monash University, Australia) and Brian Jolly (Monash University, Australia)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 10
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-890-1.ch025
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Abstract

This chapter describes the development and implementation of an ePortfolio to support the Graduate Certificate in Health Professional Education (GCHPE) at Monash University, Australia. The GCHPE addresses the skills and knowledge of teachers working in health, and encourages the development of a professional approach to teaching practice. The ePortfolio was developed primarily to enable the preparation and sharing of reflective tasks and assessment items constructed from the workplace of the course participants, and to facilitate written peer and tutor feedback. The first interprofessional cohort completed the course in 2003. In this chapter, the development process, evaluation methods, and results of the first year of implementation will be summarized. Problems experienced in the development and implementation process are identified along with recommendations for further action.

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