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Pompeii - Department of Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology (Swansea University, UK)

In a case study from our 2016 PebbleBash, Dr Joanne Berry describes her work using PebblePad in ‘Pompeii and the Cities of Vesuvius’,  a module in the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology at the University of Swansea. In 2015, the student body was a mixture of second and third years, with different levels of experience and attainment. The main element of their assessment was to work in groups of four to research a particular topic and, using PebblePad, to create a website that could be used to teach their peers about that topic. This is an example of work produced by one group of students.

Creative Arts Therapies - Fiona Gardner (Murdoch University, AU)

The Art Installation Creative Process Portfolio was developed as an assessment task for students within the Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts Therapies. The focus of the task is to record the student’s creative process over a period of eight weeks as they develop an art installation based on a specific theme. The final art installation they exhibit in a class exhibition. Using the portfolio format enables students to record their creative process through reflective writing and uploading assets such as photographs of art making, drama or movement videos, photography, sound recordings.

NOTE:  This portfolio is what students use to create their content.  The first two pages include introductions and instructions and the remaining pages are Page holders for students to add their own content.

For further information, contact:

Fiona Gardner

Course / unit teaching portfolios (The University of the Sunshine Coast. Australia)

These portfolios provide course information and resources to the learners, as well as being exemplars for the learners’ own portfolios.

Introduction to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Societies

Digital Futures

For further information, contact:

Kelly Chambers, Associate Lecturer TPP - Tertiary Preparation Pathways, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia