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Empowering disenfranchised learner identities through ePortfolios

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									Empowering disenfranchised learner identities through 
ePortfolios 

Ms Ruth Wallace 
Charles Darwin University 


Abstract: 
To support VET participation, pedagogies need to recognize and respond 
effectively to the impact of the disparities between those students' realities 
and educational institutions’ assumptions about knowledge. This presentation 
explores the potential of e­portfolios to recognise and engage diverse learner 
identities within formal education.  The presentation reports on  the use of e­ 
portfolios across a range of international education contexts, technologies, 
knowledge systems and the associated literacies. The outcomes are discussed 
in relation to: representations of learners' identities through e­portfolios; the 
opportunities for students to manage any disparities between community­ 
based and institutionally­based learner identities; the implications for 
educational delivery in regional Australia.




www.eportfoliopractice.qut.edu.au/

								
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