Andrea Ghoneim, Danube University Krems

von Andrea Ghoneim

Das oben gezeigte Bild ((c) DUK Reischer) und der Artikel über mich erschienen in Upgrade (Magazin der Donau-Universität Krems). Hier geht es direkt zum Heft 4/2016, in dem der Artikel (verfasst von Astrid Kuffner) nachzulesen ist.

Das österreichische Chapter von EUROPORTFOLIO wurde im Oktober 2014 gegründet. Sie finden dort Berichte rund um das Thema E-Portfolio.

Weitere Links zu Vorträgen und Publikationen (auf Deutsch und Englisch) finden Sie in meiner Wissensbilanz.

 

My postition at the Department of Interactive Media and Educational Technologies at Danube University Krems enables me to live almost all my passions in the same time: teaching, learning, research and new media are the things I love - and fortunately I am able to work embedded in them. As I am mainly working in EU funded projects, I decided to set up this résumé in English. Those who prefer German can find a lot of German language information in my department's newsletter and on its website.

 

Well, of course, I am not the only one working at the projects listed below Wink That's part of the pleasure of project work: collaboration with great colleagues from a broad range of nations...

ATS2020 - Assessment of Transversal Skills (for lower secondary classrooms across Europe): started in April 2015. Please check the IMB's Mahara dissemination page for up-to-date information in German and English.

EUROPORTFOLIO - European Network of ePortfolio Experts & Practitioners: http://www.europortfolio.org/

EUfolio - EU Classroom ePortfolios (2013-2015): http://www.eufolio.eu/
Additional information about the project can be found at EUfolio Mahara.

I am also content admin of the IMB's Mahara platform: http://www.mahara.at

Contact

Bernhard Ertl / Andrea Ghoneim / Sylvia Grossgasteiger: E-Portfolios als Lern- und Dokumentationsraum für lernerInnenzentriertes Arbeiten. Posterpräsentation am E-Learning-Tag der FH Joanneum, Graz (16.9.2015).
Bernhard Ertl / Andrea Ghoneim / Sylvia Grossgasteiger: E-Portfolios als Lern- und Dokumentationsraum für lernerInnenzentriertes Arbeiten. Posterpräsentation am E-Learning-Tag der FH Joanneum, Graz (16.9.2015).

This Blog is for people who want to get started with ePortfolios basing on the ePortfolio platform Mahara. The entries focus mainly on ePortfolios in schools and higher education, but there are also some other examples.

Mahara guides for ATS2020 teachers

The "Technology and Tools" ePortfolio of the project ATS2020 is a collection of resources for partners, but also open for everyone who wants to have a look into the "project kitchen" of ePortfolio spaces for learning and assessment for students, aged 10-15 years. Part of the collection is a page with resources (slides, webinar recordings, ...) for working with Mahara (15.10) as well as with Office 365 and One Nore Class Notebook.

Veröffentlicht von Andrea Ghoneim am 05. September 2016, 13:31 | Kommentare (0)

Update + getting started on a new Mahara ;-)

ATS2020 has a flourishing website since a while. While I got more silent on this blog, I was busy training teacher trainers on another Mahara, they also get acquainted to OneNote classbook. In either of these spaces, or in a combination of both students will develop, self-assess and peer-assess transversal skills. The process will be coached and accompanied by teachers who will also give their students advice via formative assessment. Please check the website of ATS2020 to learn more or have a look at the German-English dissemination page of the project.

Veröffentlicht von Andrea Ghoneim am 08. März 2016, 20:45 | Kommentare (0)

ATS2020 - Assessment with ePortfolios

The EU-funded project ATS2020 - Assessment of Transversal Skills (for lower secondary classrooms across Europe) will continue the success road of the project EUfolio. With a focus on formative assessment, the technological and didactical basis of the project will be Mahara and a second ePortfolio platform - most likely it is going to be a Microsoft-based solution, again. A first report about the project can be found via the EUROPORTFOLIO portal. The project website is still under construction, however, it also offers first information about the project.

Veröffentlicht von Andrea Ghoneim am 05. August 2015, 12:35 | Kommentare (0)

EUfolio video summarizes ePortfolio pilot in lower secondary schools

When going to the EUfolio website, be sure to scroll down in order not to miss the video summarizing the project. Besides experts' and practitioners' views on the implementation in lower secondary classrooms across Europe, you can also see students enjoying the learning with ePortfolios.

Further videos allow insights into some national pilot experiences and the work with an ePortfolio solution basing on MS Office 365.

The collection "Mahara as ePortfolio Platform for EUfolio" serves as a documentation of the developments around the platform http://mahara.eufolio.eu and its use for implementing ePortfolio teaching and learning in lower secondary classrooms across Europe.

Veröffentlicht von Andrea Ghoneim am 21. Mai 2015, 14:05 | Kommentare (1)

My CV in German language is available online via XING, I also have an English CV at LinkedIn.

I like blogging and have a couple of blogs (all in German):

Kairo und mehr” is a mix of a diary of my times in Cairo and an archive for some other (mainly journalistic) texts which I drafted on cultural and teaching related issues during my time in Egypt (between 2002 and 2007).

Facebook und Ägypten” is connected to a workshop at the Medienkompetenz-Symposium at JKU Linz in 2013. It gives some background information on the connections of the “Egyptian Spring” and communication via facebook, but still should be updated with quotes and links.

Techniken des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens – tfm” is a product of a seminar on techniques of scholarly work for theatre, film and media studies (University of Vienna, summer term 2011). The contributions to this blog are mainly drafted by the students, I did the editing work and sometimes added some information.

Literatur im WWW” contains a commented linkography on German language literature readings for German as a foreign language. It was set up to accompany a workhop at the ÖDaF Tagung (Conference of the Austrian Association for German as a Foreign/Second language) in 2008.

Finally, there is also a blog which accompanied a German course for beginners at University of Vienna, in fall 2012: http://daf4globalstudies.blogspot.com/

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