Workshop: Embedding PebblePad in the curriculum
  • Babbage Bulding Room 323

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This course is for Plymouth University staff only.

PebblePad is the University’s ePortfolio system. 

It is available to all staff and students and can be used independently for personal and professional development, or as part of assessed activities within the curriculum. 

This two hour hands-on session will provide live examples of how PebblePad is currently being used in the curriculum across a number of disciplines, in areas such as: 

  • portfolio assessment
  • action planning
  • skills, competency or capability audits
  • evidencing achievement
  • reflective diaries or journals
  • personal or professional development activities
  • online workbooks.

Participants will have the opportunity to become familiar with the interface, tools, templates and activities within PebblePad, and will learn how to create bespoke activities to use with their students. 

There will also be a demonstration and discussion around how PebblePad can be embedded in the curriculum, to give students a varied approach to technology-enhanced learning.

For enquiries about this workshop please contact us the Digital Education team.

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