4: Teresa MacKinnon: Professional portfolios, values, and transferable skills
Teresa MacKinnon, MA, has been a language educator for many years, incorporating portfolios into language learning at University of Warwick, and is a scholar working in the field of open educational resources, open access, and open recognition, amongst many other interests of her that she continues to follow in retirement.
In her interview Teresa talks about her work with portfolios, her own professional portfolio journey, and how staying true to her values of openness has brought her to using and valuing Mahara.
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Connect with Teresa
- Teresa's blog 'next steps'
- Teresa's research activities
- Virtual Exchange: connecting university cohorts for language education
- First CMALT portfolio
- CMALT review portfolio
- Future Teacher 3.0 UK, the European funding has finished but the UK group continues to run regular webinars and publish openly as Xerte objects
- Association of Learning Technologists (ALT)
- ALT Open Education Special Interest Group
- Article 'A meta-analysis of open educational communities of practice and sustainability in higher educational policy' by Teresa MacKinnon, Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou, Howard Manns, and Scott Grant (2016)
- AAEEBL Digital Ethics Task Force
Audio editing support: Sofia Kokoreva
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Production: Catalyst IT
Host: Kristina Hoeppner
Artwork: Evonne Cheung
Music: The Mahara tune by Josh Woodward