"It is no secret that children love to share their accomplishments with others. Whether you are a family member, friend, coach or teacher, there is at least one time when you have been asked to display a child’s masterpiece on the refrigerator, office desk or classroom pin board. The reason behind this long standing practice is simple. Children need continuous feedback to reaffirm that they are valued and accepted and that their efforts are appreciated. Consequently, the more positive feedback children can garner from encouraging role models will more than likely ensure the successful and ongoing development of the child.
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e-Portfolios are really starting to shine as a great way to get a big picture of our learners and student growth. The problem, however, is how to use these e-Portfolios effectively given the limited timeframe and bandwidth space that we have to work with. Today’s video provides some quick and (hopefully) unique ways to use e-Portfolios
Have you thought about using e-Portfolios with your students? This course has five units: an introduction, collecting, selecting, reflecting, and feedback, as well as additional resources. A great way to learn a new tool!
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"My grade one students each have their own blogs that are digital portfolios of their progress from the first week of school until the last one. On those blogs, they post writing, images, video and other artifacts that show what they have been learning. I’ve written (there is an entire chapter in my book) and talked before about digital portfolios, why we use them and how I use them for assessment.
Recently, someone asked me about how I provide for choice in our portfolios. What a great question! Choice should an important part of digital portfolios, and I give my students as much choice as I can as soon as I can."
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