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The Flipped Classroom: Chaos or Cutting Edge? | Education.com

The Flipped Classroom: Chaos or Cutting Edge? | Education.com | ASSESSMENT | Scoop.it

The flipped classroom in an education model aimed at project-based learning and reliant on educational technology. Get the facts on the flipped classroom model.


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5 Excellent Tools for Creating Academic Portfolios ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

5 Excellent Tools for Creating Academic Portfolios ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | ASSESSMENT | Scoop.it

"Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already posted a detailed guide http://ow.ly/kHCyW   to everything teachers need to know about digital portfolios. Today, I am adding some web tools that are really wonderful for creating digital portfolios. Check them out below and let me know what you think."


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Moving into the 21st century in teacher education.

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Todd Groves's curator insight, May 4, 2013 9:24 AM

Portfolios give a snapshot of student work over time. The ease of access with new apps makes the process more achieveable.

lalita pradeep's curator insight, May 4, 2013 10:51 PM

wow......

Kelsey Gazarek's curator insight, May 9, 2013 2:35 PM


  These are five great ways to get students to use technology wisely and allow them to create a portfolio for themselves.

1- Weebly

This is a platform similar to Google Sites where you can easily build a classroom website for free. You can also use it to create your portfolio. Use the pages section to host it . You can embed in it images, videos, texts, graphs, infographics ...and many more.

2- Portfolio Gen

Portfoliogen is a FREE online service for teachers to create their own customized portfolio webpage. Registered users receive their own URL web address allowing them to share their credentials with prospective employers, principals, professors and peers.


3- Dropr

 

Dropr allows you to create and browse beautiful portfolios from music to art, photography to print and connects you to the worlds most creative community.

4- Pathbrite

 

This is an awesome tool that allows users to create academic portfolios. These portfolios can contain data stored on your computer, materials imported from social media networks...and many more.

5- Google Sites

 

Google Sites is another great platform for creating and hosting your digital portfolios. Check out this guide to learn more about it.