Digital Portfolios Using Weebly
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How to create student digital portfolios using the free site Weebly.com

How to create student digital portfolios using the free site Weebly.com

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Digital Portfolios Using Weebly Document Transcript

  • 1. Weebly allows teachers to create student accounts - education.weebly.com Sign in with your teacher account. If you don't have one you can sign up for one lower on the page. Welcome to your teacher dashboard. You can add your class and students by clicking on the My Students tab. Created by Meredith Martin www.techforteachers.com
  • 2. Create your class and select your privacy level. Students can log in at students.weebly.com You can enter students one by one or in bulk. You can have up to 40 student accounts. Once students are created, you can view their accounts and any sites they create by clicking on their name.
  • 3. Students sign in with their username and password. They can choose asubdomain - you may wantto make a namingconvention such asteacher name/year/number. Students can now drag and drop elements onto their page.
  • 4. Students can drag the FILE component over to their page. They can then upload existing files to their page. Uploaded files will be available as a link on the page.
  • 5. Have students organize their site by adding a page for each subject. They can have up to 5 pages. Students can get creative by changing their theme, colors, and fonts.
  • 6. Once finished, students can publish their site. Published sites are password protected if you have made you class pages private. Students and parents canlog in with the classpassword to see theirportfolios. On the teacher dashboard, you can view the student sites, delete sites, and turn on and off editing capabilities.