Every single image on this page is outdated technology. Know what doesn’t get outdated? One’s ability to discriminate, make decisions using critical thinking and adapt to the relentless pace of change in the environment.
Hopefully not the multitasking teenager at the wheel.
Our Curricular Focus by this time should be clear.
Students need to learn to take control of and responsibility for their own learning, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need guidance, help and direction from their parents and teachers.
Implementing StudentE-Portfolios Susan Geiger Anne Arriaga Moreau Catholic HS Library Internet@Schools Internet Librarian2011
Students choose the work that demonstrates their capabilities. (self selection is part of the learning process and ensures a more authentic reflection) Being able to share with others (it's public!) is a motivator. Students like to display their work.
Students upload 1 piece of work (which was likely previously graded) per semester and provide a reflection. Students provide summary of assignment or attach assignment instructions/rubric.
Moving on, this program will be expanded to all departments helping to show a rounded picture of students' abilities and special areas of interest. 2011-2012: Frosh 2012-2013: Frosh, Sophomores 2013-2014: Frosh, Sophomores, Juniors 2014-2015: Frosh, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors