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    • 1. Digital E-Portfolios A snap of Room Three’s E-Portfolios
    • 2. Room Three - 2010 21 children Year 2 & 3 class
    • 3. Starting Point Decide on what you want in them. Don’t be afraid to use technology. With a bit of coaching the little ones can.
    • 4. Where I Started Played around with different programmes. Tried iweb. It has great features - but you can not individualize each child’s e-portfolio. Decided on using Keynote.
    • 5. Decision Time Using Keynote Decide on what you want in there. - Title Page - Welcome Page - Reading Page - Writing Page - Numeracy Page - Basic Facts Page - Swimming Page - Photos
    • 6. What I do Divide my class into two groups for the computers. They make their own individual folders. I teach my more capable children, who then go on to teach and help the rest of the class. Do one slide at a time.
    • 7. Their Views
    • 8. Parent’s Thoughts They like seeing their child’s improvements throughout the term. Next Steps - where they are and what they need to be doing. Everyday school life & the photos.
    • 9. Tips Make up your own mock e-portfolio - it gives the children some idea of what you are trying to achieve. Start with your more able students. Do one page at a time - work through your class. Get them to peer tutor - You teach the first pair, then they teach each other.

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