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  • 1. Digital Portfolios – NOW is the time to start
    • Presented by:
    • Barbara LaBeau
    • Visiting Professor
    • College of Education
    • Grand Valley State University
    • [email_address]
    • Russ Barneveld
    • Affiliate Professor
    • College of Education
    • Grand Valley State University
    • [email_address]
  • 2. Purpose of portfolio
    • best means of providing evidence that students have met the school's requirements and state standards
    • formative assessment/summative assessment
    • ePortfolios:Hot Once Again
    • ePortfolios:There’s no “There” There
  • 3. Deciding upon Content
    • What products produced throughout the year best illustrates student’s knowledge?
    • Use?
        • Aligned to curriculum/standards
  • 4. Progression of development
    • From paper to Web 2.0
    • Helen Barrett’s classification
      • http://electronicportfolios.org/categories.html
  • 5. Paper
        • Why continue?
          • Many documents produced in digital form
          • Can be converted to digital form
        • Teacher selected
        • How much parental involvement?
        • Student selected
  • 6.
    • Kid-Pix
      • Early elementary
      • Allows for:
        • Writing
        • drawing
        • images and
        • voice
    Non-web based
  • 7. Inspiration-Based Portfolios Non-web based
  • 8. PowerPoint
    • CD/DVD
    • Can be saved as html for a web-based version.
    Non-web based
  • 9. HTML scripted
    • Difficulty with understanding HTML format
    • FTP foreign to many
    • Access to pages
    • http://www2.gvsu.edu/~schwaamy/
    Web-Based Portfolios
  • 10. Personal Webstart Pages
    • No HTML (little/Copy & Paste)
    • Continued access
    • Additional resources used
      • Box.net
      • Slideshare
  • 11. Personal Web Startpages
    • Pageflakes
    • Netvibes
    • Protopage
    • Imbee - for students
    • Weebly
  • 12. Pageflakes examples
      • http://www.pageflakes.com/areichert737/
      • http://www.pageflakes.com/freerc/17573373
      • Positives
        • Large amounts of widgets
      • Negatives
        • Does not work with IE or Safari
        • Design is weak
  • 13. Additional web applications
    • Box.net - http://box.net
      • online file storage
    • Slideshare - http://www.slideshare.net/
      • Share ppt
    • gCast - http://www.gcast.com/
      • audio broadcasting