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Guidelines for developing student digital portfolios using a wikispace.

Guidelines for developing student digital portfolios using a wikispace.

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    • Planning Guide
      My digital portfolio
    • This portfolio will be public so just share your work. Your parents are your main audience.
      Who is my audience?
    • You should try to make your own portfolio, but get as much help as you can. A partner can look over what you have made and help you.
      It is your portfolio
    • Your portfolio can show:
      your best work,
      how you have grown over the term and
      the things you have learned to do.
      It should show things you cannot see on tests.
      What will they see?
    • You choose the pieces that go into your portfolio.
      Who decides?
    • Use pictures,
      slide shows,
      PowerPoints,
      text,
      videos and
      podcasts.
      What can I put in it?
    • Expect discussion feedback from classmates, teachers, parents and others.
      What others think
    • Include "I can ... " statements so viewers know what you are learning.
      Show your learning
    • collect evidence of your learning,
      elect noteworthy pieces to share,
      think about what you were learning,
      think about what needs to come next.
      The four steps: