Planning Guide<br />My digital portfolio<br />
This portfolio will be public so just share your work. Your parents are your main audience. <br />Who is my audience?<br />
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...
Your portfolio can show: <br />your best work, <br />how you have grown over the term and <br />the things you have learne...
You choose the pieces that go into your portfolio.<br />Who decides?<br />
Use pictures, <br />slide shows, <br />PowerPoints, <br />text, <br />videos and <br />podcasts. <br />What can I put in i...
Expect discussion feedback from classmates, teachers, parents and others.<br />What others think<br />
Include &quot;I can ... &quot; statements so viewers know what you are learning.<br />Show your learning<br />
collect evidence of your learning, <br />elect noteworthy pieces to share, <br />think about what you were learning, <br /...
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Guidelines for developing student digital portfolios using a wikispace.

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  1. 1. Planning Guide<br />My digital portfolio<br />
  2. 2. This portfolio will be public so just share your work. Your parents are your main audience. <br />Who is my audience?<br />
  3. 3. 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. <br />It is your portfolio<br />
  4. 4. Your portfolio can show: <br />your best work, <br />how you have grown over the term and <br />the things you have learned to do. <br />It should show things you cannot see on tests. <br />What will they see?<br />
  5. 5. You choose the pieces that go into your portfolio.<br />Who decides?<br />
  6. 6. Use pictures, <br />slide shows, <br />PowerPoints, <br />text, <br />videos and <br />podcasts. <br />What can I put in it?<br />
  7. 7. Expect discussion feedback from classmates, teachers, parents and others.<br />What others think<br />
  8. 8. Include &quot;I can ... &quot; statements so viewers know what you are learning.<br />Show your learning<br />
  9. 9. collect evidence of your learning, <br />elect noteworthy pieces to share, <br />think about what you were learning, <br />think about what needs to come next. <br />The four steps: <br />

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