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Digital Portfolios Made Easy with Google Sites

  1. 1. Dpme.orgLeigh Zeitz, Ph.D. Bonnie ThurberUniversity of Northern Iowa Northwestern Universityzeitz@uni.edub-thurber@northwestern.edudrzreflects.comicollaboratory.org
  2. 2. Let’s tweet our comments.#ISTE12
  3. 3. #ISTE12
  4. 4. LEIGH ZEITZ BONNIE THURBER University of Northern Iowa  Northwestern University Cedar Falls, Iowa  Evanston, Illinois Associate Prof, Instruct Tech  Faculty Support College of Education  Academic & Research Tech Professional Portfolios Student Portfolios
  5. 5.  Your name City and state Level you teach School What type of portfolio do you want to create? (Student/Teacher/Administrator) Something special about you
  6. 6. Confirmation ofWorkshop Attendance
  7. 7. Create a Digital Portfolio  Identify your PROUD POINTS  Collect & digitize your artifacts  Learn portfolio organization  Write reflections  Integrate into the templates
  8. 8. Create a Digital Portfolio  Identify work PROUD POINTS  Collect & digitize your artifacts  Learn portfolio organization  Write reflections  Integrate into the templates
  9. 9.  Intro to digital portfolios Identify your PROUD POINTS Review on-line portfolios Identify potential artifacts Review teaching standards Reflections  What they are  How to write them
  10. 10. Creating Portfolios
  11. 11. dpme.org
  12. 12. www.smh.com.au
  13. 13. 8 Standards42 Critera
  14. 14. Thewho.net
  15. 15. PROUD POINTS
  16. 16. Portfolios tell it all
  17. 17. www.crime-scene.com
  18. 18. 3 2 4Standards-Indexed Standards-Referenced
  19. 19. www.durangoherald.comhttp://tinyurl.com/dpmesamples
  20. 20. TEKS
  21. 21. 1. Implementation of student achievement goals.2. Competence in content knowledge3. Planning and preparing for instruction4. Multiple learning needs of students5. Monitor student learning6. Classroom management7. Professional growth8. Professional responsibilities
  22. 22.  What? (Description)  Describe the artifact  More complete than caption So What? (Analysis)  Analyze the artifact  What occurred during the event? Now What? (Planning)  How did this affect you?  How is your future affected by this?
  23. 23. Dr. Leigh Zeitz University of Northern Iowa zeitz@uni.edu www.leighzeitz.com Blog: drzreflects.com Twitter: zeitz Second Life: Leigh WriterWorkshop evaluation: tinyurl.com/dpme-eval12
  24. 24. Dr. Bonnie Thurber Northwestern University b-thurber@northwestern.edu www.icollaboratory.org Skype: bthurber Twitter: bbt521 Google+: bbt521Workshop evaluation: tinyurl.com/dpme-eval12

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