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ePortfolios

  1. 1. Dianne Pappafotopoulos K-12 Instructional Technology Specialist Teacher Dover Sherborn Public Schools
  2. 2.     Things to consider Apps selected Purpose of portfolio Description of ePortfolio process using apps
  3. 3. • Will student work be public? • Will students be able to view / comment on peers work? • Will teacher be able to provide feedback privately? • Is student work organized for viewing? • Are the portfolios transferable from year to year? • Can students access / export their work outside of school? • Does the platform allow for multiple file types (docs, audio, video files)? • Are there costs for using the tool or platform? • • Can a teacher create a teacher account / student accounts, or do students sign up on their own? Is there a minimum age? Can the tool be integrated into an existing SIS?
  4. 4.  Google Apps (Drive, Blogger, Sites)  Evernote  VoiceThread
  5. 5.  Showcase student work  Evaluate student work  Track student growth
  6. 6. Student collects work in digital format, stores it in Google Drive folder, shares with teacher.
  7. 7. Student creates an online journal/blog, collects work to showcase and gets feedback from teacher (Google Sites, Blogger).
  8. 8. Student should ask….  What am I most proud to highlight about my work?  What does this work show about my learning ?  What more can I learn?  Student self-assesses and teacher provides feedback
  9. 9. TEACHER: • • • • • • • Identify the PURPOSE of portfolio. Indicate goals, outcomes and standards Create template in Google Site for students to collect / display work Check student work and provide feedback for assessment. Allow students to update their work based on your comments. Use a rubric to evaluate student work. Allow students to present highlights of their portfolios. STUDENT: Create a Google Site with the following elements: • • • • Introduction (who are you?) Journal/Blog (describe the purpose) Collection of work to display in this portfolio Reflection: how do items in portfolio show achievement and meet goals?
  10. 10. Create a Folder for work on Google Drive (store video, docs, presentations) • • • Create a folder in Google Drive Upload files Share from an app to the Google Drive
  11. 11.  Evernote lets you take notes, sync files across  Create folder for each student or 1 for class  Access from anywhere  devices, save webpages, capture media, and share your ideas. Find info fast! Search by tag, keyword or text within your note
  12. 12.   Voicethread allows conversations in the cloud. Students/teachers/parents can comment on an image or idea. Students create a VT of their work to use as a portfolio.

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