How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites

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Encourage Students to Reflect on Their Growth with This Free Slides Portfolio Template

Teacher Reboot Camp

This portfolio doesn’t need to have been started at the beginning of the year and only takes about 1 or 2 class periods for students to complete depending on your setup and technology access. “We do not learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience.”

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It’s Not About Google (Part 4) – SULS047

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Technology and Capstone Courses

Dr. Shannon Doak

These include slide presentations, graphic organizers, infographics, ebooks, video presentations, websites, whiteboard app creations, graphic novels, blog posts, ePortfolios, podcasts, coded applications, digital art, video games, and VR world creations.

5 Tips for Using Google Apps to Go Paperless

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better student access to learning materials. Share Calendars to avoid meeting conflicts. Sites can also be a great place to manage student ePortfolios.

Create Interactive Albums with ThingLink Channels

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

Portfolio Channel Students can create a channel for use as an ePortfolio to organize a collection of their own work and document learning over time. Teachers can use ePortfolios as a tool for authentic assessment.

Storms over liberal education: notes on the 2016 AAC&U conference

Bryan Alexander

I kicked things off with a survey of major technological developments in a very top level way, then dived into specific, currently used digital tools (the LMS, ePortfolios, video, robotics, big data, social media, 3d printing, etc.). The other spoke of access, public financing, inequalities.

6 Ways Technology Can Reinvent Parent-Teacher Conferences


Often times those that need to meet with us most are the same parents who have the biggest challenges in making it happen. Show parents how kids can access assignments or notes they may have missed or watch screencasts you have created. Create ePortfolios. We’re about a third of the way into the school year and we know what that means: The dread of parent teacher conferences! Well, okay, not dread. But conferences would not make it on my Top Ten Reasons I Like to Teach list.

In It Together: Student Led Program Implementation #SXSWedu


Students started assisting fellow students in creating ePortfolios in Project Share. Students also presented at faculty meetings. Snipit of faculty meeting training at 9th grade campus shown.) At the end of the meeting, the principal announced students could bring their own devices to use Project Share. After initial trainings, here were monthly meetings to follow up. McDonald checked up on students in between meetings.

Empowering Teachers: A Roadmap for Student Success #SXSWedu


Project Share allows us to meet students where they already live in an online environment. They have one hour of PD each day and teachers access through Epsilen/Project Share. Modules can also be accessed outside of school. A Region 4 district has teachers accessing PD at all hours of the day and night when it is most convenient for them. Teachers have access to these resources and at the same time these resources can be updated as information changes.

The Epsilen Experience: Power Users Share Their Stories #SXSWedu


Cuts down on time needed for F2F meetings. Epsilen provides a medium they want to use and makes it accessible to them. Ingram - The finished work posted to Epsilen creates ePortfolios that stay with the student. Visit his eportfolio at where he is posting his resources. Giving teachers access to each other encourages use.

Week of November 29, 2010 - Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Elluminate

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

EPORTFOLIOS COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE: THE TRIALS 2010 (THE AUSTRALIA SERIES) Mon 29 Nov 08:30PM New York / Tue 29 Nov 01:30AM GMT / Tue 29 Nov 11:30AM Sydney Coach Carole. Data and results will be shared from the 2010 Eportfolio Implementation Trials. As access to mobile devices like smart phones and wifi-capable handhelds has increased, the number of applications or ‘apps,’ programs written to run on one or more of these devices, has grown at an even faster rate.

Learning Revolution Free PD - Student Entrepreneurship - Gaming in Ed - Google Summit Recordings

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We''ve set up a new student entrepreneurship portal at that provides quick access to the free HPLIFE interactive classes for students to learn business skills, and gives you a chance to sign up for information about the free online conference on student entrepreneurship we plan to hold in 2015. Unlike our other events, this 60+ session summit was a for-charge event, and we''re now offering access to the conference recordings for $40.

This Week's Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Elluminate

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

tools for accessing, storing, analysing, applying and sharing information. The training organization is in a unique position to harness this collective knowledge and make it compelling, accessible and reusable by the organization. Having access to a free and easy to use presentation and drawing applications is great; however, the power of Google Presentation & Drawing are in their collaborative and publication abilities.

This Weeks Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Elluminate

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A peak into a course focussing on building your undertanding of eportfolios. We will also invite participants to share their ideas, challenges and solutions in methods of reflective practice and the development of eportfolios. We are also seeking expressions of interest from those eportfolio practitioners who may wish to be guest presenters in our Elluminate workshops. tools for accessing, storing, analysing, applying and sharing information.