Canvas - learning management system - great for e-portfolios

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Here a link to the Canvas Guides of a video (less than five minutes) walking students through setting up an ePortfolio. There is also a longer version which goes into details of how ePortfolios work, how to create them, why they''re used, etc. eportfolios learning management system

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Sharing Genius Hour Learning with the World

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Articles Genius Hour authentic audience blogging Denise Krebs eportfolios Gallit Zvi sharing tech tools video Wonder

Technology and Capstone Courses

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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.

Chrome Can: Meme Creation and Educational Use

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The article “ 5 ways to use memes with students ” Is one math teacher’s story about how they began using memes. Chrome Can Chromebooks Creation Creativity ePortfolios InnovationWhat are memes?

PortfolioGen - free online portfolio service for educators

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Feel free to share summaries and links to these articles, but do not copy and repost entire article. employment eportfolios free resources job search Portfoliogen is a free online service that allows teachers to create online portfolios with their own URL web address. It was developed by teachers and is easy to use.

20+ Ideas and Resources for Learning with Poetry

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Students can create digital poetry eportfolios with free web tools and apps like EduBuncee , EduGlogster , Pinterest , Educlipper , or Livebinder. Read this article, Games as Poetry. For more poetry activities for children check out the article, Rhyme and Repeat: 5 Poetry Activities Kids Will Love. “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” – Robert Frost. April is National Poetry month.

Let’s Write! 20+ Ideas & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

He sheds light on many myths associated with writing with digital tools in this video interview and in his books and articles. Ideas for digital writing projects, include comics, scripts for videos and podcasts, ebooks, multimedia posters, eportfolios, infographics, blogs, essays, scrapbooks, ezines (digital magazines), and online newspapers.

Authentic Assessments to Support Teaching and Learning

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This article was modified and published by EdScoop. Over the last three years, she has led dozens of professional development sessions all of which have impacted the way that educators communicate learning through eportfolios.

Let’s Write! 20+ Ideas & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

He sheds light on many myths associated with writing with digital tools in this video interview and in his books and articles. Ideas for digital writing projects, include comics, scripts for videos and podcasts, ebooks, multimedia posters, eportfolios, infographics, blogs, essays, scrapbooks, ezines (digital magazines), and online newspapers.

Strategies for Becoming an Effective, Present Teacher

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This article was modified and published by eSchool News. Over the last three years, she has led dozens of professional development sessions all of which have impacted the way that educators communicate learning through eportfolios. Homework, assessments, projects.

Teaching with the Growth Mindset

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This article was modified and published by EdScoop. Over the last three years, she has led dozens of professional development sessions all of which have impacted the way that educators communicate learning through eportfolios. Teaching to the middle—most teachers don’t want to do it.

What are your edtech resolutions?

eSchool News

I will use less paper by having students document learning electronically and posting to their FreshGrade eportfolios. “I Whether that be from fellow tech leaders on social media or reading more articles, I want to better prepare my students for future technology integration.”.

Professors Aren’t Good at Sharing Their Classroom Practices. Teaching Portfolios Might Help.

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It’s the largest portfolio initiative for teaching eportfolios in higher education that’s focused on what am I doing to improve student learning,” says Gerry Hanley, assistant vice chancellor at California State University’s chancellor's office. The Cal State system hopes that the portfolios it’s requiring could turn out to be a rough draft for articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Testing and the future of education: Anya Kamenetz on Future Trends Forum #6

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She cited the recent Google artificial intelligence success AlphaGo ; I recommended this Wired article. One example: eportfolios dropped in one case because doing them decently was seen as too onerous.

6 Ways Technology Can Reinvent Parent-Teacher Conferences

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These are some of my favorites: TeacherVision and Education Corner —these are my go to spots for helpful articles and printable handouts to distribute to both parents and students. 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.

Make Reading Relevant with Thematic Units

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Each unit typically includes a couple Zaption videos for everyone to view, and for each reading level, three to eight books and two to four articles. Units for younger students might include more read aloud content while units for upper elementary or middle school students might focus more heavily on articles or reading parts of non-fiction texts. In addition, ReadWorks is a fantastic repository of fiction and nonfiction articles at different Lexile levels and topics.

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Novice Has opened an account Can navigate MyPortal Exploring lefthand nav menu Developing ePortfolio Navigating online courses Novices can Microblog (updating their status; many know how to do this b/c of Facebook and Twitter) Use wikis and forums straight out of the box (have seen message boards on the Internet before) Blog (have seen professional blogs before) Proficient Created or participated in groups Tried to create a course Has used Web 2.0 Notes from SXSWedu 2011 breakout session.

Make Reading Relevant with Thematic Units

Graphite Blog

Each unit typically includes a couple Zaption videos for everyone to view and, for each reading level, three to eight books and two to four articles. Units for younger students might include more read-aloud content while units for upper elementary or middle school students might focus more heavily on articles or reading parts of nonfiction texts. In addition, ReadWorks is a fantastic repository of fiction and nonfiction articles at different Lexile levels and with varying topics.

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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Saturday, September 13th at 12pm CR20 LIVE Weekly Show - Career Development Student Livebinders - Top 10 ePortfolio Livebinder Winner! This recent article , written by Amy S. We''ve all had the experience of visiting websites, reading articles, or opening emails and having a gut reaction to the aesthetic of the content. This article explores how choosing the right design for your online course materials can greatly influence the user''s experience in your class.

Top 100 Sites/Apps of 2014

Technology Tidbits

News-O-Matic - A terrific free mobile app designed to bring 5 Common Core aligned articles to students. WeLearnedIt - An excellent free iPad for the mobile classroom, ePortfolios, and Project Based Learning.

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The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Thursday, June 19th at 7pm Livebinders 2014 Top Ten Winners Announced , "How are you using LiveBinders as ePortfolios?" Patrick Pierra shares this article by Kelly Smith, reviewing the pros and cons of tablet use in primary school classrooms. Check out the article here.