5 Tips to Getting Started with ePortfolios

The Innovative Educator

ePortfolios are making a comeback. 1) Choose a platform First you need to check out what resources are available for ePortfolios. You can start with this list of ePortfolio apps and websites from Common Sense Education. This video offers a comparison of those two options.

Posthaven Vs. Class Locker: What Teachers, Parents, and Students Think

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I didn’t want to resort to printing everything, so I researched eportfolio options. Here’s a brief comparison of these two platforms. At that point in both cases, students can add a URL, add an image or video from Photos, take a photo or video, or draw. Posthaven supports any file type, including image files, PDF, and video files as well as URLs. With Posthaven, parents receive a notification each time work is added to their child’s eportfolio.