Adobe Spark: Easily create and share videos, images, and newsletters

iLearn Technology

Students can use these tools to create book reviews, to document science experiments, for storytelling, to explain their inquiry process, as an eportfolio, to illustrate math concepts, and so much more! What it is: Adobe Spark is a collection of fantastic (free!)

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

Shake Up Learning

But our older, secondary students need to be able to share and take claim to their accomplishments. Portfolios are great for showcasing student work and growth over time, but they can also be a fantastic way for students to document and reflect on their interests and passions.

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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.

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 Scott Hayhurst, teacher, Okanagan Mission Secondary School, Canada. “I This year, I resolve to … Support high-quality learning.

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Future Trends Forum #9 with Gardner Campbell: full recording, notes, and Storify

Bryan Alexander

Gardner, participants, and I explored pedagogy, the power of the hyperlink, data, instructors, institutions, eportfolios, language, students, assessment, a great card deck, our personal histories, and a lot more. Students would curate and document linked learning.

Future Trends Forum #9 with Gardner Campbell: full recording, notes, and Storify

Bryan Alexander

Gardner, participants, and I explored pedagogy, the power of the hyperlink, data, instructors, institutions, eportfolios, language, students, assessment, a great card deck, our personal histories, and a lot more. Students would curate and document linked learning.