How to Create Powerful Student ePortfolios with Google Sites

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Meaningful Learning with Digital Portfolios: Tools & Examples

Teacher Reboot Camp

Check out my Weebly portfolio at ShellyTerrell.com as an example. For my courses, my students use these curation tools to build their eportfolios. Find examples of my students’ Pinterest portfolios and how I set up the project and assessed it in the presentation below. Their presentations include screenshots, links, and examples. Eportfolios for Meaningful Student Learning from Shelly Sanchez Terrell. Examples of my students’ pinterest eportfolios.

Back to School with ThingLink ePortfolios

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

As a longtime educator and instructional tech coach, I have embraced ePortfolios as a valuable tool for documenting learning over time, self-reflection, goal-setting and growth. ePortfolios are powerful tools for authentic assessment.

Power the ePortfolio Process with ThingLink EDU

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

To follow up, I'm posting my interactive slideshow with links to resources and examples. For those interested in a bit of background knowledge, please see a post published on this blog in August of this year, Back to School with ThingLink ePortfolios

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

Teacher Reboot Camp

Example= [link] edit?usp=sharing Once students copy the template they edit with examples of their assignments and their reflections. Each example is followed by a well-developed and thoughtful reflection. “We do not learn from experience.

Student Reflection with Digital Portfolios

Teacher Reboot Camp

The course will soon be over so I am grading their reflective eportfolio final projects. I look forward to grading their reflective eportfolios, because this is when my students begin to look back at their learning journey and see how much they’ve grown. Their presentations should include screenshots, links, and examples. Student ePortfolio Reflections. These are some examples of their eportfolios.

Making Thinking Visible Using Technology

Dr. Shannon Doak's Blog

Below, I will introduce some Thinking Routines, briefly explain them, and give some examples of how they can be used. For example, say a student is doing the I used to think…Now I think… routine, they could easily record a podcast to answer these questions.

PortfolioGen - free online portfolio service for educators

Educational Technology Guy

You page has it''s own web address and can include personal information, certifications, photos, your resume, example lesson plans, documents, links to other sites and more. Here are some examples: This is a great way for teachers to create an online presence to showcase their talents and qualifications for potential employers. employment eportfolios free resources job search

Chrome Can: Screencasting!

Dr. Shannon Doak's Blog

Here is an example of how Screencastify was used in the Spanish Class at my current place of employment. Chrome Can Chromebooks Creation Creativity ePortfolios Innovation

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

iLearn Technology

The example above took under 2min to create and share! 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!

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Seesaw - Notes from #EdCampR13 Session | #EdCamp

EdTechSandyK

Example shown by facilitator was a template she made in Google Slides for demonstrating understanding of a multiplication problem. edcamp EdCampR13 eportfolio portfolio SeesawStudents can post photos, audio, video, links, text, and and upload files to Seesaw.

Teach Digital Citizenship: 20+ Tips & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

This example illustrates the power of our digital acts and choices. Students can create eportfolios with social bookmarking tools and as a final project create eportfolio presentations in which they reflect on the learning for each module/unit. Enjoyed these resources?

Dynamic Digital Portfolios #SXSWedu

EdTechSandyK

link] Examples Gallery of Teaching & Learning - [link] Online Tools - How do we embed these in portfolios? elearning eportfolio portfolio Project Share sxswedu Texas Notes from SXSWedu 2011 breakout session. Carol Teitelman Region XIII Distance Learning Link to Prezi from presentation: [link] Dr. Helen Barrett [link] Portfolios fall into two different types. Epsilen allows you to do both at the same time.)

Collaborative & Creative Online Learning

Teacher Reboot Camp

This example illustrates the power of our digital acts and choices. Students can create eportfolios with social bookmarking tools and as a final project create eportfolio presentations in which they reflect on the learning for each module/unit. Check out my students’ reflective eportfolio presentations here ! Find example templates and other resources for engaging parents in my survival tips for engaging parents !

Paul Solarz and His Student Centered Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

An example math lesson in Paul’s classroom. Genius Hour) and maintain personal ePortfolios of their work in class. Episode 73 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter.

Inspire with Poetry! 10+ Ideas & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

For example, they can create descriptive poems about animals and challenge their peers to guess the animal. Students can: create digital poetry eportfolios with free web tools and apps like Pinterest , Educlipper , or Livebinder.

20+ Ideas and Resources for Learning with Poetry

Teacher Reboot Camp

Students can create digital poetry eportfolios with free web tools and apps like EduBuncee , EduGlogster , Pinterest , Educlipper , or Livebinder. See this example here. See this example of 4th grade I Am poems. “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” – Robert Frost. April is National Poetry month. Poetry is a great way to inspire your learners to be creative and imaginative with a topic.

Inspire with Poetry! 10+ Ideas & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

For example, they can create descriptive poems about animals and challenge their peers to guess the animal. Students can: create digital poetry eportfolios with free web tools and apps like Pinterest , Educlipper , or Livebinder.

This Year be an EduHero!

Teacher Reboot Camp

If you choose to go on the EduHero Journey this year feel free to download any of these badges I made to go on your blog, eportfolio, or website : (Call to Adventure) Mission: Your mission this year is to join a League of EduHeroes and go on your EduHero Journey.

4 Powerful Ways to Implement Class Blogs – From Jennifer Carey

EdTechTeacher

Blogs as ePortfolio. This makes them a great platform for students to build their own ePortfolio. These are just a few examples of activities that you can use blogs for in your class. Explore how blogging can work in your class and try some of these examples from EdTechTeacher.

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.

Strategies for Becoming an Effective, Present Teacher

edWeb.net

For example, when students leave at the end of the day, she says goodbye to each one, asking them a question and acknowledging their presence for that day. Homework, assessments, projects. Grades, lesson plans, conferences.

A Project Share Story: Ensuring a Successful Implementation #SXSWedu

EdTechSandyK

Irving wanted to use ePortfolios with their students. For example, students by default cannot search for courses. Who can access ePortfolios? Irving has decided to keep the ePortfolios within Irving for now since they are using with 8th grade and 4th grade and are not applying to college at this time. Students are using ePortfolios and enjoy uploading their information to them. Also how to work with your ePortfolio.

SumBlox: explore number relationships through visual/kinesthetic play

iLearn Technology

For example, when the 2 and 3 blocks are stacked, they are the same height as a 5 block! ** This is not a sponsored post, I’m just super excited about this product and can’t wait to see what our students do with it! What it is: Why yes, this is a technology blog.

Make Learning Transparent with Badges

Graphite Blog

For example, in learning to craft an argument, students might earn badges for mastering different types of persuasive appeal, such as emotional appeal, logical appeal, and establishing credibility.

The Changing Role Of The Teacher In Personalized Learning Environment

TeachThought - Learn better.

Several representative examples of these innovations are highlighted below. ePortfolios : Creating an electronic continuum of work that captures student performance on traditional types of assessments, as well as evidence of project-based learning, and the development of 21st century skills.

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.).

Personalized Learning Plan Skills Template

Learning With Lucie

Here is an Example from one of my Google Trainings. During my morning routine this morning, which includes looking through some of my favorite blogs, I got inspired by Bill Ferriters blog post in The Tempered Radical called "New Feedback Activity: Not Yet/YouBet Lists" Bill writes."So

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

Bryan Alexander

This example surfaces new questions about student data and privacy, such as: are administrators mandatory reporters? One example: eportfolios dropped in one case because doing them decently was seen as too onerous. It needs a central authority such as LinkedIn, for example.

6 Ways Technology Can Reinvent Parent-Teacher Conferences

Edsurge

Bloom Board —collections of focused topics; the linked example will have parents surprised at what their little gamers are learning. Whether you already practice student-led conferences or are interested in getting started, Edutopia has a great list with examples and tips. 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.

Notes from AIMS Teachers Retreat 2016 #AIMSTeach @aimsmddc

techieMusings

Example Zaption Lesson – AP Calculus. Socratic Example Post. Web Tools: Digication – ePortfolio and Assessment Management Systems. I had the chance to attend & keynote the AIMS Teachers Retreat this year! I came away with so many ideas and new friends.

Notes from AIMS Teachers Retreat 2016 #AIMSTeach @aimsmddc

techieMusings

Example Zaption Lesson – AP Calculus. Socratic Example Post. Web Tools: Digication – ePortfolio and Assessment Management Systems. I had the chance to attend & keynote the AIMS Teachers Retreat this year! I came away with so many ideas and new friends.

AP Calculus Jeopardy Using @PearDeck + @Wacom Tablets + @msOneNote #edchat #mathchat

techieMusings

This is part 2 of documenting my “AP Calculus Jeopardy Review” If you didn’t catch part 1, check it out here: AP Jeopardy Review – Let’s #ePortfolio That: Using PearDeck, Wacom Tablets, and OneNote. Example of a student correcting their work in their OneNote notebook.

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

Edsurge

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. For example, Bruff teaches a statistics course where he uses an infographics assignment that he adapted from Sidneyeve Matrix, an associate professor at Queen’s University, in Canada. “In

Make Learning Transparent with Badges

Graphite Blog

For example, in learning to craft an argument, students might earn badges for mastering different types of persuasive appeal, such as emotional appeal, logical appeal, and establishing credibility.

The Social Learning Summit Is Tomorrow - Online and Free

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

Mortenson Creating a 24/7 Professional Development Model by Josh Allen Creating a Library Website to Support Information Literacy Needs by Luann Edwards Creating ePortfolios using Weebly by Valerie R. Tomorrow, Saturday, April 21st, is worldwide 2012 Social Learning Summit , a one-day virtual conference being held as a partnership of Classroom 2.0 and the Discovery Educator Network. The Summit is from 9:00am - 3:00pm US Eastern Time.

Is all learning social?

Learning with 'e's

Today was particularly interesting because I had a conversation on this blog with ePortfolio Keith (Keith Brennan aka @wiltwhatman), who was commenting on my Three Things post.

Student Portfolios, Diigo and Blogs

wwwatanabe

I appreciate Implementing ePortfolios? For example, I use "AJUSD" for things related just to my district, and now it is easier to retrieve as well. I''ve had several people ask me about how to start blogs and portfolios with their students next year, and what''s the best approach.

A Day in the Life: Google Apps for Teachers

EdTechSandyK

Notes from a breakout session at TCEA 2011 Google Academy A Day in the Life - Google Apps for Teachers Julia Stiglitz - Business Development Manager Google Apps for Education 50 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom - Great presentation with links to many of the examples!

Empowering Teachers: A Roadmap for Student Success #SXSWedu

EdTechSandyK

More examples of how to use the platform are needed - video tutorials, etc. I got to ask this question: There is concern across the state about lack of ability to bring content in from other platforms (Moodle, for example) and lack of ability to export from the Epsilen platform (for example, a student who wants to liberate their blog posts out to WordPress, etc.). They have small test beds where they are working on export of ePortfolios, etc.