When examining the use of devices to support learning in the classroom, it is helpful to divide the context into three major categories. Hardware, software and whether it is effective
To help think about the relative value of the different kinds of uploads in e-portfolios discussed in my post The Movie
I have given each type of upload a score from 0-2 against the criteria in the ISZL e-portfo
It seems I'm not alone in exploring the world of e-portfolios.
Other Coetailers have been here. Among others:
e-portfolios Reflection Process GOT IT
The e-portfolio as a tool for collective Reflection and story-telling by Zoe
In my last post I thought about teachers adding explanatory comments on student uploads in their e-portfolios. In this post, I'll think about
What should a teacher be uploading in addition to student entries?
A photo album?
Parents like seei
In my last post, I explained how I set up the classroom to integrate the e-portfolios.
Teach the students to take photos of their work.
Have them select their best to upload to SeeSaw.
Have them voice-record an explanation as to
In my Unit 4 Final Project I shared an 'Understanding by Design' Template, which I will use to guide this project.
As this is a year-long project, I only anticipate completing the first stages to submit for my Grade 5 project.
In my last po
In my last post, I thought about the criteria for excellence in portfolios.
I think this blog should tell our e-portfolio story thus far.
Idea 1: Write the blog post as a journal detailing what we've done each week regarding e-portfolios.
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Portfolios - the good, the bad and the ugly
I've seen many portfolios. Apart from those I've created myself (or supported my students