Online 6 - Course V - Final Project submission
ePortfolios in Your Classroom by Digging Out of a Digital Hole
Sit back and enjoy, thank you for joining me on this journey.
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The time has come to reflect on my level of community engagement during Digging Out of a Digital Hole’s ePortfolio Task Force. My st
Lara Porter, John Mikton & Andrew Grover stare into the future implications of ePortfolios.
Reflections from an Interview with John Mikton Director of eLearning and Lara Porter Primary Tech Integrationist @ ICS. I would like to thank both for t
While researching the current application of ePortfolios in our schools a number of resources have been created by me and shared by others. Please feel free to add your own or use the ones available in your own classrooms.
Prompt Cards: Below you
Results & Analysis of the ePortfolio experience of Educators around the world. The ePortfolios in Your Classroom survey contains current information about the actual application and integration of ePortfolios in our Schools.
Thank you all for y
[caption id="attachment_344" align="alignright" width="244"] During the ePortfolio journey thought bubbles come together to form clearer ideas and solidify understanding.[/caption]
In progress conversations: These are some suggestions and question
This project started with grand plans. Bringing technology into the 1300s. Sounds great.
Romeo and Juliet is one of my favorite texts to teach, and if I am being honest, it’s one that I can do pretty off the cuff. I use a lot from the
Hello Digging Out of a Digital Hole Community!
A quick update on ePortfolios in classrooms around the world. I focused on the feedback disseminated from the in class portfolio experience of my digital community. To see with whom and from where I h
[caption id="attachment_316" align="aligncenter" width="805"] Categories and Tags help you navigate the mountains of information, just follow the footsteps....[/caption]
One of the big focuses for my Digital Portfolio Task Force is to examine the
[caption id="attachment_308" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Birds of a feather flock together.[/caption]
As I embark on my Community Engagement Mission, I will need to rely on the expertise and friendship of many individuals and groups. Therefor
It is not a question of “will education as we know it change because of technology?” The answer of course is “absolutely, it already has! The indicators are everywhere, the fact that CoETaIL even exists is a testament to how rapidly education i
In September of this year I was invited to present at the AppsEvents European Summit regarding Google Sites. In fact, I had two presentations: The Basics of Google Sites which I presented with my colleague Jags Myanger and Advanced Google Sites w
To demonstrate my understanding of the principles of Presentation Zen and how they apply to content I have created; I have chosen the rebuild of my Middle School Girls Soccer website. I am the Head Coach of this team and use this site as the prim
Resurfacing. End of school, start of school with a glorious summer bridging the gap. Time off to think a little more holistically. A bird's eye view. Oh thank goodness. Just like so many projects that I start, even with the best of intentions and