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Creating an e-portfolio using kidblog
Transcript of Creating an e-portfolio using kidblog
What is an E-Portfolio
"An electronic portfolio, also known as an e-portfolio or digital portfolio, is a collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on the web, Such electronic evidence may include inputted text, electronic files, images, multimedia, blog entries, and hyperlinks." (Wikipedia)
How to Create a Kidblog
Ms. Cassidy's Classroom Blog: http://mscassidysclass.edublogs.org/
Sample Portfolios: http://seuss.wcs.sad40.k12.me.us/ep/samples/toc.htm
Miss D's Class: http://kidblog.org/MissDsClass2/
Choose a Platform
Benefits of an E-Portfolio
keep a record of work in one place
can include different forms of student work
show achievements (students and teachers)
shows best work and allows for creativity
use through the year and through school career
allows for reflection on work
connect with parents
Kidblog:easy, simple, safe and free: Website size 500MB, individual upload size is 9 MB
Other Popular platforms:
-Edublog- free for teachers, students $8 per month or40 per year
-Weebly- free,$4,$8 per month
-Ning-$25,$49,$99 per month
-Moodle- free, donations
Kidblog makes it easy to publish rich multimedia content. Seamlessly embed slideshows, videos, podcasts, artwork, Google Docs, and your favorite Web 2.0 tools like Storybird, Animoto, Glogster, etc. All in a single, secure e-portfolio that you’ll be proud to show parents and colleagues. (Kidblog)
In the Classroom
- Collect Evidence (standards)
- Student choices
- Student Responses (entry and overall)
-may want to provide prompts
- Reach out to Parents (guest accounts)
- Use Teacher's Blog for classroom announcements
-Different content for class vs. career
After the School Year
-Kidblog can be used as career e-portfolios.
-Teachers have 3 options- delete, freeze, or use class code
-Career e-portfolios may be better with students personal blogs not directly connected to a class.
"An ePortfolio (electronic portfolio) is designed as a digital archive of student's learning and academic growth over a period of time. The ePortfolio highlights achievements, skills, interests, and reflections. The ePortfolio will naturally tell a complete learning story of the student." (Corie Quattrocchi)