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Digital Portfolios

by The Haverford Ningbats
by

Karen Suter

on 18 June 2010

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Transcript of Digital Portfolios

Digital Portfolios Why? How? Who? Feedback For learning (teacher and student)
For assessment
For reflection
For sharing Start with pilot group
Collect sample portfolios
Interview teachers and students What? JK
5th
6th
9th
12th Beyond the Stuff Conferencing between teacher and student
Conversations among peers
Sharing with parents Parents
Faculty Next Steps Further reading
Plan for each grade level
Evaluate progress (what skills have students mastered through this process)
Scaling Reflection Student work selected intentionally by student
Student work selected collaboratively by teacher and student
Work for a single subject or across disciplines Videos
Documents
Artwork
Podcasts
Voice Threads Class portfolio created by teacher for use by students Teacher-student communication "I liked to share the work with my students,
because the emphasis was on process rather than just getting the product done." "The boys keep asking me if I have seen their work. They are very proud of what they have done and it has opened conversations." "It was a good way for me to learn more about my advisees." "Many parents liked seeing what their sons were up to and a couple asked about creating a Google account so their son could share files with them." "(On conference day) Some parents had already seen [the portfolios]- their sons had shown them." Portfolios as archives http://www.screencast.com/t/M2FjNzk4Nj
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