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ISTE NETS e-Portfolio Templates - 19 views

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    These templates are provided as a starting point for developing an electronic portfolio to demonstrate each of these sets of standards. Be creative! Apply your own graphics and backgrounds. National Educational Technology Standards Electronic Portfolio Templates for Teachers, Administrators, Students in Word, html, Excel, and PPT
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Home (GoogleApps ePortfolios) - 0 views

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    This Google Site has been set up by Dr. Helen Barrett to focus on the use of Google Apps to create ePortfolios. On this site, there are instructions on how to use the different elements of Google Apps to maintain e-portfolios.\n\nThere is also a Google Group on developing electronic portfolios in K-12 using Google Apps:\n* Group name: Using Google Apps for ePortfolios in K-12 Education\n* Group home page: http://groups.google.com/group/k12eportfolios\n* Group email address k12eportfolios@googlegroups.com\nI am hoping that other K-12 educators can join the group, and share their experiences developing ePortfolios with these free online tools. I recommend that if schools decide to use GoogleApps, they establish their own Google Apps for Education site, with their own domain name, as a quasi "walled garden" where student work can only be viewed by someone with an account within that domain.
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ePEARL - 0 views

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    ePEARL is a free, bilingual, web-based electronic portfolio software. Based on sound research evidence, coupled with feedback from the field, ePEARL has been designed to encourage self-regulation in learners within student-centred curricula
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Add a Customized Twitter Widget to your Blogger Blog - 0 views

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    Twitter has become one of the most useful social applications for bloggers. Many bloggers choose to feature their latest updates in a widget visible in their blogs." I see this as an opportunity to 'microblog' short thoughts and have them posted to a blog or e-portfolio. Later, they might be developed into full posts when the author has time to reflect. Twitter is great for sharing short bursts of ideas (140 characters or less). I think it helps make expression of ideas more concise with that limitation.
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