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Glenn Hervieux

Uses for Seesaw in the 1st Grade Classroom - 30 views

    "Uses for Seesaw in the 1st Grade Classroom" Here are some of our favorite ways one teacher used Seesaw in her classroom this year. Examples displayed on a Padlet wall.
Deborah Baillesderr - 8 views

    "Portfolio & Project Publishing for K-12"
Glenn Hervieux

11 Essentials for Excellent ePortfolios | Edutopia - 1 views

    Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) provides great points to consider if you're looking at moving toward digital portfolios.
Diego J. Vigueras Gonzalez

MOSEP - More self esteem with my ePortfolio - 15 views

    Programa subvencionado por la Unión Europea (austríaco)
Roland Gesthuizen

Evernote Blog | How to Create a Portfolio with Evernote (Education Series) - 68 views

    "I started teaching 15 years ago and that is when I first came across this concept of a 'portfolio.' A portfolio is a storehouse for projects, writing pieces, art, and performances. It can be used by students, teachers, and parents to document what they're doing (either day-to-day things or through their best work or improvements they've made). I see portfolios as a way to hold onto and think about what you're doing."
Donal O' Mahony

An ePortfolio idea from Scotland - 90 views

    We are beginning to dip our toes in the water in Ireland where e/digital Portfolios are concerned. This is a blog post I wrote on a poster from Scotland on ePortfolios. Scroll down and look at the individual elements of a portfolio - excellent!
Gwen Eden

Debbie Blair TIE 2012 - 53 views

    ePortfolios via Google Sites
    Wow Gwen. Thanks for posting the info from my TIE session. I hope you find it helpful!
Scott Kinkoph

technology4kids [licensed for non-commercial use only] / globalprojects - 4 views

    Shell Terell website
Jørgen Mortensen

Kids Learning Skills and Being Awesome. - DIY - 88 views

    I love this site. This site provides a safe online space for children to upload their art, craft and design creations to share with the whole world. For teachers, it is a great place to find inspiration for your own class projects.
    The DIY online club awards badges (called 'Skills' on the site) to students and kids of all ages in exchange for completing tasks. DIY Makers share their work with the community and get patches for the Skills they earn. Each Skill consists of a set of Challenges that help them learn techniques to get the hang of it. Once a Maker completes a Challenge, they add photos and video to their Portfolio to show what they did.
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