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Barbara Barton

Organize your resources in an online binder - LiveBinders - 4 views

  • Collect your resources Organize them neatly and easily Present them with pride
    Great resource for organizing a "virtual" binder. Students can also use this to organize projects and other work for classes.
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    Our media specialist recommended this site. I have just started playing around with it and have been impressed with how well it will fit into my AP class where students are constantly working together on group assignments but cannot always meet afterschool. I'll keep you posted as I really start using it.
    Create your own online binder to hold multimedia and media-rich content, websites, electronic files all in an organized system that is ready to share at any time. Awesome tool for teachers and students.
    The Best Websites for Teaching and Learning honors websites, tools, and resources of exceptional value to inquiry-based teaching and learning as embodied in the American Association of School Librarians' Standards for the 21st-Century Learner.
Lynette Russell

Online Portfolio Tools - 7 views

    This site is a reference for teachers wanting to have students create and maintain portfolios of their work in an electronic environment. The site author, Helen Barrett, has compiled a variety of web links for different aspects of e-portfolio design, with the aim of allowing the user to create e-portfolios using free resources on the web.
    I love it when someone has already done a lot of work for me - and this site is a good example. There are lots of links to tutorials and tools to help educators work with students on e-portfolio creation.
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