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Dianne Krause

importance of eportfolios for today's students & job seekers | Emerging Education Techn... - 1 views

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    ePortfolios are still a key component to getting into the schools you want and getting hired for the jobs you desire. In fact, it's safe to say that they matter just as much now as they ever did, if not more. The reason we've stopped seeing as many articles about ePortfolios is because they've approached standard practice in the education and employment fields. It's taken for granted that today's students will know how to create one by the time they complete their college degrees and seek new employment opportunities, if they didn't already create one as they prepared to apply to colleges.
Dianne Krause

Creating an Online Community Through Electronic Portfolios - ReadWriteThink - 4 views

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    In this series of lessons, students learn the purpose of an electronic portfolio; use Google Blogger to create such a portfolio of their best work, including multimedia extensions as desired; and respond to each other's work online using the Comments feature of the blogs. Teachers create a basic class website from which to link to each blog. This fosters an online community in which students can easily move from blog to blog to view and respond to each other's content.
Dianne Krause

ISTE NETS e-Portfolio Templates - 1 views

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    "National Educational Technology Standards Electronic Portfolio Templates"
Dianne Krause

creatingeportfolios - home - 2 views

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    "This space has been created for educators who are considering creating an "electronic portfolio," to document their professional progress and practices. It will also be of use to teachers who are considering using e-Portfolios with students and want to learn more about them."
Dianne Krause

The Clever Sheep: 15 Efficient e-Portfolio Tools - 1 views

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    As more and more educators bring rich learning opportunities to their students, it makes sense for us to engage students in the creation of electronic portfolios of their work. Although there are a number of 'pay-for-service' sites and content management systems that are up to the task, there are also a number of free and low cost alternatives that can be leveraged by teachers and students in order to demonstrate their personal and professional competencies.
Dianne Krause

Home - mahara.org - 0 views

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    Mahara is an open source e-portfolio system with a flexible display framework. Mahara, meaning 'think' or 'thought' in Te Reo Māori, is user centred environment with a permissions framework that enables different views of an e-portfolio to be easily managed. Mahara also features a weblog, resume builder and social networking system, connecting users and creating online learner communities.
Dianne Krause

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.
Dianne Krause

Pupil Pages - Online Solutions for Educators - 0 views

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    Pupil Pages allows your child/student to create and maintain an online portfolio of his/her work.
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