Archive for the ‘portfolios’ Category


A digital portfolio is a collection of artifacts of learning that demonstrates growth, acquisition of skills or knowledge, and student creativity over time. As a mother, I knew I wanted to save these items so we could enjoy the memories, but as a teacher I was thrilled to discover the pride and joy my daughter felt as she reflected on her learning experiences. I realized that a digital portfolio could be more than simply a collection of things—it could be a vehicle for reflection and an opportunity for creating a sense of pride in students.

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Assessment With Portfolio

Posted: 28/09/2017 by broadyesl in e-portfolio, portfolios, Uncategorized

Read more in A Beginner’s Guide To Student Portfolios at

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Free Technology for Teachers


Many teachers struggle to find innovative and motivating ways to assess student mastery.  Here are “5 Ways for Students to Showcase Their Best Work”.

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Free Technology for Teachers

The following platforms are introduced:
Page O Rama

More cool tools for educational use.  It is great to stay on top of things in digital developments. Go here to read up on 5 of them.  I did not know them before…

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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning