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Slides for the “Our Portfolios, Ourselves” workshop I’m leading at @Teach21c today

Below is a GooglePresentation of some of my talking points for today’s Our Portfolios, Ourselves at Teach21. Here’s the description for the workshop:

Curation is a 21st Century skill, so let’s show how to gather archival evidence of your professional endeavors and classroom projects in a digital portfolio. You’ll learn tips to get started: What to gather? Where to put it? How much will this cost? How to organize it? What settings to use? How to link or embed artifacts? How to connect with others?

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Slides for the “Our Portfolios, Ourselves” workshop I’m leading at @Teach21c today

Below is a GooglePresentation of some of my talking points for this morning’s Our Portfolios, Ourselves at Teach21. Here’s the description for the workshop:

Curation is a 21st Century skill, so let’s show how to gather archival evidence of your professional endeavors and classroom projects in a digital portfolio. You’ll learn tips to get started: What to gather? Where to put it? How much will this cost? How to organize it? What settings to use? How to link or embed artifacts? How to connect with others?

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5th graders are updating their #GoogleSites digital portfolios in preparation for parent conferences

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All students in grades 3-8 at The School at Columbia University are keeping a personal digital portfolio created with GoogleSites. I wrote an earlier post here about how we are using a really simple Announcements template to organize their New Posts.

Today, I worked with 5th graders in Dena Rothstein‘s class to gather some of their work and archive it digitally. We talked about labeling their posts with the subject so that they align alphabetically and clustered by subject in the sidebar. Kids wrote about their Spanish calacas, Spanish altars, Math locker problem, Math Handshake problem, and more.

Kids either took pictures using PhotoBooth on their MacBooks or with an external point-and-shoot camera. Dena provided them with a short list of writing prompts: Describe the process, Describe any challenges, Describe what you makes you proud…

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