Student portfolios are a way of having students compile work and learning into a reference to share with parents, teachers and each other. Online portfolios are a way doing all of that, plus allowing students to e-mail their portfolio to family and friends, or even a teacher at a new school if a student happens to be transferring.
This packet includes everything you need to create student created online portfolios with your class, using either LiveBinders or Weebly - both free websites. It includes three levels of planning sheets - beginner, intermediate and advanced. These planning sheets help to guide your students through the process of building their online portfolio. It also includes step by step tutorial sheets for both LiveBinders and Weebly that can be printed for students and a two page technology tip guide for teachers, that was created based on my experience of creating online portfolios with grades 1 - 4.
Portfolios can be added to every year, so that they become a growing picture of student growth. Portfolios can be “presented” to parents and teachers, and can become an integral part of the student led conference.
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My students add links to their student created tutorial videos
, online book reports
and technology projects
in their online portfolios. Stop by my blog – Raki’s Rad Resources
to see how my students’ portfolios turned out.
This resource can also be found inside my Technology Integration Kit
, which includes:
Technology Assessment: K-5 (PPT)
Technology Terminology Word Wall Cards (PDF)
Integration Projects for Writing: K-5 Matrix (PDF)
Integration Projects for Math: K-5 Matrix (PDF)
Online Portfolio Planning Sheet (PDF)
Tutorial Videos Planning Sheet (PDF)
Internet Safety Training for Adults (PPT)
Internet Safety Lesson for Kids (PPT)
Internet Research Lesson (PPT)
Websites for the Elementary Classroom (PDF)
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