Challenge: Students participate in learning portfolios for data collection but do not have access to learning or growth.
-Participants will learn tools to collect data and information to create student-driven portfolios
-Participants will identify goal-setting techniques to use with students
-Participants will make connections to the creation of portfolios across all subject areas.
-Apple App- Keynote
-Apple App- Voice Memos
-Students tracking their own progress
-Students use goal-setting strategies for their portfolio
-Students adding their voice to products
-Students adding videos to their products
Success: Students have ownership over their progress, use goal setting to take ownership of growth, and have a portfolio from beginning to end of the year of learning across all subject areas.
Content and Activities: Teachers will see the virtual portfolios examples and then build a hands-on portfolio using Keynote to track their progress using a portfolio template. Participants will get a template from a Padlet. Teachers will reflect on how to use portfolios in multiple content areas.
Time: View example portfolios of student work and progress (10 mins), work in a template (20 min)
Process: Peer-to-peer interaction and device-based activities
The Student Portfolio: How to Use This Powerful Tool in Your Classroom: https://www.teachstarter.com/us/blog/tips-and-tricks-for-creating-a-student-portfolio-and-for-making-student-handover-easy-us/
The Use of Portfolio to Assess Student’s Performance: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED504219.pdf
Building Digital Portfolios: https://creativeeducator.tech4learning.com/v05/articles/Digital_Portfolios