Pennsylvania Convention Center, 109AB
Snapshots are a pairing of two 20 minute presentations followed by a 5 minute Q & A.
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As we come out of a pandemic, it is essential to provide students with alternative means to grades and standardized testing to demonstrate learning and growth. Digital portfolios provide the means for students to showcase their growth and achievements in ways that a report card simply cannot . Additionally, as so many states are now requiring capstone or vision of the graduate portfolios, it is necessary to devise an instructional framework, template and action plan to create pathways to bild the necessary digital skills and knowledge from grade to grade to graduation to curate and reflect in a multimedia format which can be personalized and published.
What are digital portfolio and why do we need them? 5 minutes
(we will be using a backchannel of Padlet or Jamboard to promote and share ideas)
What is the best tools to create, curate and publish student portfolios 15 minutes
(Introduction to Book Creator with support from Drive, Canva and Flip)
Sample templates based on ISTE Standards, Vision of the Graduate, Capstone
Process - how to build the framework of collection, reflection, curation, creation 10 minutes
Importance of peer feedback and teacher feedback 5 minutes
How to publish and host a showcase or student led conference 5 minutes
Q & A 5 minutes
Blanchard, K. Projected to Succeed: What High School Graduates Take with Them From Senior Project. Northeastern University. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2018. 10785253.
Doukas, K. (2021). School graduation finals are “dead” - long live the student’s e-portfolio. International Journal of Science and Technology Education Research, 12(2), 8-14.
Fine, M., Pryiomka, K.. (2020). Assessing College Readiness through Authentic Student Work: How the City University of New York and the New York Performance Standards Consortium Are Collaborating toward Equity. Learning Policy Institute
Guha, R, Wagner, T. and Darling-Hammond, L. (2018). The Promise of Performance Assessments: Innovations in High School Learning and Higher Education Admissions. 2018 - vtechworks.lib.vt.edu
Kohler, J., Van Zile-Tamsen, C. (2020) Metacognitive Matters: Assessing the High-Impact Practice of a General Education Capstone ePortfolio. International Journal of ePortfolio, v10 n1 p33-43
Larson, R., Sibdari, S. (2020). From Rote to Wrote: College Admission via Secure ePortfolios. Creative Education. Vol.11 No.9
Morreale, C. Van Zile-Tamsen, C. Emerson, C. Herzog, M. (2017). Thinking Skills by Design: Using a Capstone ePortfolio to Promote Reflection, Critical Thinking, and Curriculum Integration. International Journal of ePortfolio, v7 n1 p13-28
Vogds, Brenda. The Journey of the Kettle Moraine School District to Personalized, Competency-Based Education. Cardinal Stritch University, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing
AI in Education: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
Coaching Your Way: How to Implement a One-to-One Coaching Program
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