Letting students curate and display the work they are proudest of has been important to teachers for decades. From the wall display, to course portfolios to book sharing
Letting students curate and display the work they are proudest of has been important to teachers for decades. From the wall display, to course portfolios to book sharing – we’ve always needed a way to display work. With digital work coming to the fore, digital portfolios (or ‘eportfolios’) are becoming more and more popular. This course will show you how to make use of Google Sites to support student-owned Digital Portfolios, enabling them to curate their achievements both in school and outside of their school life. Looking at using the portfolios as a space for pupils to purposefully reflect on their learning within different pieces of work.
This webinar is in English
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What Will I Learn?
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Who Should Take This Course?
– School leaders
– Teacher of any subject / key stage
Gavin O'LoughlinGavin is a Year 1 teacher and DCF lead in a north Wales primary. He has been teaching for 14 years, teaching in both the Foundation Phase and KS2 as well as in a special school. Gavin's digital journey began 4 years ago when undertaking the DCF lead role, and since then has developed his knowledge of digital tools to enhance his teaching and support the staff in his school. Gavin regularly creates video how to guides for his own collegues and teachers in other schools.Twitter: @gavindenbigh