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Creating a Digital Portfolio
Creating a digital portfolio is a fun and interactive way to engage students in the learning process. Not only does it allow them to showcase their work, but it also helps them develop important skills such as organization, communication, and digital literacy. In this project, students will create a digital portfolio that showcases their learning throughout the semester.
- Students will be able to organize and present their work in a digital format.
- Students will develop digital literacy skills by using various tools and platforms to create their portfolio.
- Students will be able to communicate their learning effectively through written reflections and multimedia presentations.
Students will be given a list of tools and platforms to choose from to create their digital portfolio. They will be encouraged to use a variety of media, including text, images, audio, and video, to showcase their work. Throughout the semester, students will be given time in class to work on their portfolios and will receive feedback from their peers and the teacher.
- Access to computers or tablets
- Various digital tools and platforms (e.g. Google Sites, Weebly, Wix, WordPress, etc.)
- Rubric for assessing the portfolios
- Introduce the project to the students and explain the learning outcomes.
- Provide a list of tools and platforms for students to choose from.
- Give students time in class to work on their portfolios and provide feedback as needed.
- Set a deadline for the completion of the portfolios.
- Assess the portfolios using the rubric provided.
- Brainstorming and planning the portfolio
- Creating and organizing content for the portfolio
- Reflecting on the learning process and writing a reflection
- Presenting the portfolio to the class
This project complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) by ensuring that student work is only shared with the teacher and their peers. It also complies with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) by ensuring that students are using age-appropriate digital tools and platforms.