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Create Student ePortfolios with Google Sites

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Today's students typically create a variety of digital papers, projects, and other products of learning. And the way in which we as teachers collect and evaluate students' evidence of learning needs to look differently than it did even a few years ago. Join Dr. Jayme Linton as she shares how digital student portfolios provide a great way for students to show teachers, classmates, and family members evidence of the progress they're making toward learning targets. During this webinar, Jayme will look at a free web tool that is a great fit for creating and maintaining digital student portfolios: Google Sites. Using Google Sites, students can create digital portfolios that can be shared with and commented on by teachers, classmates, parents, and others, including the students themselves. Come discover how you can use Google Sites as a tool for creating digital student portfolios.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 0 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Google Basics, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: assignments, Digital edia, ePortfolios, evaluate learning, Google Sites, projects, resume, Tools for Student Projects, track progress

Reviews (29)

Full Member
Full Member
Great for an introduction to Digital Portfolios and I love the artifact slide.
Full Member
Much was new to me and delivered very well. Thank you!
Nice work
Basic Member
Good starter info
Using Google Sites as digital portfolios begins at about 16:00. Prior to that, basic portfolio and digital portfolio information is provided. Examples of student work or more teacher modeling would have been helpful. Overall, good but basic info.
Full Member
I think this was excellent it allows students to create a catalog of sorts of what they have accomplished in google sites.
Full Member
Fantastic information. I am a special education teacher and I want to use e portfolios to back up documentation of IEP goal progress. I think that these will be powerful in meetings with parents. It can also help students learn to track their learning.
Full Member
Thank you for the great information!
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