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Use Blog Posts to Create Student Portfolios that Document Learning and Show Growth

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What do you do with all of the work your students produce in class? Would you like to have a place to show growth or creativity that occurred during a school year in classes such as English, Art, Business, Career, Technology, Science, and more? Join Kim Munoz as she shows how you and your students can use a free blogging tool to upload images of their work. In addition to providing students a writing space to reflect on their learning process, it also gives them something tangible to share with future employers or colleges to help attain employment or scholarships. Come discover how to use WordPress blogs and incorporate them into your classroom so that your students have a "space" to collect, share, and reflect upon their work.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blogging, Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: blogging, blogs, digital portfolios, document learning, eportfolios, self reflection, show growth, student porfolios, student projects, WordPress

Reviews (11)

interesting not sure if i am ready yet
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interesting video
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Great ideas
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Great Presentation.
I enjoyed it.
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Excellent presentation.
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I enjoyed learning how to start a Wordpress blog. Based on the webinar topic, I was expecting to see more examples of blogs serving as student portfolios, but I enjoyed hearing the ideas expressed. Enjoyed it.
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to the point
Growth and creativity is what it is all about. Thank you.
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