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How to Create Student Digital Portfolios Using Evernote

How to Create Student Digital Portfolios Using Evernote
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Mike Schmoker - School and District Improvement, Assessment, Curriculum and Staff Development Flipteaching LinguaFolio training modules - LinguaFolio by Faye Rollings-Carter · provided by NCDPI in collaboration with NCSSFL LinguaFolio is a formative assessment tool that helps learners: Assess their language competencies Document their intercultural activities Become reflective and autonomous in their language learning Learners may be coming from a number of environments and programs including dual language, immersion, English as a Second Language, heritage language, and world language. In these training modules you will learn to use LinguaFolio to make language learning more transparent and help learners develop their capacity for reflection and self-assessment — gradually enabling them to assume more and more responsibility for their own learning. Get started: Table of Contents

ActiveGrade - An Online Gradebook for Standards Based Grading and Competency Based Grading Web 2 Tools by Task Avators: Build your Wild Self - create a self portrait and learn about the animal parts incorporated into your avatar. Mikons - where people communicate through visual symbols, logos, icons, or avatars to tell a story is a web application that produces animated characters to which you can add your voice (or anybody else’s). Blogging / Bookmarking Tools: 43Things - share your list of 43 life goals/priorities Corkboard - create an online corkboard to collect images, text, video or even music Delicious is a social book-marking site which allows you to access your book-marks from any computer. Diigo allows you to access and share your bookmarks from anywhere. Digg - social bookmarking Ecto - blog management tool which allows for features driven offline blog prep Edmodo is a micro-blogging service (like Twitter) for teachers and students. Edutopia - Empowering and connecting teachers, administrators, and parents with innovative solutions and resources to better education. Comic and Animation:

Language Dossier - LinguaFolio This page has comments. Move your mouse over the or marked image. <p><strong>Please enable javascript to view comments in this manner.</strong> If your browser will not permit you to enable javascript, you can click the highlighted text to view the comment. The Language Dossier is a collection of work samples and certificates chosen by the language learner to document and illustrate language skills, experiences, and achievements. The shows evidence of language growth and progress year-by-year. It is important to include a table of contents listing the type of work, a description of the work, and the date work was completed. In this video, teachers talk about what their students have included in the Dossier. NC DPI LinguaFolio Dossier materials LinguaFolio Dossier materials can be found at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction website. Next: Language Passport

Help Manual Overview In this section you will get a basic overview to the main pages and functions of ActiveGrade Account Settings In this section you will learn how to change your account settings. Configuring Your Gradebook In this section, you will learn how to set-up your gradebook with all your students and standards. Recording, Analyzing, and Reporting Grades Once your gradebook is configured, you are ready to begin entering assessment scores and generating reports. Parents, Students, and Advisors In this section you will learn about the student/parent/advisor login.

8 Educational Apps To Create Digital Portfolios by Jennifer Rita Nichols, TeachThought Intern Digital portfolios are becoming increasingly popular in classrooms across North America. School administration, teachers, parents, and students are all recognizing the benefits of this amazing tool. Digital portfolios have the ability to impact education and student learning in ways that we simply have not been able to do before technology evolved to the level it is at today. Many educators are eager and willing to incorporate digital portfolios into their curriculum. 1. Platform: iOS Price: $1.99 This app is very easy to use for both teachers and students. Easy Portfolios allows the user to share items in the portfolio via email or upload to a Dropbox account. 2. Platform: Android and iOS Price: Free Evernote has become a very popular app to use for digital portfolios in classrooms. 3. Platform: iOs Price:Free VoiceThread is yet another app that has become very popular for use in classrooms as a digital portfolio tool. 4. Platform: iOS 5. 6. 7. 8.

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