start.me Easy to use and keeps your favourite/most visited /used websites and bookmarks easily accessible. A very useful and helpful feature for me is that I can group these bookmarks according to category. I couldn't do without it now! This homepage is well organized and helps me put my favorites right at my fingertips. User friendly, easy to use, tons of options. Teacher Action Research on ePortfolio Implementation Last week, I was the external examiner on a Masters Thesis entitled, ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIOS: TOOLS FOR SUPPORTING THE TEACHER’S NEED FOR ASSESSMENT AND THE STUDENT’S NEED FOR DEEP LEARNING. I was given permission to post his final thesis. "The intent of this study was to examine how qualitative assessment in the form of electronic portfolios could be conducted to engage students in their learning." This action research focused on a small (N=12) group of mostly First Nations students in northern British Columbia, and was conducted by their teacher in his grade 11/12 Comparative Civilizations course over the 2009-2010 school year.
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Blank A portfolio is a collection of work that has undergone a process of selection, reflection, and revision. I believe these 3 key components are critical when thinking about portfolios, especially writing portfolios. Over the last 2 decades there has been a push to use portfolios to assess student writing. All across the country one can find schools and school systems creating their own portfolio initiative. More recently, especially in the collegiate world there has been a push for students to create electronic portfolios using Web2.0 technology. I think that the e-portfolio makes sense.
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