Brenda Martin and Ryanne Van Sciver
After attending a technology conference last year our Keynote speaker, Bud Hunt, inspired us to teach our students about the importance of developing a digital footprint. We have done lots of research on developing digital portfolios and wanted to share some of these great sites with you! Click on the icons below to read some articles on developing digital portfolios.
There are so many great FREE sites available to help students develop their digital footprint. Check on the links below to begin exploring the use of these tools as a student portfolio.
Wikispaces is a simple, editable, webpage that requires no knowledge of HTML. It's a great way to house projects for students.
Livebinder is an amazing tool made for electronic portfolios. Check it out!!
Blogging sites like Google Blogger is another simple tool for students to upload projects and reflect on their learning. Students need a gmail address in order to use this tool.