Getting Started with Digital Portfolios By Carolyn O. Burelson.

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  • Getting Started withDigital PortfoliosByCarolyn O. Burelson

  • Do you find yourselfScattered in too many directions? Bogged down with paper work?

  • Do you even know where you are or where you are heading?Take stock of your current abilities.Plan your own learning direction.

  • A wired school allows us to

    Collaborate and share the load.

  • A Digital Portfolio is a viable means ofOrganizing and storing information about yourself Assessing your own competenciesDemonstrating your knowledgeSharing your knowledge

  • Your Portfolio will help youSet a learning goal (Where would you like to be a year from now?)Keep track of your progressStay on target

  • Legal & Ethical IssuesDistrict Acceptable Use Policy (signed)District Software Licensing Policy (signed)

    Formatted Disk (with saved files organized in folders)Portfolio will address/include

  • Portfolio will address/includeProficiency AssessmentCTAP Technology Certification Standards (for sign-off by trainers)Copy of Pre-Assessment resultsYOUR Individual learning plan

  • Portfolio will address/includeWord Processing Course OutlineLetter to ParentsStandards-based lesson plan that includes a student project as a culminating task.Desktop Publishing Class rules posterbannerTeacher-made template for student project

  • Portfolio will address/include

    Tables, Charts, Graphs, Data analysis Student records (Electronic Gradebook)Standards-based lesson incorporating spreadsheet applicationDatabase Classroom equipment inventoryStandards-based lesson incorporating database application

  • Portfolio will address/includeMultimedia Slide presentation of a lesson Teacher-made template for student presentationCommunications Copy of message from an educational listserv addressed to the teacherTeacher's reply post

  • Portfolio will address/includeInternet Standards-based lessons incorporating Internet resourcesGiving Back Web page for sharing technology integration lessons

  • Your choiceStay Bogged down with papers.Save, access and share your work electronically.

  • Bottom LineThe more teachers know and are able to do;the more we are able to grasp a vision of a new direction;the more we are able to prepare our students for the future.

  • A future where The Universe is the playing field, andCooperation is the key rule of the game.

  • Presented by

    Dr. Carolyn O. Burlesoncburleso@lausd.k12.ca.us

    Technology CoordinatorLincoln High SchoolLAUSDLearn how to create your Digital Portfolio

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