Thanks to middle school teacher Jennifer Leung for creating this awesome step-by-step presentation for students on their digital portfolio. There is an embedded Google Presentation and a YouTube video! Mrs. Leung is working on designing flipped class lessons as well as learning how to create screencasts and created these as an example of her learning … Continue reading Digital Portfolios: Getting Started
Blogging allows students and teachers to reflect on what they are learning, and how that knowledge applies to their “real” world. Â After all, what we really KNOW is useful to our lives, if knowledge isn’t useful, aside from Trivial Pursuit (LOL), then why do we need to learn it? Â But when we truly understand what … Continue reading Hello world!
Heather SalemmeÂ Â Â UDL assignment #1Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 8/10/2015 What is the most important guideline, in your opinion? Which guidelines would be the most difficult for you to implement and why? In considering the UDL guidelines, the goal of inspiring motivation to learn a given topic is the most important and also the most difficult to implement. As … Continue reading Reflecting on UDL guidelines
Today I introduced the ePortfolios to the class. They are playing around and setting up their pages, pictures etc and beginning to examine the work they have completed to date and select which examplars they will use to show they have learned the concept stated in the Learning Goals for this class! Â I have determined … Continue reading Starting ePortfolios