3 crucial elements for implementing digital portfolios

06/29/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

The success of digital portfolios for assessing student progress is largely reliant on whether the educators view it as integral to teaching and learning -- rather than a technology project, says author and consultant David Niguidula, who spoke at this week's ISTE conference. To maximize the benefits, educators should ensure students understand what they are expected to learn, be able to describe what they've learned, and be able to create digital work with audiences outside of school in mind, he suggests.

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