Digital portfolios allow educators, students and parents at a Wisconsin elementary school to document student progress, create shared learning goals and serve as a form of student assessments, writes principal Matt Renwick. In this article adapted from his book on digital portfolios, Renwick describes how his school incorporates these tools, and the technology used, into daily teaching practice.
How one Wis. school uses digital portfolios to enhance student learning
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