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Getting Started with Digital Portfolios using OneNote
March 24 at 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDTFree Funded by Microsoft Canada
Kindergarten, Grade 1 & Grade 2 Educators
Digital Portfolios are a great way to support student learning and reflection. Not only do they allow the student to play an active part of the assessment of their learning, Portfolios support process-based learning and teaching for mastery, all while gathering (or triangulating) evidence.
OneNote allows you and your students to easily create a digital space to document each student’s learning. OneNote provides you with the most flexibility with three ways to organize your class’s portfolios. Whether you’re adding in student work or your students, OneNote is your one-stop shop for your Digital Portfolios.
In this hands-on workshop, we’ll be covering:
How Digital Portfolios support student learning
Three ways to organize your Digital Portfolios
How to document learning and reflection inside OneNote
Sharing permissions inside OneNote
How to curate the Digital Portfolio yourself, or with your students
Frequently Asked Questions
You bet! Register below and receive the replay of the workshop on March 25th.
Yes – we know that some educators have access to OneNote, while their students do not. That’s OK! We will share how to create digital portfolios either with or without student input. OneNote will allow you to create a portfolio easily for each student to provide evidence, track learning and/or prepare for Parent-Teacher interviews!
This workshop is for educators only – please do not share this workshop link with your students. We will share tips and tricks during this workshop on how you can teach your students to easily use OneNote to add their own learning to the portfolio.
Yup – this workshop is all about OneNote. Microsoft Teams is not a required tool for this workshop.