Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Students Connecting Globally Through ePortfolios


Neidlinger's 7th & 8th grade students present ePortfolios to the school board.  


 All student ePortfolios are located on the 'Student Sample' page.  The ePortfolios listed below, were presented during the school board meeting on May 5.

Front Row:

Katy S.- 7th
Samantha Z.- 7th

Samantha P.- 8th
Olyvia C.- 7th

Katilyn R.- 7th



This website has been designed as a template to be used by the classroom teacher and/or students.  Student samples, ePortfolio tutorials, and individual ePortfolio page templates have been provided.  Additionally, gadget directions have been included on the right-hand column of this website.  

Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this ePortfolio template.

Contact Information:
Paula Neidlinger Lincoln Jr. High- Plymouth 7th & 8th grade language arts teacher
Email:  pneidlinger@plymouth.k12.in.us
Class Website- Neidlinger LA 7 & 8- Globally Connected:   Blog- Literacy ShopTalk:  
 
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Watch the video below. It is a great reminder of how amazing kids can be! 

Students, must be encouraged to create accounts of their lives from different perspectives, different points of view, and to elicit and listen to the responses of peers.


Sunday, August 11, 2013

Blog as Portfolio

Rethinking the Student ePortfolio
Building Communication and Collaboration Among Students

ICE CONFERENCE
October 11, 2013
Indianapolis, In

Contact Information:
Paula Neidlinger Lincoln Jr. High- Plymouth
7th grade language arts teacher
Email:  pneidlinger@plymouth.k12.in.us
Class Website- Neidlinger LA 7 & 8- Globally Connected:  
Blog- Literacy ShopTalk

Will this be your first attempt at creating a digital ePortfolio?
CLICK HERE TO VOTE





 LET'S MEET
* TODAY'S MEET- ?  CLICK HERE
 

Students begin to learn from each other as they make connections, ask questions, and draw conclusions while blogging and reflecting.  As students communicate in the blog, they question and challenge each others' thinking, leading to deeper and more meaningful interaction, and begin reflecting on their own learning.

Blog as Portfolio-  
*  Emphasis on literacy
*  The opportunity to write
*  Promote continuous learning and discussion
*  Learning center for communication
*  Promote and model digital citizenship

** It is not a place to post homework


Watch the video below. It is a great reminder of how amazing kids can be! 

Students, must be encouraged to create accounts of their lives from different perspectives, different points of view, and to elicit and listen to the responses of peers.


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