From primary to graduate school, ePortfolios are becoming powerful tools of encouraging student reflection in the classroom. When done on blogs, they are sometimes called bPortfolios.
What’s On This Page?
- Setting Up Criteria
- How Often and What Do Students Share?
- Showing Off ePorfolios
- Assessments and Rubrics
- ePortfolio Examples
- Related Resources
- Add to this page!
Setting Up Criteria
How Often and What Do Students Share?
Showing Off ePortfolios
-Student Lead Conference
Assessments and Rubrics
Rubrics are best when they are detailed and clearly show what is expected of students. Try and provide students with copies of the rubric as early on in the process as possible and have them self and peer-assess using the rubrics periodically.
Here are a few examples of ePortfolio Rubrics that can be adopted to meet your needs:
Video: Reflective Assessment Workshop Session 3 – Using Blogs (bPortfolios) to Integrate Reflective Learning into Instruction – May 7, 2010
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