Digital Portfolios. Dr. David Meoli Sousa Elementary School Port Washington UFSD [email protected] Digital Portfolios. We can use technology to create a richer picture of a student’s abilities that go beyond numbers (quantitative data)
We can use technology to create a richer picture of a student’s abilities that go beyond numbers (quantitative data)
A portfolio can contain a set of qualitative data that demonstrates:
student growth over time AND
What did you accomplish in school?
Empire State Partnership
(grant from NYSCA:
New York State Council of the Arts)
Interdisciplinary grant combining art and science
Use digital portfolios to document our students’ individuality and growth over time
What are the goals?
What does it look like when the children have learned those goals?
How well have they done in accomplishing those goals?
A sample portfolio page from a first grade student, Alexis.
Here is another student after the first round
(and after the second – shown on the next page)
Working on rubrics in both art and science to assess student work
Here is a page from a first grade book that students made after their science unit that includes short examples of reflective student writing