Implemented in Education. By: Lauren Bilenky, Brittiany Bolden, Bryan Trumbo and Jennifer Weber ISTC 201.013. Thesis: E-Folios Should be Implemented in Education Because of the:. Applications to and uses in education Benefits for students in school and their future careers
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By: Lauren Bilenky, Brittiany Bolden, Bryan Trumbo and Jennifer Weber
3. Reasons why they use e-folios
4. How to implement this technology in the classroom
5. Which type of teaching e-folio to use
- Children take pride
- Feelings of ownership
- Rise in Self Esteem
- Learn from Peers through Group work
Teachers of all grades and all schools must:
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