Prove Your PD with an ePortfolio

11/27/2011 12:00:00 AM
An ePortfolio is a centralized repository for projects and documents that can provide evidence of learning and is a great point of personal reference. This can be for your professional development, or for your students to show what they’ve learned. ePortfolios can also allow access to specific individuals to review and comment on uploaded resources—making it a great tool for professional development or a classroom project. If you don’t already have one, you can use it to:
  • Create a repository of lessons for future use
  • Upload professional development reading for review
  • Store important documents
Check out this tutorial series from Atomic Learning that will help you organize your PD resources.
 
PD Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning

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