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Electronic ILPs

Tip: Individual learning plans (ILP)s) can be online or paper-based. However, evidence of meeting the teacher's goals needs to be in digital form as an electronic portfolio which can include: Examples of completed projects. Evidence of understanding how to use different technology Samples of student work
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Individual learning plans (ILP)s) can be online or paper-based. However, evidence of meeting the teacher's goals needs to be in digital form as an electronic portfolio which can include:

  • Examples of completed projects.
  • Evidence of understanding how to use different technology
  • Samples of student work
  • Reflections on what they learned, what worked, and what did not work

Any demonstration or performance that shows understanding may be expected from all teachers. Having all evidence in a digital form such as a CD or web page makes everything accessible to an administrator or possible employer.

Submitted by:Barbara Bray

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