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Closing the school year with an exit portfolio

Finding the best way to conclude a school year is a challenge, even in the best of times. How do you help ...

Must-have video tools for education

Has video become a more regular part of your teaching routine? Given the shift to learning at home, we expect most of ...

How to use video to give engaging student feedback

As we roll our desk chairs into the final weeks of the school year, we're really missing the opportunities to connect in ...

How to focus on SEL from home

With the shift to remote learning, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is more important than ever before. How do we create opportunities for SEL ...

Focusing on feedback over grades

Like standardized test scores, grades are intended to give us a simple, quantifiable, and comparable measurement of performance. But many educators (and ...

Five ways to capture growth in a remote learning setting

As we settle into our new, distanced realities, educators around the world are scrambling to piece together what we can do to ...

Frequently Asked Questions: Spaces & COVID-19

We're all going to get through this together. We understand that these are unprecedented and unpredictable times. That is why we want ...

How to use digital portfolios to promote metacognition in your classroom

Metacognition is another one of those buzzwords that is often thrown around by educators and administrators as a must-have in the classroom ...

How to craft writing skills through topics and media students love

when the students themselves are not connecting with the content. Having students create content about topics they love, however, can give them ...

Parents' and family guide to digital portfolios in the classroom

Digital portfolios are becoming an increasingly popular way for teachers to encourage capturing and documentation of learning, prompting meaningful reflection, and providing ...

How to implement digital portfolios: Tips from Madison City Schools

This is a follow-up article to our profile on Madison City Schools, where we interviewed the district’s technology lead Daniel Whitt on ...

Telling the whole story with digital portfolios: An interview with Instructional Technology Coordinator, Daniel Whitt

Daniel Whitt, instructional technology coordinator for Madison City Schools, is on a mission. Digital portfolios for every student. Whitt’s school district in ...

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