Over the next day or two, I’ll be publishing a post over at Education Week Teacher with advice on creating student digital portfolios (it’s now been published, and you can see it here).
I thought it would be useful to share a beginning list of resources here:
First, you might find these previous “Best” lists useful (I’ve just updated them):
I’ve previously posted several times about how much I love the Shadow Puppet app — there isn’t anything out there that’s an easier tool for creating a quick audio-narrated slideshow. It’s perfect for English Language Learners. Recently, the company behind Shadow Puppet has just released another new and free educational app that looks like it could be very useful. It’s called Seesaw, and basically lets students easily create digital portfolios that can be shared with teachers and parents. It’s free for teachers and students, and has a free and paid version for parents.
5 Free Tools For Making Digital Portfolios is from Edudemic.
4 Free Web Tools for Student Portfolios is from Edutopia.
5 Good Options for Creating Digital Portfolios is from Richard Byrne.
Digital Portfolios: The Art of Reflection is from Edutopia.
Meaningful Learning with Digital Portfolios: Tools & Examples is from Shelly Sanchez Terrell.
7 Good Options for Building Digital Portfolios – A PDF Handout is from Richard Byrne.
PortfolioGen lets students easily create online portfolios of their work.
Student Portfolio Apps and Websites is from Common Sense Education.
I have concerns about using ClassDojo as a classroom management system (see posts in Best Posts On “Motivating” Students) for details, but it does have some other helpful features. 9 Features of ClassDojo’s Digital Portfolio Platform – Coming Soon is another good post from Richard Byrne.
10 Good Options for Creating Digital Portfolios is from Richard Byrne.
Think you’re doing digital portfolios? Think again. is by Matt Renwick.