Managing Digital Portfolios with Google Apps

Kern Kelley

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Introduction

"Who is the 

  portfolio for?"

"Who is the 

  portfolio for?"

Introduction

The educational system? 

(Parents, teachers, administrators.)

OR 


The student?

(Student created, curated and published.)

The educational system? 

(Parents, teachers, administrators.)

OR 


The student?

(Student created, curated and published.)

Introduction

Both.

Both.

Introduction

Ideally, the students does most of the work building their own portfolio

while providing the educational system the information it needs.

Ideally, the students does most of the work building their own portfolio

while providing the educational system the information it needs.

Portfolio

This may be typing a report, taking a picture or recording a video.

Students digitize their assignments.

This may be typing a report, taking a picture or recording a video.

Students digitize their assignments.

Portfolio

They may create the work in Docs or upload anything digitized.

Students store work in Google Docs/Drive.

They may create the work in Docs or upload anything digitized.

Students store work in Google Docs/Drive.

Portfolio

Students slide the work into a shared collection,

then copy and paste the link into a Google Form.

Teachers collect assignments digitally.

Students slide the work into a shared collection,

then copy and paste the link into a Google Form.

Teachers collect assignments digitally.

Portfolio

Students showcase their best work.

Students showcase selected work on their website.

Students showcase their best work.

Students showcase selected work on their website.

Portfolio

Students showcase their best work.

Students showcase selected work on their website.

Students showcase their best work.

Students showcase selected work on their website.

Portfolio

Explanation of Portfolio Types

Explanation of Portfolio Types

Portfolio

Portfolios Types:

Repository for everything => 



Educational Portfolio =>



Showcase Portfolio =>

Portfolios Types:

Repository for everything => 



Educational Portfolio =>



Showcase Portfolio =>

Portfolio

Portfolios Types:

Digitization => 



Sharing =>



Presentation =>

Portfolios Types:

Digitization => 



Sharing =>



Presentation =>

Portfolio

Google Docs (now Drive) is the repository of the work. 



Word processing, presentations and spreadsheets are easy, 

but that doesn't mean that all work must be done in Docs.

Digitize => 

Google Docs (now Drive) is the repository of the work. 



Word processing, presentations and spreadsheets are easy, 

but that doesn't mean that all work must be done in Docs.

Digitize => 

Portfolio 

Examples of collecting non-digital work:

Digitize =>

Examples of collecting non-digital work:

Digitize =>

Portfolio 

Examples of collecting non-digital work:

Pre-K Video with Student Help: http://youtu.be/TlT1XPtMG44

8th Grade Physical Education: http://youtu.be/hdpiBFQEnpE

High School Math: http://youtu.be/ap5GzlQHdgs

Using Google Voice to Collect Audio: http://youtu.be/kNRPGdx4rkk 

5th Grade Art Work Photos: http://youtu.be/4bc_Nf90XtM

Digitize =>

Examples of collecting non-digital work:

Pre-K Video with Student Help: http://youtu.be/TlT1XPtMG44

8th Grade Physical Education: http://youtu.be/hdpiBFQEnpE

High School Math: http://youtu.be/ap5GzlQHdgs

Using Google Voice to Collect Audio: http://youtu.be/kNRPGdx4rkk 

5th Grade Art Work Photos: http://youtu.be/4bc_Nf90XtM

Digitize =>

Portfolio 

The benefits of Digital vs Analog work.

Digitize =>

The benefits of Digital vs Analog work.

Digitize =>

Portfolio 

Typically, how much digitization the student is responsible for is dictated by two factors,

      • Age 
      • Access to hardware

Digitize =>

Typically, how much digitization the student is responsible for is dictated by two factors,

      • Age 
      • Access to hardware

Digitize =>

Portfolio

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.


This is shared with a holder account called 'Portfolio' so anything shared can be easily viewed. Within this Collection, they create a Collection for each subject that is then shared with the teacher of that subject.

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.


This is shared with a holder account called 'Portfolio' so anything shared can be easily viewed. Within this Collection, they create a Collection for each subject that is then shared with the teacher of that subject.

Portfolio

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. 

  

They rename this virtual inbox with Subject and Name. 

For example: 'Science - Smith, John'

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. 

  

They rename this virtual inbox with Subject and Name. 

For example: 'Science - Smith, John'

Portfolio

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. 

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.)

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. 

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.)

Portfolio

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. (Becoming a virtual inbox.)

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.

 

4) Finally, teachers 'hand out' a Portfolio Cover Sheet that students 

    fill in by copying and pasting the item link into the spreadsheet. 


Note: Change the end of the URL #gid=0 with &newcopy 

to make it easier for the student to copy the spreadsheet.

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. (Becoming a virtual inbox.)

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.

 

4) Finally, teachers 'hand out' a Portfolio Cover Sheet that students 

    fill in by copying and pasting the item link into the spreadsheet. 


Note: Change the end of the URL #gid=0 with &newcopy 

to make it easier for the student to copy the spreadsheet.

Portfolio

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. (Becoming a virtual inbox.)

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.

 

4) Finally, teachers 'hand out' a Portfolio Cover Sheet that students 

    fill in by copying and pasting the item link into the spreadsheet. 


Find the steps for Collecting Portfolios here: http://youtu.be/Zd02j6fNlhc

The way teachers collect work from students 

builds their portfolios at the same time.

Digitize => Share =>

1) Students create a subject specific Collection in Docs.

 

2) Share that Collection with their teacher. (Becoming a virtual inbox.)

  

3) Teachers embed the Assessment Collector form.

     into their webpage. (Detailed directions here.

 

4) Finally, teachers 'hand out' a Portfolio Cover Sheet that students 

    fill in by copying and pasting the item link into the spreadsheet. 


Find the steps for Collecting Portfolios here: http://youtu.be/Zd02j6fNlhc

Portfolio

Digitize => Share => Presentation

Our senior class gift to our high school students is to buy each their own domain name and forward it to the portfolio they've built throughout their schooling.

Digitize => Share => Presentation

Our senior class gift to our high school students is to buy each their own domain name and forward it to the portfolio they've built throughout their schooling.

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Portfolio

Digitize => Share => Presentation

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Portfolio

Digitize => Share => Presentation

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