A digital portfolio will allow students to keep their work samples in one place and share it with their teachers and peers. Portfolios can be used in three ways: to show growth, showcase student work, or for evaluation. Students can use questioning techniques to identify work to include in their portfolios, self-reflect, and identify goals for improvement.
How could Salisbury students and teachers benefit from the development of digital portfolios?
Learn more about portfolios at the link below.
Mueller, J. (2014). Authentic Assessment Toolbox. Retrieved from http://jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu/toolbox/portfolios.htm#reflection