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Wednesday, March 7 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Promoting Performance through Portfolios

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Student portfolios are a great way to reinforce the use, retention and application of curriculum as a student-centered activity. There are many types of portfolios but the flexibility and efficiency of using a website makes this an ideal application. Google Sites makes it easy for students to collect and organize their work created in the G Suite ecosystem into one place. There is a very low learning curve with New Google Sites, and the simple designs give the published website a polished, professional feel. Classic Sites give you more robust features and allow greater flexibility and customization. Whether working individually or collaboratively in groups on projects, teachers will find that students are highly engaged and self-motivated with the plethora of opportunities for demonstrating their learning within their own learning style. Take it away at http://bit.ly/perform_assess

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Yolanda Eaves

Instructional Designer, Chesterfield County Public Schools
Yolanda Eaves has been a licensed educator since 2004. Certified in both Business I/T and Art, she taught combining both sides of the brain in the Digital Arts, Visual Arts and Computer Apps on the middle school level for 7 years and as a visual arts teacher in the elementary school... Read More →



Wednesday March 7, 2018 1:30pm - 2:15pm EST
Room 2100 1000 Floyd Ave, Richmond, VA 23220