Teaching Strategies 2.0: What Is a Digital Portfolio? Why It Matters

Larry Ferlazzo withRusul Alrubail, Michael Fisher

Most teachers are familiar with the idea of students developing a portfolio of their work, but what is a a digital portfolio? Today we’ll explore the benefits and challenges of this teaching tool.

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May 7, 2015
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Rusul Alrubail is an educator in residence at Design Cofounders. She is a co-creator of The Writing Project, an essay writing app for students currently in Beta. She is also an Edutopia blogger and an editor at Medium’s largest publication on Education: The Synapse. Michael Fisher is an author and educational consultant working with schools around the country to upgrade current curricula, design new curricula, and modernize instruction with immersive technology. He is the author of Digital Learning Strategies: How do I assign and assess 21st Century Work? and the co-author of Upgrade Your Curriculum: Practical Ways to Transform Units and Engage Students.
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