Taskstream is the e-portfolio I have used for the past eight years. I used it first for my Masters in Education program. I then used it to store my lesson plans, create rubrics, and check state standards. It is pretty expensive and doesn't really work for everything I want to do. It would be super if I could have something that my entire class could access, add to, and edit in. Much the same way they might a blog. I have found that using OneNote 2010 has been a fun way to create notebooks. I haven't tried uploading any of my notebooks to the web. Has anyone had experience with it?
Wk 1-An intro to eportfolios
What are eportfolios? Can you think of people who are in the creative industries who use portfolios?
Now eportfolios are being used in education. If you’re not familiar with the concept you might want to check out this video.
Use the Post Comment button to share a few ideas about the nature and purpose of portfolios. Who uses eportfolios in their professional lives? What is their purpose?
What could an eportfolio in education look like? How could it capture a teacher's experience, talent and ability?