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Friday, March 14 • 9:45am - 10:55am
Implementing Google Apps Student ePortfolios FULL

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Participants will learn the best practices for creating ePortfolios (digital online portfolios), using Google Apps for Education, which allow students to create an authentic representation of their progress throughout the school year in attaining Common Core Standard fluency. They will learn how to create and implement ePortfolios for their students with Google Drive & Google Sites, using an easy to follow methodology.

ePortfolios foster teacher accountability by providing a means to show student progress towards Common Core mastery throughout the year. At the same time, it allows for better communication with the students' families, as they can view their child's ePortfolio online. Finally, it allows the students to reflect on their own thinking process (metacognition) by posting their work in a blog like environment providing a reflection which accompanies their work.

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Adam Schneider

Instructional Technology Manager, Custom Computer Specialists, Inc.
Adam Schneider is a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer, and has been an educator for over 13 years, and a technology enthusiast for most of his life. As a classroom teacher and technology coordinator, he utilized different teaching methodologies to address the various needs of his students. By incorporating technology into the classroom environment, he found that students became more engaged learners. This knowledge led him to begin... Read More →

Friday March 14, 2014 9:45am - 10:55am
Room 307

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