One of the seven elements of personalized learning — Cumulative Demonstration of Learning — is a collection and analysis of artifacts over an extended period of time that demonstrates progress toward goals. How do we leverage technology to help assist in the creation, documentation, and reflection that provides evidence of the desired outcomes?
In this interview with David Niguidula, our conversation centered around three questions.
- What is the impact of digital portfolios when it is seen as a technological initiative vs. a personalization or assessment initiative?
- How do you get school stakeholders to “start with the end in mind” when imagining a portfolio? What does the process look like?
- At the classroom level, what does it mean to create portfolio-worth tasks? How are students part of the co-creation experience?
If you are interested in more information, check out David’s book and participate in the study group.
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