Upcoming Activities

Oct 22: RRW: Hat Day You Can't Cover Up Drug Use

Oct 23: RRW: Show your True Colors and Don't Do Drugs; Every 32 Minutes program 6-12

Oct 24: RRW: Team Up to end Drug Use (Wear your favorite Team Jersey)

Oct 24: JV/V VB, V FB @ Twin Loup (Sargent); 5:00/6:00/7:30

Oct 25: 1:00 JV VB Tournament Twin Loup @ Sargent

Oct 27: Teacher Inservice Dismiss at Noon; Conference Vocal Clinic @ Arnold w/ Concert at 6:30 Community Center

Oct 28: Spanish classes Field Trip to North Platte

Oct 28: JV/V VB @ Anselmo-Merna 5:00/6:00

Oct 31: No School Fall Break

Electronic Portfolios

Project Title:
Preserving What You Have Learned and Createdportfolio:

Software Used:

  • imovie
  • web page (like this one)
  • iphoto/ibook
  • buring CDs or DVDs
  • printed and bound version

Subject and Grade Level: Any Grade

Intergrated Subject Areas Also Covered: All Subject Areas can be included

Example: http://sites.esu10.org:8000/onetoone/portfolio0001.wmv

Comments: One thing you must remember is that this might an intesive project if you intend to include eveything from all of high school (4 years of projects). Also if your tech director wipes out student directories each summer, your portfolios would have to be for the year only.

Materials needed: anything from traditional materials to free software on the laptops, to free web site space, to purchased web space…

Lesson Plans/Directions:
Teach students to create a filing system of their work in all of their classes. They can save the work they are most proud of, or all assignments to show growth over time. It is nice to have students go back and reflect on what they have done so they can see evidence of their own learning and growth. A written or verbal (electronic) reflection is a perfect way to express those ideas.

Examples:

PortfolioRubricENG1010

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Student Example:  http://jaclynmarie.weebly.com

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