Discovering the power of good questions
Today, I’m to be at a class at Marylhurst, introducing students to ePortfolios. Thinking through what I am going to say, I’m a little intimidated. Portfolios are such personal things, and they have different meanings and purposes based on the person who has created the portfolio. Teachers and administrators have been talking about ePortfolios for a long time at Marylhurst, and I’m looking forward to talking to some actual . . . students.
I’ve created a page to organize my thoughts about what you can do with an ePortfolio.