Category Archives: portfolios

The Wisdom of Crowds

I’ve known about Surowiecki’s book, The Wisdom of Crowds, for quite awhile, but it’s just been one of those many cool books that I never got around to reading. A few weeks ago, I saw it on my brother-in-law’s bookshelf … Continue reading

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ePortfolios: Making Learning Visible

Goodness, it’s been far too long since I’ve posted! Tomorrow I will join other e-portfolio enthusiasts at Boston University for the Making Learning Visible Symposium. I was asked to bring a few other NH educators with me to share our experiences … Continue reading

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Obama Talks about ePortfolios

Today I learned that Barack Obama talked about the use of digital portfolios for student assessment in a speech he gave on November 20, 2007 in New Hampshire. This made me wonder how he might have learned about what we do in … Continue reading

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