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Thursday, December 3 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Achieving ICT Literacy Through Student Digital Portfolios

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The New Hampshire Minimum Standards for School Approval has required the generation of student digital portfolios for the past 10 years, yet districts still struggle with how to implement this requirement in a meaningful and non-intrusive way. With so many initiatives taking time and energy away from teaching, demonstration of ICT Literacy through digital portfolios has often been left behind, due to lack of time and proper funding. Yet student portfolio development can be a powerful tool to support personalized, performance-based learning, student voice, world class knowledge and skills, anytime/anywhere learning, and a system of support for students having difficulties. Portfolio development engages students in new and innovative ways that deepen the learning experience by adding metacognitive practices into the learning and assessment system. This workshop is designed to be an open forum for conversation and discussion around the development and assessment of K-8 student portfolios and how they can engage and empower students through the media arts. Whether you are a classroom content or specialty teacher, technology integrator, or technology support provider, this experience will help you to understand how to develop and improve the learning experiences of your students. You are encouraged to bring a laptop with wireless connectivity to access online resources, but it is not a requirement for participation. (Presenter(s): Stan Freeda, Educational Technology and Online Learning, NH Department of Education, and Marcia McCaffrey, NH Department of Education)

Thursday December 3, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Teacher Classroom #2

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