... I’ve been reading your blog and can see that holding space for a ePortfolio to be a student owned space is becoming important to define. We had a great year with the ePortfolios. They were so successful that we couldn’t really get away from them all year. We ended up the year showing 35 teachers how to start their own professional portfolios. I’ve also been busy with a Master’s Program through Boston University. Hopefully my involvement in the program will give me opportunities to continue to build my practices and maybe even do some research to find out their effect. Here is a blog post on Shabbi’s new blog that I wrote about ePortfolios. Shabbi’s new blog is going to be worth following. I suppose that you’re probably the last person in the world who could get anything from it, but I did want to share it with you as a fruit of your work with us. http://paradigmshift21.edublogs.org/2010/06/16/eportfolios-a-thread-through-the-21st-century/
...it seems like you’re continuing to gain momentum, reach, and foment in pursuit of giving students the keys to their futures.I was very impressed with the work of the 3rd Grade Teachers at ASB in Mumbai. As you can see by this posting, they are preparing their students for the future in very profound ways using ePortfolios. They will be the third grade/primary case study in my book.