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Since Student Portfolios were introduced in 2014 we've seen great up-take and sustained use from teachers and students.

Portfolios are now responsible for the majority of portal use at many of our pilot districts.

Learn about the benefits of Student Portfolios

Join us for a webinar to find out how teachers are using the power of portfolios to help students learn, showcase their best work, and engage parents. 

We'll also talk about the major enhancements we've made in 2014, and our plans for 2015. You can pilot Student Portfolios at no cost. It can be setup in minutes.

 

Register now to receive webinar details
DateFriday, January 23rd at 9am PT (10 MT, 11 CT, 12 ET)
Duration20 minute demo, followed by Q & A
If you can't attend let us know and we can provide a recording, or get in touch now to arrange a walkthrough and discussion. 

What are Student Portfolios?

Scholantis Student Portfolios allow students to create collections of documents, presentations, blog posts, or other media (e.g. photographs, videos, certificates, rubrics or assignments). A portfolio is much more than a digital scrapbook. They allow students to create a purposeful collection of their work that demonstrates their efforts, progress, and achievements. 

Student portfolios can be shared with teachers to evaluate progress or used to demonstrate learning outcomes, competencies and skill growth over time. In addition to being an assessment tool,  they can be used to showcase student accomplishments, or to engage parents in student learning. Reflection plays a critical role in the development of an effective portfolio which are most commonly used in the following ways:

  • Record of Work - A timeline of current and past work. Students reflect on and take ownership of their learning, creating a record of their accomplishments over time. 
  • Showcase - Samples of students' best work, sometime used for secondary education or gaining employment. Students reflect on past achievement.
  • Assessment - Demonstrates that a student has met specific learning goals. Students reflect on specific outcomes or define future learning goals.

What's New?

Encouraged by continued teacher and student led adoption we've continued to enhance the Student Portfolios throughout 2014, redefining what users expect from their portal: 

  • Built from the ground up for tablets and smartphones.
  • New features to add and find content. It's incredibly easy to add images, take a photograph or record a video.
  • Categories, favorites and filtering let you organize, showcase and curate student work.
  • Storage offloading technology means you don't have to worry about storing content and media on your servers.
  • Now available on SharePoint 2013 with a totally overhauled experience and design.

We want your help to make Student Portfolios a great tool to help students learn.