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Digital Portfolios

Digital Portfolios

Digital Portfolios are a way for students to take ownership of their learning and mastery of a skill and/or subject, as well as reflect on where their strengths lie and how those strengths could translate to the Postsecondary world. They are fully editable and students may share their work safely with educators, parents, and potential employers.

ANYONE can use Portfolios-- young, old, and each person in between! Because they are fully customizable, Districts and Schools can include what they need and leave out what they don't. Possibilities with portfolios are endless.

Students develop their own digital portfolio through this Google Site which includes resources for students and teachers, lesson plans, professional development. and links to many resources.

OTHER ICAP PRACTICES related to Digital Portfolios in D49:

District 49 Digital Portfolios
Type of Practice: 
  • Assessments & Inventories: College, Career & Military
  • Curriculum and Scope and Sequence
  • District / School ICAP Process
  • Interest and Aptitude Profiles
  • Platform
  • Websites
  • Category: 
  • Individual Development
  • Career Development
  • PWRful Demonstration of Learning
  • Capstone/Performance Assessment
  • Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  • Communications / Messaging / Marketing
  • Equity, Inclusion, Diversity and Access
  • Personal Financial Literacy
  • Work-Based Learning (WBL)
  • Type of Organization: 
  • District and/or School
  • Virtual Learning Environment
  • District Size: 
  • Urban
  • Region: 
  • Pikes Peak
  • Developmental Level: 
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • District: 
    District 49
    Urban High School