Anatomy of an ePortfolio Post: Learn How to Learn

As our students in Grade 9 are following up on the online portfolio experience from Middle School, we started to collect same examples to help improve their thinking and presentation skills.  This first selection considered portfolio blog posts that focused mainly on a metacognitive process that illustrates how the student learned and what strategies worked best for him/her.

You can click here to see the Infographic online. It is quite self-explanatory, indicating structural elements that make a good blog post and good reflection, as well as some tips for the teacher.

Click on the image, then click again to zoom in.

Anatomy of a Blog Post Learn How to Learn

 

 

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