Anatomy of an ePortfolio post: Developing Core Values

A previous blog post sharing examples from student ePortfolios focused on the theme “learn how to learn”.  This post provides examples that focus around Grade School’s Core Values. This year we separated learning habits from academic grades and started to report on the first, so students are learning how to pay attention to and talk about such core values in different areas.

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 Core Values

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