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Digital Portfolios are up and running!

I have been teaching for 12 years now and I still experience a small sigh of relief when students actually do the assignments... This year I added digital math portfolios to my list of goals for students and they are coming in! *sigh of relief*

1. First assignment: Just create the blog with title and description.  
I like her witty title and LOVE the background.

2. Prompt #1 (I felt like an English teacher). I casually put this prompt on the HUB (our school's name for Canvas).
I told students about the prompt being on the HUB in class, but many did the assignment BEFORE I told them about it!
Example for Algebra 1.

3. Collect the Blog URLs via Assignment Drop Box Google Form. Thank you Will Kimbley for showing me how! I embedded my form on the HUB. The google form generates a nice spreadsheet from which you can click through your students' portfolios. I made a template, which hopefully, you can use here. You will have to be a HW drive person. If you aren't, contact me and I can try to help (or use Will's link above).

4. Final Product. :)
I love the images!


  1. You've finally inspired me to use a Google Form to collect something else (digital flashcard links) in my Spanish classes. It was pretty easy and it's something I'll need to do fairly regularly, so we'll see how it works out!

    We'll be setting up class blogs on Friday, and I plan to do the same. Thanks for posting your steps!


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