Tag: Student-Led Conferences

5 reasons to build student portfolios on Kidblog

5 reasons to build student portfolios on Kidblog

Kidblog enables schools to document student learning over time with digital portfolios. With no manual curation required, students’ portfolios are built automatically across classes, demonstrating growth year-over-year. Parents can celebrate their children’s achievements throughout their academic journey. 1.) Kidblog portfolios give students ownership over their work. Students have the option to change their portfolio theme,

Kidblog enables schools to document student learning over time with digital portfolios. With no manual curation required, students’ portfolios are built automatically across classes, demonstrating growth year-over-year. Parents can celebrate their children’s achievements throughout their academic journey. 1.) Kidblog portfolios give students ownership over their work. Students have the option to change their portfolio theme,... read more

Kidblog: The Yardstick for Growth

Kidblog: The Yardstick for Growth

The end of the school year means to me wrapping up everything, hurrying to get everything finished, making sure everything is ready for next year.  But it also means pulling out all of the work from the whole year that got stored in the dusty closet, dark storeroom, or bottom of the backpack to put

The end of the school year means to me wrapping up everything, hurrying to get everything finished, making sure everything is ready for next year.  But it also means pulling out all of the work from the whole year that got stored in the dusty closet, dark storeroom, or bottom of the backpack to put... read more

Webinar: Using Kidblog as a Portfolio for Student-Led Conferences

Webinar: Using Kidblog as a Portfolio for Student-Led Conferences

Sixth grade English and social studies teacher, Megan Ariza, shares how to use Kidblog’s individual portfolios for student-led conferences. In this webinar, you will learn: How to best organize your conference using Kidblog Ideas for students’ post content Student driven goal setting and how to assess if goals were met at conferences Helpful tips to

Sixth grade English and social studies teacher, Megan Ariza, shares how to use Kidblog’s individual portfolios for student-led conferences. In this webinar, you will learn: How to best organize your conference using Kidblog Ideas for students’ post content Student driven goal setting and how to assess if goals were met at conferences Helpful tips to... read more