June 8, 2015
Today we are updating the popular ‘iPad digital portfolio apps’ post we published last year by adding the Android version of some of the apps we featured there. Using these apps students ad teachers will be able to easily create and access their digital portfolios online. They can also use them to document their learning and to showcase their progress via compiling and storing different learning artifacts and creating independent learning journals. Some of these tools allow parents and teachers to keep track of what their students are learning and how they are progressing.
Weebly allows you to easily create a webpage where you can share your learning artifacts and documents. It provides “a beautiful canvas for tactile website building. Weebly turns the Android tablet into a true creative tool that lets you follow your inspiration from start to publish.”
2- Three Ring
The easiest way to capture qualitative evidence of student learning. Three Ring allows teachers and students to document *anything*, organize it in seconds, and have it seamlessly available at school and at home, both in the app AND on the website: www.threering.com.
This is another great app students can use to showcase their learning. They can write notes, add checklists curate and organize web articles and documents, attach files and PDFs, work with collaboratively with others and many more
4- Easy Portfolio
Easy Portfolio lets you capture and share your work in different forms including: photo and videos, audio recordings, notes and text entries, web links to online content, and digital documents direct from Dropbox or email.
5- OpenSchool ePortfolio
“Use OpenSchool ePortfolio to create and manage digital portfolios for your entire class! Create and assign student projects, take pictures, video and audio recordings of student work and upload them right to a student’s ePortfolio, use our built-in rubric maker to view Common Core State Standards, as well as other standards, that are PRE-LEVELED, to facilitate authentic assessment.”