e-Portfolios created with blogging software are an excellent means for presenting  collections of creative writing, artwork and photos.



Although the article quoted below was meant for higher education, I believe that it applies to K-12 as well.

The Higher Education Hedgehog
By Trent Batson 02/16/10
Electronic portfolios, or ePortfolios, are greatly underestimated. Portfolios, in combination with Web 2.0 capabilities, and implemented by following the best exemplars of institutional transformation around portfolio-based learning design, can lead institutions from “good to great.” As in the book: Jim Collins, Good to Great, HarperCollins, 2001; http://www.jimcollins.com/.

via The Higher Education Hedgehog.


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