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Beginning Stages of My Digital Portfolio

This has been a week of learning. First, I decided to edit all of my content to fit the purposes of this digital portfolio. I wanted to be sure that my work is specific to me as a professional, not necessarily to my role as a student at the University of New Haven. 372 more words

Digital Portfolio: Site Map

Step Two in planning my Digital Portfolio is to create a sitemap to organize my ideas. I started planning using a digital graphic organizer, Popplet… 362 more words

Digital Portfolio...Platform Considerations

It is time to begin the initial planning for my digital portfolio. I have decided to use this portfolio to showcase my work in the IT/DML program and I intend to add to the portfolio as I develop additional content related to teaching with technology. 600 more words

First PME Task

Yesterday, July 4th, I started coursework in pursuit of a Professional Master of Education graduate degree from Queen’s University. I spent a lot of time searching for a program which would meet my needs as both a student and a teacher responsible for my classroom first. 126 more words


Digital Portfolio: Initial Considerations

As I begin the task of creating my own digital portfolio to showcase my learning during the IT & DML program, I am careful to consider how this process will not only serve to communicate my evolving identity as a learner and educator, but also how it will support my future work with students as I lead them to create their own digital portfolios. 428 more words

Week 9: Digital Portfolios with Adobe Spark Page

Very quick post to finish off the term.

One of the advantages of being an Adobe Education Leader is that you get to hear about (and sometimes trial) new software before it becomes available to the public. 603 more words

Adobe Spark

Embracing Open Learning

Throughout my career, teaching kids and adults in diverse districts and courses, I have lived in between higher ed and K-12.  In higher ed there is a mantra to publish or perish, and throughout grad school, I had adopted this philosophy. 618 more words

Katie Martin