4 Ways to Make a Meaningful Portfolio

Just like with any tool, there are good and bad ways to use digital portfolios. We think this article by James Denby, an educator with more than 20 years of K-12 experience, nails the former. In this article, Denby culls the following 4 meaningful practices from his experience implementing digital portfolios in the classroom:

  1. Make time for the reflective process.
  2. Create one portfolio that addresses the whole student.
  3. Provide guidelines that encourage thoughtful choices.
  4. Add variety to make portfolios pop.

We’ve built bulb around these principles, making it easy on teachers to provide students with meaningful portfolios. We’d love to hear from you about how this tool has transformed your classroom.

15 January 2019