February 26, 2013
Joe Buglione and Heidi Paullus
from Intermountain ESD in Pendleton OR
GTKY : Skitch n share
- Photo of you, include text about where/what you do
- Explore skitch
- Pair up n share about you, 5 sec recap of evernote experience
- Groups of 4, introduce partner to other two
- Repeat with new groups of 4, new partners
- email to portfolio
Activity : ePortfolio Wordsift
- create list of words you think of describing eportfolios, Click to enter those words here
- Google Form then Wordsift those words
- what is your reflection? what do you want to contain in student portfolios?
- email to portfolio
Post a Pic:
- Walk about and take a picture of some identifiable with NCCE
- Post this picture in your evernote
- Post the picture with text which reads why it is identifiable for you to your portfolio
Using Your Evernote:
- Work in with a partner to help each other out through the following topics:
- Can you post different types of items; prompt "information about NCCE"? text, picture, voice, webpage, combination
- Can you view your notes using web interface, app, software?
- Interfacing with Evernote, do you know how to use the following: evernote website, web clipper, software on computer, with mobile device, via an app paired with evernote)
- Limitations using Free Account
- Sharing notebooks and privacy settings: Can you share a notebook with another evernote user, with the public? Can you view a notebook being shared with you from someone else?
- Searching Evernote: Can you search evernote and obtain what you want? Did you realize you can search for text within pictures?
- Organization of posts: Can you create a Stack? Can you modify stacks and move notebooks? Can you move notes? Can you work with Tags?
- Create a quick video using Tellagami describing what you learned about Evernote, Save to Camera Roll, then email to your portfolio.
Ways to Organization your ePortfolios
- Under your account
- Create Stacks and Notebooks
- Students email using correct syntax
- Limitations on total Evernote uploads
- Teacher has total control over content
- Can share notebook as necessary
- Student creates their own account
- They share notebook with you
- If free, you can not edit notebook
- Students can upload easier with mobile devices and such
- Students can upload more, with higher limits per student
- Teachers organization still the same
- Teacher has little or no control, just observing
- Post a reflection of how you want to implement an eportfolio design with Evernote; email your reflection to your portfolio.
Evernote Trunk and other appsExplain Everything (the app ExplainEverything)
Posting from BaiBoard (the collaborative screen casting app BaiBoard)
Evernote articles and resources
- True Learning - A teachers journey as she implements eportfolios during 2012-13.
- Group vs Individual Accounts with Evernote Portfolios - One post from a blog reflecting on the use of Evernote in the classroom. Be sure to read through other posts on the blog.
- 3 Keys for Successful eportfolio Implementation