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30 Day Blogging Challenge: Day 20 – Student Work

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How do you curate student work–or help them do it themselves?

Again, not my strong suit! I would really like to improve in this area.

I typically do not curate student work. I have a hard enough time keeping myself organized! However, a few ideas I’ve had since doing the reflective teaching challenge include:

Students creating digital portfolios – including photos of work not done digitally – that could be shared via email or other digital means with their families.

Create folders for each student – they could place any work they have done in there, but I could file tests and quizzes.

Students blog – they could include anything they have done on there, including reflections about their experiences, not just “hard” evidence of their learning.

I think any of these could be used as ways for students or myself to help curate student work. I’m not sure which one I like the best, but I might have to try one next semester!

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Author: sdsuemko

I'm a high school science teacher in a small Minnesota town who loves the world of rural education. I am constantly striving to learn more about my craft and share what I find with others!

One thought on “30 Day Blogging Challenge: Day 20 – Student Work

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