Portfolio work in a new dimension
Portfolios offer the opportunity to record children’s learning progress and creativity in various forms.
Analog portfolios do a good job here. They collect creative works made of paper, crayons and other materials. These tactile experiences are important for children to learn and grow. We don’t want to replace them.
But growth doesn’t just happen on paper. Linguistic-motor development is just as important. This is exactly what digital portfolios capture in an exciting, interactive way! They are able to keep spoken poems, modeling clay monsters, songs, and dances.
This opens up whole new possibilities!