Implementation Process of Portfolios
The platform that we will be using for our educator portfolios is Evernote.
What is Evernote?
Evernote is a web tool that allows users to bookmark, record voice mails, take text and voice notes, upload pictures, docs, PDFs and files, and capture images and information on the web as well as as a software download on your computer or as a plugin for your browser and also as an application for your mobile device. Follow this link to view a Prezi Presentation
on what Evernote is.
Evernote works by connecting all the computers and phones you use daily, allowing you to capture something in one place and then access it from another. To get started, visit www.evernote.com and sign up for a free account. Go to evernote.com/getit
to install Evernote on every computer, phone and tablet you use. There are versions of Evernote for Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and more. * Our teacher leaders will be using Evernote Premium for their portfolios. Evernote offers a substantial discount to educational institutions.
Why Create A Growth or Teaching Portfolio?
A portfolio is really useful way to store projects, writing samples, and student-centered learning. It can be used by students, parents, and teachers to document progress and learning in the classroom and teaching effectiveness. A Growth Portfolio enables you, the instructor, to think more critically about your teaching, to create new methods of assessing it and to discuss pedagogy with colleagues, advisors, students and others.
effectiveness to administration
Getting Started With Evernote
Follow the links to find video tutorials for each device.
Getting Started Using The Web Version
Getting Started Using Windows
Getting Started Using Your iPad or iPhone
Getting Started Using Your Android
Evernote Tips and Tricks
Having problems with your Evernote? First we recommend that you would make sure it is not in the Evernote Q&A modules. If you are still not able to solve your problem please contact us and we can help you find a solution!
Evernote’s Solutions Page
Samples of What To Include In Your Portfolio
Specialists and Other Staff