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Thursday, December 3 • 1:20pm - 2:10pm
Developing Student Portfolios in Early Childhood Settings Using iBooks Author LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Portfolios are meaningful collections of student work that provide educators and family members with a means to collect, store, evaluate, and present student progress and achievements. Traditionally portfolio contents have been comprised of materials stored within physical folders or binders. Overtime these collections may grow to encompass boxes, shelves, or entire file cabinets. This presentation will introduce how iBooks Author could be used by educators and family members to create and manage electronic student portfolios. Audience members will be able to interact with examples and have access to templates that they can use to begin creating their own student portfolios. After this session participants:
1. Will be able to describe what student portfolios are.
2. Will be able to describe how student portfolios can be utilized in the assessment and evaluation of young children with disabilities.
3. Will be able to describe what iBooks Author is.
4. Will be given the opportunity to interact with examples of iBooks Author portfolios.
5. Will be presented with iBooks Author templates that they can use to begin creating their own student portfolios and be able to describe how those portfolios can be shared across traditional (desktop and laptop), tablet, and mobile computing devices.


Conrad Oh-Young

Part-Time Instructor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Graduate of the UNLV College of Education Department of Educational & Clinical Studies Doctoral Program in Special Education. Early Childhood Special Education Teacher with the Clark County School District

Thursday December 3, 2015 1:20pm - 2:10pm PST
Meadowlark 1401 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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