Student portfolios with Google Sites

IB Visual Arts: Student portfolios with Google Sites

Written by guest teacher Elizabeth KingBavarian International School e.V In grading student work, I find that it is best to put oneself in the role of the examiner in order to give students a fair assessment of their worked based on the visual arts criteria. I have created a system by which my students create a website that displays each artwork in a standardized manner that aligns with...

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Sally Gilliam 22 September 2017 - 15:19

I am interested in having my students create their own Google Sites to document their work this year, but we now have a new updated version of Google Sites. It seems to be more compatible with Google drive now. Does anyone have any tips on how to set up templates and documents so that it is easy for students to transfer their work from their Google Site to Google Slides for the Process Portfolio exam assessment?

Heather McReynolds 23 September 2017 - 13:11

Hi Sally, Elizabeth King ( the author of this post) says this:" I am really keen to get to know the new Google sites. I had two kids upgrade thier websites last year. If you have an older version Google site, Google can automatically update it for you and the newer version is more user friendly. I don't know about transferring it to slides, but you can transfer in from slides. " Does anyone else have experience using the new version?

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