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Pathbrite - Heather Hiles
Grades8 to 12
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"On August 31, 2023, Pathbrite will be retired and users will no longer be able to access their Portfolios. Please download your Pathbrite Portfolio resources prior to this retirement...more
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"On August 31, 2023, Pathbrite will be retired and users will no longer be able to access their Portfolios. Please download your Pathbrite Portfolio resources prior to this retirement date." Pathbrite is a powerful tool for both teachers and students to create online portfolios. Follow the ten-part template to create a portfolio that includes text, images, weblinks, documents, videos, work samples, and more. Import items directly from many social networks such as YouTube, Vimeo, Khan Academy, and others. Share completed portfolios via URL or through social networking links. At the bottom of any page, you will find a thorough Users Guide.
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In the ClassroomUpload student work throughout the year and share with parents and/or students during conferences. Use this to show finished projects or to demonstrate changes in a project from start to finish. Upload examples of finished work to share with students before beginning a project to set expectations for completed products. Create a link on your class website to share projects and information. (Get parents permission before posting students' work.) Students can also take ownership of their own portfolios that show progress and products across several years. HIgh school students can build portfolios to share a part of career and college preparation.
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