KudosWall is an online portfolio designed for K-12 students, their parents, and educators to help users keep their accomplishments in one place. Their team designed KudosWall to make it easy to store pictures, videos, presentations, and documents throughout the school year. From certificates and posters to artwork and snapshots of sports trophies, KudosWall lets users save special moments in an online space.
KudosWall Online Portfolio for K-12 Students
The folks behind KudosWall built this tool so educators, parents, and students could showcase their work and connect in a safe space through an online portfolio. They are a new company but you might have seen them at the 2017 Destination Imagination Global Finals. You can check out a quick overview of Kudos Wall in the video clip below to get a feel for the power of this online portfolio tool.
With KudosWall teachers, students and families can keep each child’s achievements, projects, community service hours and more in one organized, super convenient location. With a few clicks you can generate a portfolio or resumé document. This makes it easy to prepare applications for summer programs, college, scholarships or any time when you need to capture and then share student accomplishments from one or multiple school years. Since KudosWall stores your portfolio securely in the cloud you can access all of your content from anywhere at anytime.
As you look to make the most of both traditional and digital experiences, you’ll definitely want to check out KudosWall. I think it’s a great option for keeping student work organized, accessible and ready to celebrate. It provides an easy-to-use space for remembering every big and small moment and capturing student work to show off accomplishments.
Learn more about KudosWall by visiting their website!
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