Are you looking for a way for students to capture their learning this school year? ClassPack by Easyblog lets students share text, photos, videos and more. Through snapshots and messages about their day, students can create ePortfolios that give them a space to celebrate their learning. It’s quick and easy and thanks to the simple user interface. Students from as early as PreK can use this tool to capture and reflect on learning experiences throughout the school day.
ClassPack by Easyblog for Student-Friendly ePortfolios
If you haven’t used ClassPack by Easyblog before it lets you get started quickly and give students the space to create media-rich posts. Students can upload a wide range of digital creations including multiple images, ePubs and PDFs. It’s free to use meaning students can jump in right away – at the beginning of the school year, during a new unit of study, or as a way to produce an ePortfolio to share with family and friends.
The one-minute tutorial below will give you a quick overview of ClassPack by Easyblog. You’ll see how simple it is for students to snap a picture of classwork, discuss their learning process, and share their work with an audience outside of the classroom.
ClassPack by Easyblog has a supportive online community. There are tutorials available for teachers and students, including tips on how to make the most of your blog. It gives students the option to make their blogs open or password protected and teachers can create a blog as a way to communicate information with parents. Teachers also have the option to quickly view student posts before publishing. In addition to these features ClassPack by Easyblog also uses the Open Dyslexic font for text posts. It can support emerging readers thanks to the audio and video component.
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