For the last few years, I have been maintaining student portfolios for the classes I teach in physical education to keep track of my students’ progress and stay on top of my assessment. In this blog post, I’m going to show you how I create/maintain my student portfolios. However, before I do, here’s a quick disclaimer: Student portfolios are, by no means, a new concept. Physical educators have been creating them for years now. Even the way in which I create portfolios isn’t, by any standard, unique. I’m not some kind of G Suite for......
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