Students share unique learning that revolves around customized goals. Students often do amazing work at home that no one knows about. Now it can be seen, discussed, and given the credit it deserves.
Peers not only see each other’s work, but also assess it and provide encouragement and critical feedback. As time in person with teachers decreases, peer learning becomes more and more important. Teachers evolve their role to act as a guide for the community.
All posts, assessments, and comments are stored in the student’s learning portfolio, spanning classes, school years, and even schools. In this time of change, it’s important to have a record of learning that remains consistent, meaningful, and relevant.