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Student Web Portfolios by Mind Map: Student Web Portfolios

1. goals

1.1. What have you learned?! This is the focus of your pages!

1.2. Students learn how easy it is to create web pages.

1.3. Students build an e-portfolio that they can build upon into the future.

1.4. Portfolio of work worthy to show future employers and universities.

1.5. Pages for student reference.

1.6. Learn how to collaborate over the network via


2. teachers

2.1. Mr. Daniels

2.2. Ms. Sunder

2.3. Ms. Reddy

3. Due Date

3.1. secondary

3.1.1. 5June2007

3.2. seniors

3.2.1. 26May2007

4. tools

4.1. your brain



4.4. web browser

4.4.1. preferably Firefox 2x

4.4.2. Flash 9 required

4.5. paint dot net

4.5.1. If you need to add more interesting images or cropping of photos.

4.6. freemind

4.6.1. download for free at home if you don't have it

5. web site tips

5.1. If the pages are disconnecting then work on your mind maps and focus on the questions that will be on the final exam.

5.2. Type up your notes of what you've learned in a text editor or email and then when the pages are available again copy paste into your web page.

5.3. Make one page exactly the way you want all of your other pages to look and then duplicate it. Edit the duplicates with the information you want to add.

5.4. Make sure you are publishing regularly!

6. requirements

6.1. a page for every subject

6.2. every subject has its own mind map

6.2.1. I highly recommend you share/ collaborate with people you trust.

6.2.2. It's easy to collaborate with

6.3. include gadgets

6.4. include images

6.5. What questions that will be on final exams?

6.5.1. This is important!

6.6. Write about what you learned in the class.

6.6.1. I can't emphasize this enough!

6.6.2. Not what you did, what you learned!

6.7. Every mindmap is embedded in the HTML of the page.

6.8. add materials

6.8.1. include links to your essays

6.8.2. include links to your movies

6.8.3. include links to your slideshows

6.9. Embed a video component that supports your course work somewhere in your pages.

7. questions:

7.1. Do I have to make my own unique page/ mind map?

7.1.1. Answer: Yes, however you can use the starter mind map from someone else to get you started. I highly encourage you to look at other people's pages.

7.2. Do we have to use

7.2.1. Yes, because we cannot support training for all of the many different web authoring platforms available. was chosen for speed, ease of use, and the ability to edit html.

7.3. Why do we have to build mind maps?

7.3.1. Mind maps help you to organize your thoughts so that you can write more compelling pieces of text. Your web pages need to be interesting to read; mind maps can help you write more compelling text. The mind maps help you prepare to write more interesting documents.

7.4. Why do we have to write questions about what we THINK will be on our final exams?

7.4.1. Answer: Preparing for important events by thinking through the procedures is a very useful and mature habit. Asking good questions before entering into a 'charged' event is wise. Here are a few activities that you will need to ask lots of questions beforehand that will help you succeed: What kind of questions will you be asked in a job interview? What questions will be asked of you in an interview at University for admissions? What questions will be asked when applying for a loan? Etc.

7.4.2. Prepare for the exam by thinking about what will be on the exam.

7.5. Should I post my links even if I'm not done?

7.5.1. Yes! I can't see your work if you've not posted and please remember to publish your changes!

7.6. How can I convert my mind map to text?

7.6.1. Export your mindmeister and freemind to text...

8. examples of good work


8.2. School page



8.3.1. She didn't cite her resources


8.4.1. Examples of questions that may appear on her final exam.