Teachers Share How They Use Spaces
A Window into the Classroom
Platform for Distance and Hybrid Learning
Platform for Self-Reflection and Parent Feedback
Document Student Growth Over Time
Proficiency and Mastery of Second Languages
Assessment and Growth in the Same Space
Digital portfolios are useful in education as a way to document learning. Students can record their daily work and reflect on what they learned. They can also add commentary around how they feel about what they’ve learned.
Enable students to reflect on their work. Challenge students to think about what they've learned through probing questions - capturing key takeaways and lessons around what the student would do differently next time.
The space within a digital portfolio gives students the room to not only make mistakes but demonstrate the reflection and progression necessary to ultimately show how far they’ve come on their mastery of that concept.
Regular portfolio curation allows educators to use the documentation to conduct formative assessments too. Engage students with ongoing feedback and commentary – not just a final grade.
How have Teachers Implemented Spaces in their Classrooms?
Promoting Student Voice at Rocky View Schools
Tasked with a new strategic plan, Rocky View Schools was looking for new ways to leverage technology to boost student-led and student engagement initiatives.
With Spaces, Rocky View Schools has transformed the way they engage with students and have been able to successfully execute on the pillars of their four-year plan.