Turning Analogue Artefacts into digital ones.

Worried about including photos of students or their work in your ePortfolio?

Artefact and Annotations. Proof and reflection on Impact. They go hand in hand and are super important. What happens though when the artefact needs to be a picture, a digital photograph with children in it? Or it’s currently some writing in an exercise book and you need it to transform from an analogue thing into a fully upload-able, digital document?

Well, fret no more my friends because in this episode we’re going to talk all about how to turn the analogue to digital! I’m also going to give you some ways to manage the ethics behind using images of students too.

Let’s have a look at some FREE Apps to help you get the photos you need, ethically prepared to perfection

In this podcast I’ll share with you some very simple tips around how to take photos with students in them. I’m also sending you off to download two fabulous apps (available on Android and iOS) that will help you no-end!

Listen now and get to my tips and find out how you can use the amazing apps i’ve listed below to change the analogue items in the box (Yes! You know, the one in your cupboard) into artefacts ready for you ePortfolio. When you’ve had a go, why not share an example reflection post with us in the comments so we can see how clever you are using these apps?

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