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Hello, I am a preschool teacher new to Evernote and this forum. I am beginning to use evernote on my iPhone 4 to record for my students portfolios. We use DRDPs as our assessment tool. So far I have created a master note bk into which I have stacked a notebk for each student. I have begun taking photos of the kids and typed in notes. But I would like to set up my evernote in such a way as to be more efficient with the DRDPs. If you are not familiar with the DRDPs; It is Desired Results Developmental Profile and consists of 43 measures. Covering everything from social dev. to academic to health. We as teachers are required to show evidence of how we rate students. This is a very overwhelming task and I am looking for ways to make it easier. I was thinking of somehow listing the measures (of DRDP) into each childs notebk. But am not sure how to do this or if this is the best way. Seems you cannot reopen and add notes to any notebk. So I am stuck. I want to be able to keep track of what measures were covered for each student. I appreciate any ideas on how to use evernote for my portfolios. Anne
Hi - I'm planning to use Evernote to create student portfolios in a kindergarten class. These will include audio files, photos and notes. I'm so excited about the relative ease with which I will be able to do this compared to other methods used in the previous year. However, I'm concerned about the security of the files and how to transfer/backup files. 1. Are my files secure? Is there a way of making them more secure. 2. What is the best way to back up. I'm a new user of dropbox and would prefer to backup using that program. Having not been taught exactly how to do it, I tried clicking, dragging and dropping to a new file over to dropbox. I ended up with a file but dropbox can't read the file - I also tried exporting it and then just got a hodgepodge of symbols. ooops, can you tell, I'm way over my head. Any assistance, guidance or help would be most appreciated. janet
I have spent the last year figuring out how to use Evernote to create portfolios in both my classroom as well as throughout the school. We are a 360 student charter school with students from 3 years old (in the pre-k) to 18 (in our high school). Evernote, along with mobile and computer based technologies has allowed me to do things that I have been waiting around to do for the past 6 years. Evernote has made it possible for my students to document and share work quickly and easily, something that was impossible even 15 months ago. The marriage between smartphone/itouch technology and Evernote has transformed how students can create electronic portfolios.