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It is up to you what platform you choose to use for students PLPATH's. You can choose to build templates like the ones below, or you can direct students to add their own elements explained in the Instructions page (The Seesaw Class is an example of this method) . Irregardless of which platform you choose you should take the following under consideration:
How will it be accessed by stakeholders?
How will it be distributed (shared) with students and those educators who need to reference the PLPATH?
How will the PLPATH be carried over year to year? The strategy suggested by this site is for students to build a new PLPATH document each year.
Can the PLPATH platform grow if there is further adoption of the program?
How easy is it for students to add multimedia content and documentation?
How will supporting educators interact with the platform?
How will the platform be transferred to students when they graduate?
Designed for high school. The Who Am I? section includes slides for: Path to Proficiency Workbook, Extracurricular Activities, Community Service Log, Learning Style Inventory, Multiple Intelligence Self-Assessment and Occupational Outlook. The Goals slides are set up for Learning Goals, Personal Goals, Citizenship Goals, and College and Carrier Goals. Who I Am! includes a senior presentation plan.
This method is designed for the PLPATH to be it's own class, but should work with the free version of Seesaw. The Achievements, Goals, and Who I Am! pages students will add using the plus button on their Journal so they can continuously add pages as needed, and the Who Am I? activities are ones that will be assigned to students by the teacher.