The student portfolios have a central place within the Leerpodium VLE. This is where students display their development and talents in a continuous learning line over several subjects and years. Learning products and reflections are spread out over these portfolios, with each it’s own navigation and design.

To help teachers and mentors maintain overview we have developed the learning environment. This environment offers teachers a central place to organise, supervise and assess the portfolio learning.

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  • Various types of tasks: individual or : individueel, group assignments

  • Various types of elaboration: rubrics, questionnaire, graphs

  • Plagiarism check: integrated with Turnitin

Teachers arrange their subject or project and in de VLE, after which they can hand out tasks that individual students or groups of students can work out. Students have an overview of the tasks that have been assigned to them. Plus they can see if the task still has to be done or if it has been assessed and just what that assessment is.

Work that students have handed in within the learning environment can be published on their portfolio and if needed can be adapted there.


  • Timeline: One central overview of all portfolio posts

  • Various types of reporting.

Per subject (all students, all tasks)

Per task (all hand ins of one task)

Per student (all tasks and hand ins by one student)


  • The teacher can place messages within a task or project

  • Study guide: overview of learning materials and activities

  • Share resources within a tak/project with students

Within a task or project a teacher can place messages. Doing this a forum / message box is made available for all participants in the  project. Participants receive a notification via e-mail or in the app when a new message has been added.

The study guide offers a way to arrange the learning activities within a project. In this way the student has a clear structure of the activities, tasks and other components, including resources such as presentations, videos and links.


  • Personalised overview of activities and schedules.

Using the agenda function students and teachers can see which activities have been planned in the subjects / projects they participate in.
They can also see deadlines for tasks (when set). In this way they have a personal agenda.

The agenda function offers variouis possibilities. This can be an individual schedule, or for a class, for temporary items or for a full year.


  • Increase participation with badges and leaderboards.

Badges are a digital recognition for achievements. Using this a teacher can implement gaming elements. Or he can acknowledge exceptional achievements, like a teamplayer of the month, or the winner in a debate competition.

Earned badges are subsequently visible in the student profile and can be shared with other students or published on their own portfolio.


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