College-level Learning Record:
Here are the Learning Record forms.
Teachers: be sure to add the grade criteria and course strands before providing the LR for students in your class. This first set of Learning Record forms is for college-level courses. K-12 forms are below.
- The Learning Record in .docx format
- The Learning Record in .doc format
- The Learning Record in RTF format
- Moderation instructions on the web
- Moderation instructions in Word format
- Moderation instructions in PDF format
- Moderation instructions in RTF format
K-12 Learning Record:
- The K-6th grade Learning Record in Word format
- The K-6th grade Learning Record in RTF format
- The 6-12th grade Learning Record in Word format
- The 6-12th grade Learning Record in RTF format
Print version: K-12 Learning Record
Grade level expectation guides
K-12 Teachers' manuals can be ordered from Amazon:
- Assessing Literacy with the Learning Record: A Handbook for Teachers, Grades K-6, by Mary Barr, Dana A. Craig, Margaret A. Syverson, Dolores Fisette
For complete instructions for teachers and students, please download the Teacher's Manual, above. An overview with FAQs is provided in the Reference Guide, above.
Development of the database version of the Learning Record has been suspended. It simply became too unwieldy for students and teachers. We have returned to radical simplicity, using Microsoft Word's forms capabilities to create an easy to use, easy to transmit, portable, student-owned record of student performance and achievement. We now offer the world's simplest eportfolio (at least as far as I can tell).
No need for net access, no complex transfer and password schemes, and an application in a format anyone will be able to read (at least if they have a word processor!). I think you can see that adaptations and upgrades will be simplicity itself. Maybe this is a lesson in technology "advancement." (You can read the full manifesto here)