Good samples of an eportfolio of 4th grade students, Could be used with students as young as Kindergarten. Exemplifies Student Lead Conferences.
This section on commenting with VoiceThread can help students learn about the process of commenting on each others work.
This procides clear direction of using voicethread as eportfolio tool.
Audio artifacts can be collected using these apps. This apps reviews the pros and cons of several apps.
A description of the process of creating a portfolio for primary school.
Long blog post about the first week of Kindergarten including description of a teacher collecting samples for their portfolios.
A collection of all types of primary school resources including some around portfolios and assessment.
K-12 Online Conference presentation of 6 year old student using eportfolio. Students and teacher video of the process along with sample portfolios.
Using Kidblog would make a good portfolio workspace. Kidblog is easy to use and allows for some multimedia elements. It is attractive and has kid friendly themes. Teachers can moderate. It allows for comments as part of the process. You could tag certain items "presentation" portfolio and perhaps makes the presentation portfolio public as part of a decision you make with parent. Or even allow publishing to a book.
Using email for an eportfolio workflow solution allows you to send anything that says "send" or 'share' via email to your eportfolio.
Many mobile apps have this share feature as their workflow option.
Especially useful if you can add tags to the subject line when you send via email.
Use a blog for eportfolio and then publish to a book for a presentation portfolio