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15 October 2021, 07:08

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More than 500 thousand entries have already been added to the Student Portfolio.

Section “Student Portfolio” in the “Moscow Electronic School” (“MESH”) expands. Now schoolchildren will be able to see in it their achievements in the categories “Civic engagement” and “Culture”.

The service will record the facts of participation of schoolchildren in military-patriotic events, social movements, social competitions, environmental conferences. Information about children visiting city museums, exhibitions and excursions, both in person and online, will also be recorded. To date, more than 500 thousand records on the achievements of schoolchildren have been added to the “Student’s Portfolio” of the “MES”.

Information about the student’s progress in all service categories is presented in the form of a timeline, the information is displayed in chronological order. The virtual showcase of awards is dedicated to the most significant achievements. This can be a place that a child took in an Olympiad, a medal received in a sports competition, or a diploma from a talent competition.

Data in the portfolio is added automatically and with the help of operators of organizations subordinate to the capital Department of Education and Science… Users can also independently upload their achievements to all portfolio categories.

In addition, schoolchildren and their parents had the opportunity to share portfolio materials not only as a link to a document, but also using a QR code. At the request of users, the ability to save the portfolio as a PDF file has been added. The settings allow you to hide certain sections from the recipient and set the link expiration date.

To use the service, you need to log in to website… Learn more about the “Student Portfolio” here… The service will soon be available in the “MESH Diary” mobile application.

The MES library is a service of the Moscow Electronic School project, developed by the Moscow Department of Education and Science in cooperation with the City Department of Information Technologies. The library contains over 55 thousand lesson scenarios, over 11 thousand video lessons, over 1.7 thousand electronic teaching aids, 348 textbooks and 245 works of fiction, more than 149 thousand educational interactive applications, as well as simulators for self-testing and unique virtual laboratories.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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