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  • 1. Introduction to E-Portfolios
    Pathways
  • 2. What is an E-Portfolio?
    A collection of your work that can be used to:
    • Plan your career
    • 3. Apply for:
    A job
    Another post secondary institution that might interest you (i.e.: colleges, certification programs, technical schools)
    • Documents what you have learned.
  • Why do you need an E-Portfolio?
    Identifies the qualities you can offer an organization. (ex. employer, internship placement, college and other post secondary institutions)
    Builds confidence in what you can achieve
    Documents what you have accomplished
    Helps to identify where you want to go next
    It gets peoples attention!
  • 4. Why do we put our E-Portfolioson-line?
    It will not get lost or thrown away by accident
    You can easily recreate to tell different stories
    It will not clutter up someone’s desk and avoids you from forgetting it somewhere
    Available anywhere, anytime
    Demonstrates your technology skills
  • 5. What goes into an E-Portfolio?
    2 types of portfolio.
    The “working” portfolio.
    Holds everything
    The “presentation” portfolio.
    A subset of the working portfolio arranged to tell a story about you.
    Includes best samples of your work that support the purpose of the portfolio.
  • 6. We will be creating a presentationE-Portfolio
    Allows viewer to see what the strong qualities and characteristics you possess
  • 7. More Personal Characteristics
  • 8. We will be creating a presentationE-Portfolio (continued)
    To acquire a specific job or entrance into a specific school
    To apply to college, jobs, certification program and technical schools
    To demonstrate what you have learned (i.e. projects, essays, volunteer programs, videos, internship, etc.)
  • 9. What will you include in your E-Portfolio?
    P E A K S
    Personal Characteristics
    Experience
    Accomplishments
    Knowledge
    Skills
    Example of E-Portfolio grammar school
    Penn State
  • 10. Personal Characteristics
    • Things about your personality that people will find important
  • Experience
    • Work experiences, projects you have been involved in
  • Accomplishments
    • Acknowledgements, Certificates, Awards, Prizes, Rewards, etc.
  • Knowledge
    What you know
    • courses taken each year
    • 11. courses expected for next year
    • 12. standardized test scores
    • 13. knowledge acquired outside of school
    • 14. (work, volunteer activities, etc.)
  • Skills
    • What you know how to do and Identified through Bridges assessments
  • What else can you add?
    Career assessment and Do what you Are(Bridges)
    Research on career searches (Career Researches)
    Research on post-secondary education, military, employment , internships, and self-employment
  • 15. You will show what you know using artifacts
    Some you have
    Things you will create in this class
    Things you will create between now & graduation
    Examples:
    Photos
    Audio
    Videos
    Documents
    Presentations
    Websites
    Blogs
  • 16. How will you do all this?
    You will use
    and I will show you how to do this!
    Home
    Personal Characteristics
    Experience
    Accomplishments
    Knowledge
    Skills
    Additional Information