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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
      • Apply for:
        • A job
        • A post secondary institution that might interest you (i.e.: colleges, certification programs, technical schools)
      • Documents what you have learned.
  • 3. 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-Portfolios on-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 presentation E-Portfolio
    • Allows viewer to see what the strong qualities and characteristics you possess
  • 7. More Personal Characteristics
  • 8. What will you include in your E-Portfolio?
    • P E A K S
    • P ersonal Characteristics
    • E xperience
    • A ccomplishments
    • K nowledge
    • S kills
    • Example of E-Portfolio grammar school
    • Penn State
  • 9. We will be creating a presentation E-Portfolio
    • 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.)
  • 10. Personal Characteristics
      • Things about your personality that people will find important
  • 11. Experience
      • Work experiences, projects you have been involved in
  • 12. Accomplishments
      • Acknowledgements, Certificates, Awards, Prizes, Rewards, etc.
  • 13. Knowledge
    • What you know
      • courses taken each year
      • courses expected for next year
      • standardized test scores
      • knowledge acquired outside of school
      • (work, volunteer activities, etc.)
  • 14. Skills
      • What you know how to do and Identified through Bridges assessments
  • 15. 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
  • 16. 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
  • 17. How will you do all this?
    • You will use
    • and I will show you how to do this. Please create
    • the following pages in your Wikispace:
        • Home
        • Personal Characteristics
        • Experience
        • Accomplishments
        • Knowledge
        • Job Shadow
        • Graduation Project