My Portfolio



Planning Guide:

  • This portfolio will be public so just share your work. Your parents are your main audience.
  • You should try to make your own portfolio, but get as much help as you can. A partner can look over what you have made and help you.
  • Your portfolio can show: your best work, how you have grown over the term and the things you have learned to do. It should show things you cannot see on tests.
  • You choose the pieces that go into your portfolio.
  • Use pictures, slide shows, PowerPoints, text, videos and podcasts.
  • Expect feedback from classmates, teachers, parents and others.
  • Include "I can ... " statements so viewers know what you are learning.
  • The four steps: collect evidence of your learning, select noteworthy pieces to share, think about what you were learning, think about what needs to come next.


Health Ed
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Computer
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Phys Ed
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Arts Ed
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Science
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Mathematics
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Social Studies
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English Language Arts
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French
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