Creating a digital portfolio of work for personal, learning or professional purposes
Creating a portfolio of work over the period of a unit/project/semester/year
Creating a professional portfolio (e.g. artwork, photography, make-up styles, hair styles, etc.)
Creating a portfolio of personal achievements
Creating a portfolio for a fictional character
Students brainstorm ideas for suitable artefacts to include in digital portfolios and identify possible content for their portfolio considering its purpose.
Students compare examples of digital portfolios, identify their aims and explore how content meets the purpose.
Students explore what should (and what should not) be included in a portfolio and why. They then consider the purpose of the portfolio and its potential audience.
#4 Collecting resources
Students collect artefacts for their portfolios (e.g. photos, samples of work, audio/video fragments, texts, annotated images, certificates, screen-shots) and consider possible ways of organising the artefacts.
Using their drafts and collected resources, students create their digital portfolios.
#8 Sharing and peer feedback
Students share their portfolios with the intended audience. They can also engage in peer feedback.