P. Sven Arvidson, Ph.D.Program DirectorCasey 4E206.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate ReynoldsAdministrative Assistant Casey 4E206.email@example.com
The Electronic Portfolio is established by majors in their first course and maintained through graduation. It is a vehicle for articulating a developing perspective within the interdisciplinary scholarship of the Liberal Studies major.
Majors gather accomplishments and reflect on them as they progress toward academic, personal, and vocational discernment. They can invite others to view the e-portfolio, such as potential employers, friends and family. For students interested in a career in K-8 education, the e-portfolio can become a teaching portfolio, long recognized as a valuable tool in teacher education.
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Lombardi, J. (2008). To portfolio or not to portfolio: Helpful or hyped? College teaching. 56(1), 7-10.
Mergendoller, J., Markham, T., Ravitz, J., & Larmer, J. (2006). Pervasive management of project based learning. In C. M. Evertson, C. S. Weinstein (Eds.), Handbook of classroom management: Research, practice, and contemporary issues. (pp. 583-615). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.