A broad-based selection of significant student work that is used to appraise student performance and professional development. A portfolio reflects the depth and breadth of a student’s educational growth since entering the graduate program. Portfolios may include, but are not limited to, classroom examinations, journals, writing samples, publishable scholarship, professional projects, annotated bibliographies, and artistic endeavors. Graded pass/fail (P/F) only.
In this course, you will:
- Create a portfolio website with artifacts mapped and linked to the AECT standards.
- Organize a significant collection of artifacts in the portfolio including projects, papers, and other relevant examples of work completed during the M.E.T. career.
- Map portfolio artifacts to appropriate AECT standards.
- Compose a rationale paper describing the artifacts in the portfolio and how they demonstrate skills, knowledge, application of theory and/or research, professional disposition, real-world application, and mastery of the AECT standards.
- Create an original reflection video to tell the story of professional growth attained during the master’s program.
- Revise portfolio based on feedback provided through peer and faculty review.