Other Things To Think About
- Not all portfolios need to be this Bulky. A "Focussed
Portfolio" may follow the same outline (Objectives, Methods,
Measures) for a specific course component, or build on an
- Be selective--It gets big enough as it is.
- Think of the portfolio as an argument, a case, or a thesis,
with examples and evidence.
- Reflect, in the portfolio.
- Experiment with formats and structures, and assess your
portfolios as you go.
in part from Steve Dunbar, in MAA Notes #49,
Bonnie Gold, ed.
Gavin's Course Portfolio Talk, page 23
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