YOUR LEARNING OBJECTIVES

COMPILATION OF DOCUMENTS

This is the time where you collect all your files, photos and videos and place them in a certain repository area. Viewers of your portfolio do not have the luxury of time to screen through your E-Portfolio at a glance. They would only view your site for 5 minutes and see if anything stands out that is different from the rest.

The next step will be approaching the content that you want to put into your E-Portfolio site. Most importantly, what are the areas that you find relevant in the site.

SUB-TOPICS
Take a look at the various sub topics within this chapter and see which aspect you would like to add in to your E-Portfolio:

5 words to describe yourself

5 words to describe yourself

YOUR LEARNING OBJECTIVES Think about 10 words to best describe yourself. From these 10 words, choose 5 of them that you find are closest or most relevant to you. From these 5 words, expand and provide an example on how you have shown your character...
Mindmapping your experiences

Mindmapping your experiences

Mindmapping is a crucial tool to register the thought process that is going on in your mind. It helps you to register and pen down the thoughts in a diagram. From 2 sources, mindmapping is defined as A M ind Map is a diagram used to visually organize...
What are your goals?

What are your goals?

YOUR LEARNING OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION In this section, you will be concentrating on building your goals and dorections you have in life. This will fit in closely to your main page as your profile, it will help define not only who you are, but...
The Power of Reflection

The Power of Reflection

YOUR LEARNING OBJECTIVES The purpose of reflection is to get you started on the learning that were meaningful to you. For a portfolio, the reflection doesn't necessarily need to be long, a one page would be sufficient for a hiring manager to get...