The ePortfolios linked below are creative, fun, and effective. Although they use different approaches (and different platforms), they are alike in embodying the student's reflections on his or her learning while at the same time showcasing his or her achievements.
Reflecting on Co-op Experiences
- Returning to CTE. Examines the skills developed and benefits of returning to CTE over three work terms. (Sarah Seabrook).
- First Co-op Experience. Introduces the perspective of a student in their first co-op placement at CTE. (Ginny Wong)
- First Co-op Experience. Introduces the perspective of a student in their first co-op placement at CTE. (Komal Gill)
- Workplace Environment. Explains the importance of social interaction and the opportunities for getting to know CTE staff members. (Kylie Myles)
- Reflecting on co-op experience. Examines connections, insights and lessons learned during the co-op work term.(Lara Barnum)
- Reflecting on co-op experience. Examines opportunities, projects and skills developed during the co-op work term. (Stephanie Hand)
Skill Development/Transferable Skills
- Problem Solving. Unpacks the steps to breaking large tasks into small steps and implementing problem-solving techniques. (Nicole Wilson)
- Communication Skills. Establishes communication and other skills developed at co-op term within CTE. (Justin Lim)
- Skill Development. Focuses on variety of skills developed such as public speaking, ability to learn, and multitasking. (Cynthia Ye)
- Reflection on Future Career. Incorporates various aspects from co-op experience and how that relates to skill development going into the workforce as a young professional. (Brigg Harry Firmi-Medensky)
- Skill Development in the Midst of a Pandemic (Krishian Camargo)
- Views from Engineering (Danielle Seunarine)
- Transferable skills. Explains the importance of organizational skills, being meticulous, and learning from failure.(Nicole Wilson)
Working with Data and Research
Psychology and Mental Health
WATCV: Using the Star Framework
Notice how the following WatCV career and competency eportfolios focus on the articulation of professional, transferable skills combined with evidence of these skills. Although some may spotlight the same skills, their stories and the evidence they provide highlight each student’s individuality. Take a moment to listen to Eric Van Dijk describe how the WatCV activity helped prepare him for a successful interview.
- A human-centred design ePortfolio spotlighting leadership, design thinking, teamwork and communication. (Danielle Juneau)
- Knowledge Integration. Sharing experiences, current projects, and the development of a number of professional, transferrable skills. (Danielle Cruz)
- Arts and Business. Focusing on transferable skills such as teamwork, leadership and oral communication. (David Nightingale)
- Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate. Illustrating how she has used communication, decision-making and teamwork skills. (Nareefa Nasruden)
- Drama. Providing evidence to demonstrate professional, transferable skills initiative, written communication and critical reflection. (Carla Rodrigo)
- Arts and Business course (ARBUS 200). The instructor asked students to use their ePortfolio to present their unique selves in a creative and professional manner through design, artifacts, and reflections. (Emily Sutherland).