Stony Brook University
Eda Gimenez inspired an entire campus with her e-Portfolio by documenting her work and expressing her thoughts and ideas through careful reflection. As you glance through each page, you can gather a glimpse of her experiences and see what she has learned. This e-Portfolio is filled with inspiring hope, social engagement and beautiful artwork.
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Bonghwoi KooStony Brook University
Bonghwoi Koo is creating an excellent course e-Portfolio at Stony Brook University. Bonghwoi’s writing introspectively reveals a lot about his growth and is a great example of self-reflection.
Ahrum KimStony Brook University
This e-Portfolio, created by Ahrum Kim of Stony Brook University, highlights excellent internship experiences and academic reflection. Ahrum’s MBA studies are carefully documented as she continues her journey toward becoming a teacher.
Ben WeberBrown University Department of Education
Digication e-Portfolios are used Department-wide by the Brown Department of Education. The use of this e-Portfolio, created by MAT Ben Weber, is described clearly on the opening page, “This e-Portfolio serves a place for me to chart my progress toward meeting Brown University MAT Program’s Practice Based Standards for beginning teachers, reflect on the reciprocal processes of teaching and learning, self-assess, and to display both my and students’ work.” Portfolios are a required component of an MAT program in Rhode Island and this student has taken advantage of Digication’s customizable menus to organize his work by specific teaching standards.
Jane HorstmannBoston University
This featured e-Portfolio was created by a Boston University Education Major, Jane Horstmann, to support an Interdisciplinary Unit for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transsexual Awareness Week bringing together a series of subjects to help raise awareness about discrimination, LGBT rights, and general information about the LGBT community. The portfolio provides a wealth of information including lesson plans created for 11th grade math, science, history and English.