PBHL5006 Building a Professional Portfolio
Assignment details and structure :
Please use Blackboard ePortfolio, which is free to use, relatively straightforward, and allows you to share your work with the person grading your assignment. Blackboard ePortfolio is available on the SCU site and is considered a basic level platform – for those who consider their computer literacy skills at a basic level.
The link to the Portfolios Homepage can be found under Assessment Tasks and Submissions.
You will be required to share your ePortfolio with your grader via their email address and these can be found on the Contacts page. The name of your grader can be found at the bottom of the final comments in your first two assignment items.
Please be advised that the ePortfolio is built on assignments 1 and 2. So, you can use the information you provided in assignments 1 and 2 in any sections of your portfolio, if applicable.
Please add a minimum of four pages to your ePortfolio (refer to Week 6, Page 4). You are encouraged to add other material and embellish your ePortfolio with images and other media to reflect your creativity or individuality and give it a personal (but professional) touch.
Eportfolio presentation (50%) - Present a professional ePortfolio that is engaging and includes suggested evidence of achievement and other artifacts -
The structure is reflective of the Professional Philosophy Statement All criteria met and clearly described. Most criteria met and well described. Criteria relatively met and described. Some criteria met and described. Criteria not met or described.
Presentation, references, and citations (where applicable) (10%) - Clear, concise, and reflective written expressions - Appropriate and relevant referencing (APA 7th) where required All criteria met and clearly described. Most criteria met and well described. Criteria relatively met and described.
Some criteria met and described. Criteria not met or described Content for e-portfolio - You all have already a good amount of content (related to assignments 1 and 2) that can be further improved/structured as the content of the e-portfolio - also, NO need for rephrasing any sections of assignments 1 & 2, however, if you add any new sources, they require rephrasing.
Please be advised that there can be a lot of variations in the way you develop the content for the e-portfolio. Some of the components can be:
Professional overview (a summary of the key points about your qualification, and expertise) Professional vision, mission, goals, values Professional philosophy Key achievements/competencies in your area A road map/direction for future professional development