Welcome to Our Learning Portfolio!

Welcome to Our Learning Portfolio!

The Learning Portfolio is where you will tell your All Saints’ story. The focus of the Learning Portfolio is on reflection, on looking across your subjects and semesters and the various tasks and assignments throughout your school life. By means of the portfolio you will manage and track your growth as a learner over the course of years – in school and beyond in cocurricular and other activities that demonstrate your learning in vital areas such as community service, innovation…

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Read Before You Start!

Read Before You Start!

By uploading files to a learning portfolio site to share with others, students are declaring that the content is original and that they have permission to reproduce copyright material, such as authentic texts or images. Plagiarism is the unacknowledged use of someone’s work as one’s own in all forms of academic endeavor (such as essays, theses, research data, creative projects, etc.) which may be derived from a variety of sources (such as books, journals, internet posts, student assignments, etc.)  

Finding Your Way Around the Learning Portfolio

Finding Your Way Around the Learning Portfolio

Get to know the layout of the learning portfolio. Theme You may personalize theme by changing the site title, the tagline and the background color. You may also add a background image to the page and an image logo to the title bar. Homepage This is what the homepage of a new learning portfolio looks like. The Site Title is where you put your name. It is also a link to the homepage of your learning portfolio. The Menu Items are critical for…

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The Importance of Categories and Tags

The Importance of Categories and Tags

Tags and categories are means of linking, aggregating and presenting related content in your portfolio. You can create new ones at any time. Whenever you upload an artifact, be sure to add relevant categories and tags that link it both to the specific course that it relates to, and to other artifacts that share a common theme or focus.