Dear Visitor (or Hacker, depends on if I’ve given you the password or not)/Whom it may concern,
Greetings to my digital portfolio!
This year at CDNIS we Grade 6s are experimenting with digital password protected portfolios on our blogs (quite a mouthful,), to cut down the use of paper and hopefully save a forest.
Some of us, though, are still using manual binders. (But not me, I’ve vowed to go completely digital.)
Grade 6 is the year we go independent, and is also the year we go from the PYP (Primary Years Program) to the MYP (Middle Years Program). Teachers are not going to tell us what to put in our portfolios, instead we’re going to choose what we show to you.
The main idea of a portfolio is to show our learning journey through the year, and how we have grown physically and mentally.
You can see under the page portfolios there are seven (7) more categories. They are the essential concepts of the IB. The categories are also divided up into the 7 subjects which are also essential.
I hope you have learned more about portfolios, and will know more about my learning journey through this portfolio.
Here is the letter on portfolios issued by Ms. F:
Here’s a quick snapshot of my portfolio:
And now… for Teacher Selected Piece No. 1…
My Pacific Place report:
My own pieces:
Book Club Flip: