Learning portfolios are a great way to show the world what you can do. They can include anything you have done over your tenure as a high school student.
Have you made a film? Put it here! Have you built a robot? Put it here. Have you competed in NanoWrimo? Of course, put it (or an excerpt of it) here.
There are many goals for creating a learning portfolio. Not the least of these goals is to create a body of work upon which you can look and consider what you have learned. Showcasing your talents is another good reason to collect your work in one neatly organized, nicely styled, portable sheath.
To find out more about creating your own learning portfolio, please have a look around this site. It is designed to be a guide for creating your portfolio, and it includes (or will include) many links to students who are already writing about what they do in their classrooms, in their internships, and in their vocations.
If you have questions that can’t be answered here, please use the contact form to get in touch with Kevin McNulty.