Answered By: Information Commons Last Updated: May 26, 2016 Views: 37
You should make sure that important documents, projects, artifacts and personal statements from your time in the College of Education are on your ePortfolio. This includes things from your very first COE class to the very end of your student teaching or internship and beyond. Students have included everything from their personal teaching philosophy to projects done during their time in their practicum to their resume. Anything you think is important that employers must see or should see should be put on your ePortfolio. That being said, make sure you ARE NOT posting anything you would not like a future employer to see and that you are presenting this information about yourself in a clean and straightforward way. It is highly recommended that you let a someone review and critique your website before making it live, in order to make sure everything looks alright. Also, it is important to remember that this ePortfolio should be a living document, meaning you should keep adding to it as you progress in your time here and even after you graduate!