In this course students will gain an understanding of various types of portfolio design. They will develop the necessary skills to enable them to successfully assemble a portfolio that is representative of their educational and professional experience while at Douglas College.
- Introduction to portfolio design
Introduction to portfolio methods
- Types of portfolio to include:
Collection of evidence
- Theme development
- Common features
- Guiding principles
Use of multimedia and the web
- Relevant areas
- Video, slide, software
- Electronic portfolio
- Web-based portfolio
Methods of Instruction
- Discussion groups
- Practical application
- Computer Lab
- Field observation
- Self-study via print or online materials
- Reading assignments
- Instructor tutoring
Means of Assessment
This is a mastery/non-mastery course.
The selection of evaluation tools for this course is based upon adherence to Douglas College evaluation policy regarding number and weighting of evaluations. For example, a course of three credits or more should have at least three separate evaluations.
The following is presented as an example assessment format for this course:
- Assignments 1/3
- Major project 1/3
- Preparation and Participation 1/3
Students must attend all scheduled seminars (meetings) and achieve at least a ‘mastery’ level competency (70%) on all assignments and the major project to receive credit for this course.
Upon completion of this portfolio course, the student shall be able to:
- Understand various types of portfolio design.
- Start the collection process of evidence that records the social, cognitive, emotional, creative, and physical performance development of the individual.
- Develop a framework that outlines the portfolio process.
- Access various multi-media and web applications and that will enhance portfolio development
Enrollment in the Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching Program
Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester/year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
Below shows how this course and its credits transfer within the BC transfer system.
A course is considered university-transferable (UT) if it transfers to at least one of the five research universities in British Columbia: University of British Columbia; University of British Columbia-Okanagan; Simon Fraser University; University of Victoria; and the University of Northern British Columbia.
For more information on transfer visit the BC Transfer Guide and BCCAT websites.
If your course prerequisites indicate that you need an assessment, please see our Assessment page for more information.