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1 Columbus East High School August 2008 – May 2012 E-PORTFOLIO

2 Essentials Freshman Coursework Service Learning Sophomore Coursework Technology Career Interests Sophomore Exhibition Senior Project Junior Coursework Senior Coursework MAIN MENU Jane Doe CEHS Guiding Principles Standards for Success for a World Class Learning Community

3 3 ESSENTIALS WHO AM I? RESUME 4-YEAR PLAN TRANSCRIPT INDIVIDUAL GROWTH ASSESSMENT INDIVIDUAL GROWTH PLAN

4 4 FRESHMAN COURSEWORK EnglishMathScienceSocial Studies Health/WellnessKeystoneElectiveExtracurricular/Work Label each course with the appropriate course title (Math – Geometry). Place 1-2 pieces of work for each of the following courses. The project, test, quiz, etc. will be compared to other work to show growth for the Cornerstone Project. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

5 5 SOPHOMORE COURSEWORK EnglishMathScienceSocial Studies Health/WellnessElective Extracurricular/Work Label each course with the appropriate course title. Place 1-2 pieces of work for each of the following courses. The project, test, quiz, etc. will be compared to other work to show growth for the Cornerstone Project. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

6 6 SOPHOMORE EXHIBITION Cornerstone Instructions Learner Expectation Worksheets My Letter to the Roundtable

7 7 JUNIOR COURSEWORK EnglishMathScienceSocial Studies Health/WellnessElective Extracurricular/Work Label each course with the appropriate course title. Place 1-2 pieces of work for each of the following courses. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

8 8 SENIOR COURSEWORK EnglishMathScienceSocial Studies Health/WellnessElective Extracurricular/Work Label each course with the appropriate course title. Place 1-2 pieces of work for each of the following courses. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

9 9 Research Paper Project SENIOR PROJECT Use this space to include pictures, reflections, and any other relevant information related to your senior project. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

10 10 TECHNOLOGY Use this space to list technology and/or software with which you are proficient and/or familiar. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.) Use these rows to show proof of your technology proficiency if not already shown somewhere in the E-Portfolio. (Delete this Text Box afterwards.)

11 11 SERVICE LEARNING Date(s)DescriptionPhotosReflection

12 12 CAREER PLAN Career Plans Elementary School: Middle School: High School: Career/Interest Inventory Results: Career Cluster: Career Path: (How will you reach your career?)

13 13 CEHS OLYMPIAN GUIDING EXPECTATIONS Community Build a sense of communityCaring Take care of yourself, take care of each other, take care of the placeCommitment Be actively engaged in learning and committed to qualityRespect Respect and encourage the right to learn and the right to teach at all timesResponsibility Be responsible and accountable for your choices COMMITMENT COMMUNITY RESPECTRESPONSIBILTY CARING

14 14 STANDARDS FOR SUCCESS LEARNER Confident and Empowered Learner Effective Communicator Responsible Contributor Motivated Learner Quality Performer Collaborative Worker

15 15 COLLABORATIVE WORKER Works productively as a group member. Values cooperation as well as individual performance to work toward collective goals. Considers differences of opinion while open to change. Understands oneself and respects the complex identities of others, their histories, and their cultures. Demonstrates the ability to teach and learn. Recognizes the need to bring people together to accomplish the task.

16 16 QUALITY PERFORMER Achieves results from an intended purpose. Completes tasks that reflect accuracy and quality. Uses technology, tools, and information systems. Accesses and disseminates information using the most appropriate technology. Manages own continuous education, training, and career development.

17 17 MOTIVATED LEARNER Sets Priorities and achievable goals. Evaluates and monitors progress toward goals. Uses self control. Takes responsibility for actions. Learns independently. Learns from experience through persistence and risk-taking. Displays integrity in learning. Turns curiosity into learning opportunities.

18 18 RESPONSIBLE CONTRIBUTOR Demonstrates high moral conduct, intellectual honesty, and understands ethical consequences of decisions and actions. Actively contributes to shared goals through regular attendance and participation. Demonstrates positive, supportive relationships with family, co-workers, and community members. Manages personal, financial, social, community, and natural resources with an awareness of local and global consequences.

19 19 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR Organizes thoughts and ideas and communicates clearly. Listens with an open mind, interprets, and responds to different forms of communications. Expresses opinions and varying points-of-view in a constructive and civil manner. Is able to express oneself to various audiences using forms of communication such as oral, written, artistic, and electronic.

20 20 CONFIDENT & EMPOWERED LEARNER Seeks and evaluates information from a variety of sources. Understands and works within complex systems and with diverse groups. Demonstrates intellectual agility and the ability to manage change. Transforms information into knowledge and knowledge into judgment and action. Recognizes patterns, sequences, relationships and/or principles and applies them to new settings or situations. Understands and uses quantitative and qualitative analysis to solve problems.


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