Profile Page

Profile Page

Life is a great big canvas, and you should throw all the paint on it you can.  ~Danny Kaye

***As an essential element to your profile page, you must include a screen-cast, expressing your thoughts on many of the questions below, in addition to your written reflection.  The screen-cast can incorporate photos, music, etc- everything that reflects the "unique you."  The final product can be produced through I-Movie as an option.

1.  Who are you?  What makes you unique?  What are your goals and dreams?  

*  Tell your readers, in three paragraphs or less, about yourself.  
*  Identify the purpose of the portfolio, the audience, and the contents.  
*  Why did you create this portfolio?  
*  Feel free to insert an audio or video as well, as a vehicle for self-expression.

2.  Answer the following two questions-

a.  I am the sort of person who learns well when........
b.  I am the sort of person who does not learn well when......

3.  Strength Assessment  (these are ideas to incorporate into the profile page- all are built around the concept of self-awareness)

*  Who are you as a reader/learner?
*  Can you describe your learning style?
*  How does feedback or messages from others impact your learning?
*  What are your strengths?

*  My best trait is.....
*  I struggle most with....
*  My favorite learning environment is...
*  I help myself most by....
*  Something that gets in the way of learning is....
*  I learn best by.....
*  I am interested in......

*NOTE:  Numbers 2 and 3 were suggestions from chapter 4- Self-Awareness, from the book, Classroom Habitudes:  Teaching Habits and Attitudes for 21st Century Learning, by Angela Maiers

**NOTE: was used for image above.  This site provides high resolution digital stock photographs and reference images for either corporate or public use. The purpose of this site is to provide free image reference material for illustrators, comic book artist, designers, teachers and all creative pursuits.

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