my technology design cycle report
It shows a development of people through out day, time,month and year step by step.
This shows/demonstrate the well beings of the assessment that you are doing and the grade you would/want to pursue, it also helps children/young adult to go through what they need to do for a good grade.
This portfolio/e-portfolio is mostly made at the end of the year to show case and highlight the student work ,through out there studies.
definition of e-portfolio
e-portfolio is a electronic folio where students can store information and a collection of evidence . students can talk about anything, and it can also help young adult to improve thier critical thinking and helps them to develop their writing and multimedia skills.
- be free
- electronic and accessible from any device that can be connected to the internet (tablet, smart phone, desktop computer and laptop)
- be able to store work produced in all classes, i.e. a wide variety of files (images, text, video and sound)
- contain sections for all MYP subjects, MIA and C&S
- have a home page that explains both who the student is and an introduction and explanation of the e-portfolio, furthermore, there must be a photo of the student
- have a good URL &/or Title
- be professional and academic... not cute, funny, silly, etc.
- people can access your work(if you allow them)
- good explanation
- good grammar
Explain who will test your product (5 people).
Explain how they will test it (included the criteria which is linked to the design specifications).Explain when the test will take place.
The Wide Variety of Portfolios
why student use e-portfolios?
Criterion A: Investigate EVALUATION
0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.
1 — 2 The student states the problem. The student investigates the problem, collecting information from sources. The student lists some specifications.
3 — 4 The student describes the problem, mentioning its relevance. The student investigates the problem, selecting and analyzing information from some acknowledged sources. The student describes a test to evaluate the product/solution against the design specification.
5 — 6 The student explains the problem, discussing its relevance. The student critically investigates the problem, evaluating information from a broad range of appropriate, acknowledged sources. The student describes detailed methods for appropriate testing to evaluate the product/solution against the design specification.