ePortfolio Assignment Guidelines
1) If you don't have a gmail account, create one. If you have one, log in.
2) Click on the link for "sites" near the top of the page.
3) CREATE A WEB PAGE
àClick the red button that says "create."
4) CHOOSE A TEMPLATE
à Click the box that says "Browse gallery for more" templates
àType "SHS" on the search template box on next page, then select the SHS ePortfolio Template.
6) WEBSITE NAME
à fill in the form to create a page. For a page name, enter "firstLast."
àif it tells you the place doesn’t exist(because there is someone else in the world with the same
name)add a number at the end or beginning of your name.
àClick create. It is loading for more that 30 seconds, go to your gmail page and hit sites again. You will
find that your page is already created. Click on it to access.
8) UPDATE MAIN PAGE
àAdd your name to the name page, write a brief summary about yourself & future goals
9)EMAIL ME YOUR WEBSITE ADDRESS
àGo to gmail and compose and email. Copy your website address and paste it to your email. Send the
email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get credit for the assignment.
Additional info:Use this template as a skeleton structure to create your SHS ePortfolio. This template is by no means all your ePortfolio will be made of. Add as much as you like, create pages in other places like posterous.com, wikispaces.com, wordpress.com, or any other place that may interest you and link them through your ePortfolio.
And don't forget to edit this page to be about you!
You can also check out some Video Tutorials to help explain how you can make your ePortfolio site as good as it can be.
Future Goals: enter any future goals you may have
Personal Statement ** Use this area to write a personal statement about what you feel this ePortfolio is presenting about you ... what does this ePortfolio mean to you.
My Future Plans: I love working around people and making a difference in the world. After graduating high school I want to go to college to study psychology or sociology. Although, I am not quite sure on what profession I want to have when I graduate from college I know I want to help people in need.
"This ePortfolio gave me a chance to express myself in a way that goes above and beyond a number or a code. I get to show my personality, skills, likes and dislikes and promote everything that makes me me, and makes me unique from everyone else."