Presenting Your Work

Each significant "PIECE" of work you do in class can be featured on your portfolio on it's own page
Here are some tips to help you present them effectively:
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ANECDOTES
Show AND Tell!

  • TITLE
  • Dated Completed and duration

Include meaningful ANECDOTES
  • Why This
    What was the objective of the piece? What were you trying to learn?
  • Challenges
    What were the significant challenges that you had to overcome? What was the hardest part?
  • Highlights
    What breakthroughs did you make? What do you think you did particularly well?
  • What You Learned!
    What did you learn in making this piece?
    What skills were added to your skill-set?

    What would you do DIFFERENTLY if given the chance to do it again?

    What suggestions might you have for other students who might take this challenge on?

REVISIONS
Did you have significant REVISIONS or ITERATIONS of your project? After you've presented the FINAL PIECE, You can show the stages of development you went through by including snapshots of earlier versions.

2016 Proposed Alternative Anecdote Format:

  • What You LEARNED!
    What did you learn in making this piece?
    What skills were added to your skill-set?
  • What went WRONG
    What were the significant challenges that you had to overcome? What was the hardest part?What would you do DIFFERENTLY if given the chance to do it again?
  • What went RIGHT
    What breakthroughs did you make? What do you think you did particularly well?
  • TIPS
    What suggestions might you have for other students who might take this challenge on?