This is where you tie it all together into a coherent narrative for your ePortfolio audience, demonstrating the patterns in your learning, discussing what you have learned and pointing out where you would like to learn more. In this narrative you can hyperlink to specific evidence as needed. In other words, you may want to point readers to “before” and “after” posts about something you have learned or to a post in which you began to question an assumption. You can link to areas within your blog or to evidence and information at other sites. Put this reflection on your landing page such as a “Welcome to my ePortfolio.” You can also add reflections about a single outcome to a category page since a post will remain at the top of the page as long as it is the most recent. Once you have written your reflection(s) it is time to pull all the elements together for your ePortfolio presentation.
How to Reflect
- Write your reflection on a page instead of a post.
- In your reflection, point readers to your evidence by linking to your posts.
- You can also link to entire categories, or help your readers out by linking to your tags, which can help filter through the material.
- Set your ePortfolio Front Page (a.k.a homepage) to point to your reflection page.