I apologize for submitting the question twice
1. Through the use of e-portfolios, student work was digitized and kept on record in
computerized systems, revised over time, and is available for students to organize and
present to faculty, friends, and to prospective employers.
2. Students can digitize work in various media formats such as podcasts, discussion boards,
in blogs, digital video, shown in slide show presentations, or electronic journals.
Through the use of e-portfolios, students can share their creative work and documented
life experiences with others who provide feedback and assessment of their learning and
3. Another trait that characterizes millennial students is the need for timely feedback on
their work. Feedback can be vital for millennial students, who feel an impulsive need for
acceptance and often working zealously to achieve approval.
4. The e-portfolio permits instructors and evaluators to review materials online and also
providing a means of fast, sometimes instant, feedback.
5. Often, reviewers can view the information presented online and responding to the student
by email or to call them on the phone.
6. With an e-portfolio system, faculty can move beyond their own courses and start to track
the progress of each student over an entire program, over a whole curriculum, or tracking
them throughout a series of courses.
7. This allows for ongoing evaluation, a student can reflect on feedback, and continual
8. For example, if an institution wished to track student progress in writing skills from
freshman to senior year, faculty could integrate a regiment of writing assignments
throughout the program all designed for clear comparison to show improvement in
9. Students can be required to archive the collection of writing assignments in their eportfolio
And making the archive available to their instructors who can evaluate, comparing, and they can
Provide feedback from a current and historical perspective.
10. Students have a means to identify areas for improvement over time, making adjustments,
and to verify that they have improved.
This looks like a homework assignment for the experts. They say, we will never learn if we have others do our work for us. It is better to try two or three sentences on your own to get the better understanding of the parallel structure. We are not supposed to ask questions without even making an attempt to solve it. What do you say, Mr. Jose?
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