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Portfolios are an important tool of the student information scientist. Students use portfolios as a way to organize and review their learning.

Portfolios include both process materials as well as final products. For example, the item below (click to enlarge the visual) shows a planning sheet for a project on Colonial Jamestown.


The following examples demonstrates how portfolios facilitate the learning experiences of the student information scientist.

National Forest Debate

teen Cody was very proud of his success on his national forest project. He decides to add this final report to his portfolio along with other documents that he's been collecting throughout his high school career.

Explore Cody's investigation for more detail.





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