The Portfolio Organizer

Succeeding with Portfolios in Your Classroom

The Portfolio Organizer

Offers a flexible framework to guide decision making for effective and efficient use of portfolios in classrooms and schools.

The Portfolio and the Diagram

Architecture, Discourse, and Modernity in America

The Portfolio and the Diagram

A history of modern architecture as a discursive practice.

The Portfolio

The Portfolio

The portfolio is the single most important part of every architectural student's education. This book proides a complete guide to preparing, compiling and presenting this crucial element of the architecture course. The experienced author team gives practical advice for the creation of the portfolio covering issues of size, storage, layout and order. They go on to guide the student through the various forms a portfolio can take: the Electronic Portfolio, the Academic Portfolio and the Professional Portfolio suggesting different approaches and different media to use in order to create the strongest portfolio possible. The team also presents the best examples from international student portfolios to show the reader their recommendations in practice. The book has a companion website where full colour representations of the best examples of portfolio work can be accessed. Also in the Seriously Useful Guides series: * The Dissertation * The Crit * Practical Experience

The Portfolio Connection

Student Work Linked to Standards

The Portfolio Connection

This third edition covers implementing portfolios that incorporate standards. Includes examples for students with special needs, plus expanded information on e-portfolios and NCLB's impact on assessment.

The Portfolio

The Portfolio


The Portfolio

The Portfolio


The Portfolio

The Portfolio


The Portfolio 2010

The Portfolio 2010

This is the literary journal for Rocky Bayou Christian School.

The Portfolio Bubble

Surviving Professionally at 60

The Portfolio Bubble

The first wave of baby boomers is reaching retirement age. Some are professionals who don't aspire to retire. For some, retiring and spending time on the golf course or with grandkids is the ultimate reward after a life of work. For others, work is the reward, and it is for those people, professionals who plan to continue working at age 60 and beyond, that Mike Willard has written The Portfolio Bubble: Surviving Professionally at 60. In The Portfolio Bubble, Willard offers practical advice for professionals who find themselves planning for the next phase of their working life. He shows how to add life experiences and professional abilities to a work portfolio that can be used to launch a new career - or to reinvigorate an existing one. The Portfolio Bubble is written for an affluent, motivated audience. It stands alone in addressing the interests of the older executive who wants to prolong his work-life and is looking for answers.