Project portfolio

Submitted by Manuel Rodrigu… on Mon, 07/30/2018 - 12:34

A portfolio is a collection of documents that show different realizations of a person (personal, academic, professional) or of an organization, selected and organized in a reflexive way and presented in digital format: text, images, animations, simulations, audio and video. It allows the teacher to objectively document the student's work and facilitate its objective evaluation. The basic components are: specific objectives, are developed for a specific task, contains evidence of the work done and includes personal reflections about the evidence incorporated. Portfolios are a popular and effective way of motivating young learners, providing a fun way to review language and helping them to reflect on their own objectives, ways of learning and success. There are many advantages for teachers and learners.

All subjects
Blended learning
Online learning
Sequence of activities
  • Purpose, in which tutor and student jointly establish objectives and procedures.
  • Collection of evidence and classification of them.
  • Reflection on the evidence provided.
  • Connection, interaction, dialogue and feedback.
  • Summative reflection, selection and evaluation.
  • Presentation and publication.
Assessment method
Application Software
Communication tools (Videoconference, Forum and Chat)
IT infrastructure ( or other specific hardware)
Room equipment (e.g. Flip chart, projector or other hardware)

Peter Lenz & Gunther Schneider: European Language Portfolios.




> 2 hours
Grade your contribution (I consider this TEL method can be used with TEL tools)