Select items that showcase key learnings, accomplishments, or failures. Portfolios are intended to showcase your best work and associated skills, and also demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning and a growth mindset by responding to idea that just didn’t work out.

This assignment provides the opportunity to curate, revise, reflect upon 2 of the online exercises you’ve completed to date(Intelligent Failure and Don’t Know I Need Help). The online exercises were designed to help you learn the lesson content, particularly key ideas introduced in the theoretical readings. In contrast, the portfolio shifts the focus to critical evaluation and individualization:Why are creative leadership theories and practices important to your industry?How might you adapt and transfer course knowledge to your area of practice?What did you learn and why is it valuable?
Instructions:
Select items that showcase key learnings, accomplishments, or failures. Portfolios are intended to showcase your best work and associated skills, and also demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning and a growth mindset by responding to idea that just didn’t work out.To integrate online exercises, simply copy text/pictures from relevant discussion thread and paste them into a Word document. Consider using distinct sections for each online exercise. Also, you may revise the online exercises by expanding upon ideas or editing.ReflectionAfter each online exercise you curate, reflect upon a key learning gained through experience. The primary purpose of the reflections is to make your key insights/learnings explicit and to identify why they are valuable. Approach each reflection as a mini-report that shares the key idea and provides enough context for someone else to appreciate it. Use grammatically complete sentences and paragraph structure.You are required to briefly quote or paraphrase at least 2 theoretical readings from 2 different weeks/units. Use MLA style and try to keep the quotes as short as possible; avoid quotes longer than 2 sentences unless absolutely necessary
Checklist1. Did the submission curate 2 online exercises as outlined in the assignment instructions?2. Did the reflections use MLA to quote and/or paraphrase at least 2 articles from 2 different week/units?3. Did the submission include a Works Cited formatted using MLA style?
Assessment CriteriaThe Reflective Portfolio will primarily be assessed via depth of reflection, completion, and professionalism. Detailed descriiptions of each level of achievement are incorporated into the rubric which is attached to this Assignment Folder (it is usually displayed in the bottom-right corner).
Depth of ReflectionThis is the most important criteria and it assess the value provided by reflecting upon your learnings. It is relatively easy to identify what you learned, our goal is to explain why those learnings are important to you and your industry. It asks, how much did the author benefit from the reflections?
CompletionThis criteria assesses the degree to which the submission met the assignment’s guidelines, such as integrating 2 online exercises, quoting/paraphrasing 2 articles from 2 different weeks, and including the signed Academic Integrity Checklist. It asks, did the submission follow all key criteria?