A portfolio can take many forms and has many purposes. It will, of course, be set as an assessed piece of work, but it can also be a key piece of evidence for future employers. It tends to be a bulky item with all evidence of your work or experience in it. It will include reflective entries: the ‘learning journal’ and perhaps a longer piece of reflective writing that articulates the processes involved from start to finish. Your reader should be able to see the link between what you say you have done or learnt and the evidence that supports your claims.
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