10 am I was on my way to an interview at a school that uses projects and I called the office of George Moraitis. The analyst who answered asked for the issue to be emailed to him (he claims to have hundreds of email messages) and he recalled the "Rhode Island proposal" when I said that I had met this condition.
He will contact me to arrange a meeting between himself, me and the legislative aide... December 1
The topic eventually will look like this: "What does a good portfolio look like?"
We will know one when we see it.
The examples below come from a blog that was found for me by my paper.li account (which delivered the following message):
A good portfolio is usually simple and
easy to navigate
A good portfolio has a simple theme and it is clear that someone has taken time to organize the elements.
It's nice if the portfolio is more than just words.
There is a plus if the student demonstrates facility in another language. Does the student get into the mind of the viewer and attempt to do something with what he's learned?
Is the viewer tempted to use something that the student has assembled?
Does the student use language in a colorful way?
Here are some of the portfolios that caught my eye from a list of 10 front pages selected by a designer who "reads design books the way a hamster eats carrots."