CESA 7 ACP Artifact Reflections

ACP Artifact Reflection

Students will gather artifcats throughout their high school career that correspond with specific skills they have developed through their classes, co-curriculars and work-based learning.  Student artifacts could include: 

notecards from a speech they gave

print screens of a website they developed

program from the school musical they performed in

copy of CPR certifcation they earned

team photo of a sport they participated in

printouts of the slides they presented with their peers in a class

copy of pages from their Chemistry lab notebook

photo of a project they completed in a tech ed or art class

a copy of their SAE from an Agriscience class

copy of an employer eval from their Youth Apprenticeship experience, etc...

Once a student has selected an artifact that demonstrates their growth and development, they link their learning to a soft skill they developed through this experience.  Students create a 3-5 minute presentation reflecting on the experience represented by the artifact, why they chose the artifact and how this experience links to the development of a particular soft skill.

The student presents in front of their peers and the advisor or instructor completes the rubric providing feedback to prepare students for discussing their experiences in an interview setting in the future.