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(replaces the former Learning Portfolio assignment)
Students will successfully submit and complete four of the following six portfolio entries by February of their Junior year—coinciding with the deadline for applying for student teaching. All six entries must be successfully completed by the end of the spring semester of their junior year. Students will submit electronically on our UD Social Studies Education Canvas site.
Entry 1: Inquiry and analysis of History as a discipline
Entry 2: Inquiry and analysis of Political Science as a discipline
Entry 3: Inquiry and analysis of Economics as a discipline
Entry 4: Inquiry and analysis of Geography as a discipline
Entry 5: Inquiry and analysis of Psychology (or Sociology or Anthropology) as a discipline
Entry 6: Civic Engagement—planning for and taking action (see separate instructions on Entry 6)
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Choose one course that you have taken in this discipline and respond to the following prompts:
Note: The course syllabus must include the semester and year that you took this course. The work sample must include the date that the work was turned in as well as the name of the course and the instructor. Highlight in the course syllabus where this work sample occurred.