Joceyann Abraham arrived at her interview in the Kealakehe High School administration building with more than a welcoming smile, a handful of index cards and a rehearsed spiel about meeting the required General Learner Outcomes and Habits of Mind.
Abraham, 18, also had a multimedia ePortfolio highlighting what she’s learned, cares about and is able to do. Accessing it through the Internet, she showed examples of her best work, achievements and assessments with Kealakehe High Principal Wil Murakami and Kohala Elementary School Principal Danny Garcia. She also shared information about her personal interests.
This ePortfolio and interview were part of her Personal Transition Plan, a requirement for all graduating students.
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