Looking for suggestions on how to provide portfolio evidence
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    Unhappy Looking for suggestions on how to provide portfolio evidence

    I used this program years ago and it had literally tons of printable evidence of homeschooling and now I got it again to help create my portfolio. Am I missing something because it looks like there is very little in the way of printable proof outside of lesson reports (which consist of bar graphs) and a handful of worksheets. I got to say he has done a good bit of work that I have virtually no way of proving now outside of the bar graphs, which I think will be laughed out of the conference. So am I missing something, please someone tell me I am cause the review is going to go very poorly otherwise.

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    Default Re: Looking for suggestions on how to provide portfolio evidence

    Hi! Time4Learning has prepared some material about maintaining a homeschool portfolio with their curriculum. Items to include in a portfolio are printouts of completed tests, any worksheets or writing assignments you have graded, a report for each subject, any certificates you have generated from within your parent account, and non-T4L things your student has done.

    Here is the information about Maintaining a Homeschool Portfolio with Time4Learning.

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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