For the Final Mask I decided to use nature since it was a recurring theme with my other two masks. I used roots to interpret growth and flowers as I had incorporated them in my mood board. I also used images of things that I believe represent objects that are appealing to me, and […]
book-114ejvs For this Project my main priority was to show the passing of time through the growth of human beings. In this book I decided to use black and white photos to emphasize the action and person in the picture rather than the colors. I also believe that a black an white photo book can […]
The Pencil Man first knew pencils as graphite sticks wrapped in string. They were later inserted into hollow wooden stick and then finally developed into what we use today. Pencils are essentially tools for writing and drawing consisting of a narrow tube of wood, hollow on the inside to carry a strip of graphite […]
Mask Project: The Snake Growing up in in Florida as a young girl, park adventures or a walk near the mangroves always meant running into a reptile. From a young age, I created a fear of reptiles due to the countless encounters I had with snakes, specifically. The one time I came the closest […]
By the end of your first semester, you will have posted a lot of content to your learning portfolio. One of the challenges for you, your instructors, potential employers, family and friends will be sorting through it all. The Courses and Topics menus based on categories and tags, the tag list, your post titles and […]
Get to know the layout of the learning portfolio. Theme The WordPress theme used by the learning portfolio is called Tetris – Newschool.edu.
The Learning Portfolio is where you will tell your Parsons story. If you have questions or would like to learn more about the many ways you can design your portfolio, be sure to visit the Student Resources + Support site at portfolio.newschool.edu/studentsupport. But before you do, be sure to read the About pages under Courses and Topics […]
By uploading files to a learning portfolio site to share with others, students are declaring that they created the content or that they have the right/permission to distribute this material within a class (in the case of Canvas) or on the Internet (in the case of uploading to a learning portfolio site). Should you have […]