Nagasaki University’s study portfolio is on LACS (Study Support System).
You can regularly self-assess using the rubrics in your learning portfolio. In addition, Required Student Survey, competency tests, and reflections on the Course Review (partial) are automatically accumulated.
In addition, the learning deliverables you submit from LACS in class will be automatically accumulated in your learning portfolio. It is a good idea to upload the learning deliverables submitted by other methods to your learning portfolio.
By doing this, you will be able to look back on your own growth over the course of the school year, and if you properly accumulate the learning outcomes you have created, you will be damaged by harassment such as incorrect grade evaluation. You can show it as proof when you meet.
The learning portfolio is equipped with a rubric to grasp the status of abilities on its own once every six months.
In addition, the study portfolio accumulates Required Student Survey, some items of the Course Review, and deliverables submitted in class.
What is accumulated in the learning portfolio
- Multifaceted evaluation of abilities (rubrics, Required Student Survey, Required Student Survey, Course Review)
- Learning deliverables (reports, assignments, etc.) submitted in class
- Courses and grade evaluation (depending on the faculty / department)
- High school learning experience
- CALL (language) usage status
- Learning behavior (study time outside class, travel experience, qualifications / licenses, etc.)
- Satisfaction (partial)
- Job hunting status
The learning portfolio as a record of learning while in school is also used for “comprehensive evaluation” at the time of graduation. This is specified in the curriculum policy of Nagasaki University.
Curriculum policy (excerpt)
Students accumulate their learning achievements in the learning portfolio system at any time. You can check your own growth trajectory by looking back on your learning portfolio. In addition, the learning portfolio will be used as a material for student guidance and advice by mentor faculty members. Furthermore, at the time of graduation, it will be used as a material for comprehensive evaluation of academic achievement at the university.