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NSTP DIGITAL PORTFOLIO
This project is a compilation of all your achievements and accomplishments in NSTP (first and second semester).
This is a required GROUP PROJECT and equivalent to your FINALS. You will get a grade of INC once you haven’t submitted this requirement.
Please be guided by the following components your output: Cover page of the CD/DVD portfolio (around half inch size-1 inch formal shot picture of each member with full name indicated below-just make sure it will fit the CD/DVD). Print the picture in a bond paper. Include only the members who participated in making the portfolio and place your group name and NSTP section below the pictures.

Example:

Folder 1: Group Profile (5 points)
Accomplish this form Group Name: NSTP Section:

2 x 2 formal shot picture | Name | Email Address | Mobile Number | | | | | 2. Leaders Narrative – rate the members according to their participation in all group activities (1 – lowest; 10 – highest). Give a short description on how she/he became part of your NSTP experience (1-2 sentences only). Save the file in word, make sure to put a password (Save As, look for tools, select general options, password to open.) Send the password through MESSAGES in eLEAP to your facilitator.
3. Members Narrative – rate your leader according to his role in the group (1 – lowest; 10 – highest). The documentation officer will collate all data and get the average rating. Each member will write a 1-2 sentence description on how the leader became a part of their NSTP experience, this will be collected by the Documentation Officer as well. Place in one Word file with password. Send the password through MESSAGES in eLEAP to your facilitator.
Folder 2: Files and data forms place the CDP assignment submitted during the first semester and the…...

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