Physical Therapy Portfolio
The portfolio project allows students enrolled in Northeastern's Doctor of Physical Therapy Program to build a reflective portfolio that showcases their work and personal development over the six and a half year program. Students upload artifacts during each year of their program that demonstrate the integration of both academic and experiential learning. The artifacts selected represent the students' academic work and demonstrate integration of their liberal arts, sciences and professional courses, as well as their clinical, co-op, community, and personal experiences. Because this is the inaugural year of the project, the first portfolios won't be completed until 2009. Therefore, the sample you'll see here represents a composite of the work of some of Northeastern's best physical therapy students over the past couple of years.
Although this sample is narrated; (click on the icon at the start of each description to listen),the typical portfolio will not be. To hear the narration you will need the Quicktime player/plugin loaded on your computer. If you do not have it, you can download it (for free) from http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/. The demo also includes video clips, to see the video clips you will need the real media player/plugin. If you do not have it, you can download it from http://www.real.com/