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"The digital representation of the Quantified Student already exists: It’s called an e-portfolio. Today, e-portfolios ask students to tag their work with relevant skills and educators are assessing and scoring work samples. Tomorrow, in addition, algorithms will pore through student work to ascertain actual skills with an increasing (and surprising) level of accuracy. As employers see millions of Quantified Students represented on these platforms, they will flock to post jobs with the view of attracting strong matches."Digital portfolios have been an important part of my teaching and learning career. From the first year that I started teaching, I created a portfolio to showcase the work each year. I used the portfolio as a presentation tool in my evaluations at the end of the year. What's so amazing is the opportunity to reflect on the work you have done and how much you do as a teacher.