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  • Powerful PowerPoint Porfolios Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
  • Powerful PowerPoint Portfolios Arielle Goldstein www.ariellegoldstein.com/Workshops/PPP.html
  • Portfolio According to Merriam-Webster a hinged cover or flexible case for carrying loose papers, pictures, or pamphlets a set of pictures (as drawings or photographs) usually bound in book form or loose in a folder a selection of a student's papers and tests compiled
  • Portfolio
    • “ Collection of artifacts that you thoughtfully select to show evidence” (Lombardi)
    • “ Variety of artifacts, documentation, and reflections that are developmentally appropriate …includes evidence of understanding and ability” (Seitz)
    • “ a process of collection, selection and reflection” (Kruse)
    • “ systematic collection and focus on information that learning occurs” (Kruse)
  • Portfolio
    • “ Used to provide evidence and to demonstrate accountability of meeting standards and benchmarks” (Seitz)
    • “ A collection of items that celebrates the child” (Seitz)
    • shows potentiality as a cognitive organizer … draw greater "big picture" understandings of disciplinary knowledge and processes” (Kruse)
    • “ Capture the artifacts and evidence of students learning and to help students use reflection” (Lombardi)
  • Common Themes
    • Collection of evidence and artifacts
    • Students become responsible for their own learning
    • Reflective process
      • Articulate their learning
    • Connection between process and product
    • No more memorization or reproduction of material
  • Why PowerPoint ? Why Interactive? Why Portfolios? Images courtesy of Flickr & creative commons Homepage Conclusion How to
  • Why PowerPoint? Example of SmartArt
  • PowerPoint is Common Most schools have PowerPoint Example of shapes Most households too! No Internet Access Needed
  • Built in Features Layouts Designs Font Styles Colors Image Adjustments Example of images
  • Freedom
    • PowerPoint will provide you with a blank slate
    • Complete freedom of:
      • Text
      • Color
      • Shapes
      • Animations
      • Layouts
      • Imagery
  • Multimedia Capable Example of video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B3tujXlbdk&feature=related
  • Why interactivity?
    • More interesting to the end-user
    • Allows for multiple topics and more data
    • Is a skill in itself
    • Allows for multiple connects
  • Why Portfolios?
    • Tracking of learning over longer episodes is more effective than a single observation
    • Demonstrate and encourage the important connection between process and product
    • Turn collaboration, reflection, and discussion into a norm
    • “ portable residency”
    • Students become responsible to demonstrate their learning
      • Teacher and students become participants and partners
    • (Lombardi)
  • Resources
    • Websites
    • www.taskstream.com
    • www.eportfolio.org
    • www.desire2learn.com/eportfolio/
    • Many schools have their own websites:
    • http://portfolio.psu.edu/
    • http://eportfolio.ed.sc.gov/login_2.cfm ?
    • Books
    • Eportfolios For Lifelong Learning and Assessment- Darren Cambridge
    • Handbook of Resarch on Eportfolios - Catherine Kaufman Jafari
  • Resources
    • Kruse, S. D. (2001). Creating communities of reform: continuous improvement planning teams. Journal of Educational Administration , 359-383.
    • Lombardi, J. (2008). To Portfolio or Not to Portolio: Helpful or Hyped? College Teaching , 7-10.
    • Segers, M., Gijbels, D., & Thurlings, M. (2008). The relationship between students' perceptions of portfolio assessment proactice and their approaches to learning. Eduational Studies , 35-44.
    • Seitz, H., & Carol, B. (2008). Powerful Portfolios for Young Children. Early Childhood Education , 63-68. 
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