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    1. 1. Powerful PowerPoint Porfolios
    2. 2. Powerful PowerPoint Portfolios Arielle Goldstein www.ariellegoldstein.com/Workshops/PPP.html
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. 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)
    5. 5. 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)
    6. 6. 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
    7. 7. Why PowerPoint? Why Interactive? Why Portfolios? Images courtesy of Flickr & creative commons Homepage Conclusion How toHow to
    8. 8. Why PowerPoint? Example of SmartArt
    9. 9. PowerPoint is Common Most schools have PowerPoint Most schools have PowerPoint Example of shapes Most households too! No Internet Access Needed
    10. 10. Built in Features Layouts Designs Font Styles Colors Image Adjustments Example of images
    11. 11. Freedom  PowerPoint will provide you with a blank slate  Complete freedom of:  Text  Color  Shapes  Animations  Layouts  Imagery
    12. 12. Multimedia Capable Example of video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B3tujXlbdk&feature=related
    13. 13. Why interactivity?  More interesting to the end-user  Allows for multiple topics and more data  Is a skill in itself  Allows for multiple connects
    14. 14. 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)
    15. 15. 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
    16. 16. 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.  End Show End Show

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