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Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
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Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
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Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
Portfolio For Assessment
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  • 1. Portfolio Reported by: Julie Jane R. Pagcaliwangan Rezlie T. Lavalle Rushell S. Ganancial Eva L. Robles Raffy HIlario
  • 2. Portfolio: Definition A portfolio is a compilation of materials that exemplifies your beliefs, skills, qualifications, education, training, and experiences. It provides insight into your personality and work ethic. All in all, it is a representation of your professionalism.
  • 3. What is a Student Portfolio?  It is a systematic collection of student work and related material that depicts a student’s activities, accomplishments, and achievements in one or more school subjects. Source: Venn, J. J. Assessing Students with Special Needs. (2000)
  • 4. Why should I have a portfolio? The process of putting together a portfolio itself will help you become a more effective interviewee. You will be identifying the skills you have gained through your various experiences and how they relate to the career you are interested in.
  • 5. Why should I have a portfolio? Choosing the most relevant experiences and putting them in an easily understood format will help you better articulate your skills and experiences when asked questions about your qualifications in an interview
  • 6. PURPOSE OF PORTFOLIO •Use as alternative/authentic assessment •is closely linked to instruction •by nature incorporated fully into instruction
  • 7. promote positive student involvement offer the teacher and student an in-depth knowledge of the student as a learner. PURPOSE OF PORTFOLIO
  • 8. introduces students to an evaluation format with which they may need to become familiar as more schools and districts adopt portfolio assessment. gives the teacher opportunities to involve parents in their children's learning. PURPOSE OF PORTFOLIO
  • 9. Types of Portfolios Showcase/Display Portfolio Process/Growth Documentation Source: Basal, F. et. al. Measurement and Evaluation A Course Module (2003)
  • 10. Showcase/Display Portfolio  summative evaluation of students' very best work, determined through a combination of student and teacher selection  especially compatible with audio-visual artifact development, including photographs, videotapes, and electronic records of students' completed work  should also include written analysis and reflections by the student upon the decision-making process(es) used to determine which works are included
  • 11. Process/Growth Portfolio  documents all facets or phases of the learning process. They are particularly useful in documenting students' overall learning process  show how students integrate specific knowledge or skills and progress towards both basic and advanced mastery  emphasizes students' reflection upon their learning process, including the use of reflective journals, think logs, and related forms of metacognitive processing
  • 12. Documentation Portfolio  also know as the "working" portfolio  can include everything from brainstorming activities to drafts to finished products  the collection becomes meaningful when specific items are selected out to focus on particular educational experiences or goals  can include the bet and weakest of student work.
  • 13. Criteria for Portfolio  Artifacts (may include journal records, illustrations, letters, themes, collection of speeches)  Reproduction (may include photos, cassettes, videotapes)
  • 14. Criteria for Portfolio  Attestations (documents about the portfolio owner written by someone else—a classmate, a friend, parents, or teachers)  Productions (articles prepared especially for the portfolio—goal statements, reflections, and captions)
  • 15. Sample Portfolio Entries Work samples (graded and ungraded) Journals Tests Checklists Projects Observations Scores Self- assessments Reflections Performances videotapes Pictures Audiotapes Interviews Source: Public Schools of North Carolina, Dept. of Public Instruction U.S. Dept. of Education. Assessment, Articulation, and Accountability (1999)
  • 16. Parts of a Portfolio  Unifying theme for the Portfolio  Cover  Statement to the Reader  Table of Contents  Dividers  Content Pieces  Content Reflection  Reader Comment Page  Teacher Comment Page Source: Basal, F. et. al. Measurement and Evaluation A Course Module (2003)
  • 17. Unifying Theme  A unifying theme or style to tie the portfolio together  Can be done graphically by using a consistent border design or logo or verbally by using a quotation
  • 18. Cover Page  Create cover page complete with title, student name, and school year
  • 19. Statement to the Reader  Write a letter to the reader introducing the portfolio
  • 20. Table of Contents List contents and corresponding page numbers
  • 21. Dividers  Include dividers at appropriate places throughout the portfolios (e.g. different colored papers or borders, different quotation, different graphic design per section)
  • 22. Content Pieces  Choose pieces of student work with labels
  • 23. Content Reflection  Student reflected on each content piece
  • 24. Reader Comment Page  Invite comments and reflections from whoever reading the portfolio
  • 25. Teacher Comment Page  Invite comments from teachers
  • 26. Source: Basal, F. et. al. Measurement and Evaluation A Course Module (2003)
  • 27. Source: Basal, F. et. al. Measurement and Evaluation A Course Module (2003)
  • 28. -fin- References: Basal, F. et. al. Measurement and Evaluation A Course Module (2003) Public Schools of North Carolina, Dept. of Public Instruction U.S. Dept. of Education. Assessment, Articulation, and Accountability (1999) Venn, J. J. Assessing Students with Special Needs. (2000)

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