Portfolios PD

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Portfolios PD

  1. 1. portfolios
  2. 2. portfolios
  3. 3. portfolios What is a portfolio?
  4. 4. portfolios three types? Proof Process Product
  5. 5. portfolios Proof A.K.A. Documentation Portfolio: This type is also know as the "working" portfolio. Specifically, this approach involves a collection of work over time showing growth and improvement reflecting students' learning of identified outcomes. The documentation 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. It can include the bet and weakest of student work. Paulson, F.L. Paulson, P.R. and Meyer, CA. (1991, February). "What Makes a Portfolio a Portfolio?" Educational Leadership
  6. 6. portfolios Process A.K.A. Process Portfolio:  This approach documents all facets or phases of the learning process. They are particularly useful in documenting students' overall learning process. It can show how students integrate specific knowledge or skills and progress towards both basic and advanced mastery. Additionally, the process portfolio inevitably emphasizes students' reflection upon their learning process, including the use of reflective journals, think logs, and related forms of metacognitive processing. Paulson, F.L. Paulson, P.R. and Meyer, CA. (1991, February). "What Makes a Portfolio a Portfolio?" Educational Leadership
  7. 7. portfolios Product A.K.A. Showcase Portfolio:  This type of portfolio is best used for summative evaluation of students' mastery of key curriculum outcomes. It should include students' very best work, determined through a combination of student and teacher selection. Only completed work should be included. In addition, this type of portfolio is especially compatible with audio-visual artifact development, including photographs, videotapes, and electronic records of students' completed work. The showcase portfolio should also include written analysis and reflections by the student upon the decision-making process(es) used to determine which works are included. Paulson, F.L. Paulson, P.R. and Meyer, CA. (1991, February). "What Makes a Portfolio a Portfolio?" Educational Leadership
  8. 8. portfolios three adjectives or adjectival phrases
  9. 9. portfolios How could my department/class contribute to a student portfolio to show powerful learning?
  10. 10. ePortfolios What is an ePortfolio?
  11. 11. ePortfolios How could an ePortfolio improve... Lifespan Variety of artefacts Sharing / Audience Feedback process Ownership Peer evaluation
  12. 12. ePortfolios An template to guide the students...
  13. 13. portfolios

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