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Ch. 9 Portfolios Presentation …

Ch. 9 Portfolios Presentation
University of Louisville
Professor Kay Brown
Spring 2014

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  • 1. Bell Ringer Using separate sheets of paper for each, complete numbers 1-4 below: 1. Draw a sun, a tree, and an animal. 2. Calculate the following problems: 5 x 6=_____ 12-1=_____ 4+23=_____ 3. What are the steps of the portfolio process? 4. List four different types of portfolios.
  • 2. CHAPTER 9 PRE SE NTED BY: ME L ISSA MOUL DE R & TONYA MOORE Portfolios
  • 3. Authentic assessment Integrative assessment Holistic assessment Assessment for learning
  • 4. “Portfolios for Student Growth (PSG) is a holistic, student-centered, process-led approach to portfolio development. PSG offers educators a way to guide students to explicitly link academic learning with future planning and goal setting.” http://www.gallaudet.edu/clerc_center/information_and_resources/info_to_go/trans ition_to_adulthood/portfolios_for_student_growth.html
  • 5. 1. Assessment and evaluation (assessing progress, achievement, developmental strengths, and areas for continued work). 2. Self-assessment and reflection (where students can chart their progress and take ownership of their learning) 3. Reporting progress (in which progress and achievement can be shown to parents) Why should I use portfolios in my classroom?
  • 6. GISELLE O. MARTIN-KNIEP “Capturing the Wisdom of Practice” "I am absolutely convinced that every professional who uses portfolios in a serious way will become a better teacher or administrator."
  • 7. THE PORTFOLIO PROCESS 4 Steps: 1. Collection 2. Selection 3. Reflection 4. Connection*
  • 8. COLLE CTION
  • 9. Hom ewo rk Journals Exams Quizzes Written Work Pro jec ts
  • 10. WORKING FOLDER An intermediate step in the portfolio process… Ending the portfolio process in the collection stage turns the working folder into a
  • 11. SELECT ION
  • 12. Teacher: Portfolio type Student: Work from collections
  • 13. WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF PORTFOLIOS?
  • 14. PROCESS PORTFOLIO PROCESS PORTFOLIO
  • 15. Cumulative Portfolio
  • 16. Student-Led Conferences http://youtu.be/8au4JqWboAQ?t=37s
  • 17. REF LECTION
  • 18. CONNE CTION

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