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Portfolio Assessment

  1. 1. Portfolio Assessment Chapter 7:
  2. 2. Portfolio Assessment • Is a comprehensive pusposeful collection of student’s performance.
  3. 3. It ranges from most significant achievement or best work to expanded work record in academic performance like in Mathematics, Science, English, Filipino and extra curricular activities wherein he excels.
  4. 4. • For students, portfolio assessment is more accurate, reliable and valid compared to transcript of records since all of the student’s performances are recorded.
  5. 5. Contents of Portfolio 1.Best work of students Example: The students won 1st prize in the local, regional and national invertigatory projects.
  6. 6. 2. Individual student’s work Example: The student is the President in the class and the Supreme Student Council. At home, the student help her mother at with washing clothes and cooking.
  7. 7. 3. Group work activities Example: The group work activity is Income Generating Project on Seaweed Muffins as a requirement fro thier interprenueral project.
  8. 8. 4. Extracurricular activities This serves as bases for the future teachers of the learner to indentify the specific extra curricular activities he participated in and exelled.
  9. 9. 5. Religious Activities • It’s important especially when a student enrolls in a religious institution. • It serves as bases for being active spiritually.
  10. 10. Kinds Of Portfolio 1.Working Portfolio • Refers to daily activity of the learner in the particular learning area.
  11. 11. • This provides and identifies the learner skills to be developed in order to determine if there’s progress on the learning task. • The teacher determines if his teaching is effective through working portfolio.
  12. 12. 2. Developmental Portfolio • Presents the development or progress of the directed tasks performed by the student based on the instructional objectives to determine the progress.
  13. 13. • It helps develop process skills. • It identifies strength and weaknesses of the student. • It keeps track the development of more tha one process-product performance.
  14. 14. 3. Documentary Portfolio • Is gathering the best work of the student for assessment purposes. • Provides evidences that instructional objectives have been attained. • States the student’s progress and weaknesses frm one learning task to another.
  15. 15. 4. Showcase Portfolio • The best work or award winning feats of the student must be displayed. • If possible, it must be published in the school paper, research journal, regional and national newspaper. • Serves as show window to other students.
  16. 16. 5. Evaluation Portfolio • The best work or any task/activity of the student with progress or developemnt must be recoded in the portfolio for grading purposes.
  17. 17. • The student is assessed or evaluated at his own rate. • His performance is not compared to others.
  18. 18. Portfolio Process 1.Goal Setting • Must be vividly and clearly stated to determine the purpose and give direction in preparing the portfolio.
  19. 19. Example: To conduct research on utilization and commercialization of milkfish into fish value added products.
  20. 20. 2. Selecting • It must be relevant to the goal of instruction set by the student. • Example: Milkfish bones burger and luncheon meat
  21. 21. 3. Performing • After selecting the entry, the student has to perform the activities based on the goal of instruction. • Also known as conducting research.
  22. 22. 4. Data Gathering The write-up contains the format as follows:
  23. 23. A.Short abstract B. Introduction C.Review or Related Literature D.Materials and Methods E. Methodology F. Results and Discussions G.Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation/Implications
  24. 24. 5. Reflecting • The coginitive, psychomotor and affective domians must be stated in the portfolio in relation to the goal set.
  25. 25. 6. Exhibiting • The research write-up must be exhibited or displayed in school. • The viewing public must be guiven a chance to view the learning activities of the students in school.
  26. 26. 7. Evaluating 1. Write-up of the research project 2. The portfolio
  27. 27. Criteria for the Write-up of the reseach project: a. Originality 15% b. Uniqueness 15% c. Socio-economic impact 30% d. Significance of the study 15% e. Relevance to Government’s thrust 25% 100%
  28. 28. The Portfolio is evaluated by self, peer, subject teachers and teacher adviser. The distribution of thier evaluation is as follows: a. Self 5% b. Peer 5% c. Subject Teachers 50% d. Teacher-Adviser 40% 100%
  29. 29. The criteria in evaluating the portfolio: a. Content 50% b. Format/Style 15% c. Originality 15% d. Reflection 10% e. Punctuality 10%  100%
  30. 30. Format and Style of a Portfolio 1.Title page Is the first page of the portfolio, but the page number is not indicated.
  31. 31. It presents: a.the title b.Portfolio c. faculty to be submitted d.name and place of school e. The submission of statement f. The grade/year granted g. Full name of the student h. Month and year the grade/year to be granted.
  32. 32. 2. Acknowledgments • A section in the portfolio that student expresses his gratitude to different persons who assisted, facilitated and guided him to make the portfolio a reality. • The student must recognize and appreciate the selfless effort and wise counsel of his teacher/adviser.
  33. 33. 3. Contents The contents of the portfolio must contain: a.Title page b.Acknowledgment c.Tables and figures d.The part title
  34. 34. e. Page numbers f. The main and subheadings in the text 1. recommendations 2. implications 3. bibliography 4. appendix 5. curriculum vitae
  35. 35. 4. Tables • The list of tables must follow the “Contents” • “Tables” or “List of Tables” • Contains the Table numbers, tables captions and page numbers from the text.
  36. 36. 5. Figures • It follows the list of tables • The title is encoded as “Figures”. • Figures includes: Paradigms, chart, graphs and flow sheets.
  37. 37. end