Ch. 11 “Portfolios”
EDS 846/Dr. Faucett
by: Tamara Linares
Keys to Quality Assessment
Let’s
Mime
This
Learning target(s) this selection addresses:
•

Select the kind of portfolio best suited to your
context.

•

Determine th...
What is a portfolio?
• Portfolios serve two functions:
• 1. to improve communication about
complex student learning targets
• 2. to promote stu...
What to expect from
students?
• Involve students with content
selection
• Student comment on the why
• Self-reflection abo...
Clear Purpose
• Who will use the
information?
• How will it be used?
• What is required?

Types of Portfolios
Growth
Pro...
Pg. 366 + 367
• Which portfolio type do you want to implement?
• Growth portfolios?
• Project portfolios?
• Achievement po...
Working Folders
• …ARE NOT
PORTFOLIOS

My
ooooooh/a
aaaaah
moment

• …ARE HOLDING BINS
Working Folders
• Are my beloved wikis working
folders?
My
ooooooh/
aaaaaah
moment
EDS Piedmont wiki for coh
Spanish 3 wiki
Portfolio Contents/
Clear Targets
• What is to be
assessed?
• Are the learning
targets the focus
of instructions?
Portfolio Contents/
Clear Targets
Portfolio Contents/
Clear Targets
• The authors mention that it is imperative to…
CLEARLY IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE THE
LEARNING...
Four areas to ensure successful
use
• ensuring accuracy of results
• keeping track of the evidence
• investing time up fro...
Portfolios are…
• - a means to an end
• - provide pathway to student thinking and
learning
• - an avenue for students to t...
Learning target(s) this selection addresses:
•

Select the kind of portfolio best suited to your context.

•

Determine th...
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Eds 846 casl ch11 portfolios

  1. 1. Ch. 11 “Portfolios” EDS 846/Dr. Faucett by: Tamara Linares
  2. 2. Keys to Quality Assessment Let’s Mime This
  3. 3. Learning target(s) this selection addresses: • Select the kind of portfolio best suited to your context. • Determine the learning targets that will be the focus of the portfolio. • Engage students in selecting artifacts to include. • Prepare students to annotate entries and reflect on the portfolio contents. • Plan for sharing options. • Manage the process and minimize the mess.
  4. 4. What is a portfolio?
  5. 5. • Portfolios serve two functions: • 1. to improve communication about complex student learning targets • 2. to promote student learning.
  6. 6. What to expect from students? • Involve students with content selection • Student comment on the why • Self-reflection about what was learned
  7. 7. Clear Purpose • Who will use the information? • How will it be used? • What is required? Types of Portfolios Growth Project Achievement Competence Celebration
  8. 8. Pg. 366 + 367 • Which portfolio type do you want to implement? • Growth portfolios? • Project portfolios? • Achievement portfolios? • Competence portfolios? • Celebration portfolios?
  9. 9. Working Folders • …ARE NOT PORTFOLIOS My ooooooh/a aaaaah moment • …ARE HOLDING BINS
  10. 10. Working Folders • Are my beloved wikis working folders? My ooooooh/ aaaaaah moment
  11. 11. EDS Piedmont wiki for coh Spanish 3 wiki
  12. 12. Portfolio Contents/ Clear Targets • What is to be assessed? • Are the learning targets the focus of instructions?
  13. 13. Portfolio Contents/ Clear Targets
  14. 14. Portfolio Contents/ Clear Targets • The authors mention that it is imperative to… CLEARLY IDENTIFY IN ADVANCE THE LEARNING TARGETS • DON’T SKIP THIS STEP!
  15. 15. Four areas to ensure successful use • ensuring accuracy of results • keeping track of the evidence • investing time up front • and making the experience safe
  16. 16. Portfolios are… • - a means to an end • - provide pathway to student thinking and learning • - an avenue for students to take responsibility for their own learning, self-assessment and reflection
  17. 17. Learning target(s) this selection addresses: • Select the kind of portfolio best suited to your context. • Determine the learning targets that will be the focus of the portfolio. • Engage students in selecting artifacts to include. • Prepare students to annotate entries and reflect on the portfolio contents. • Plan for sharing options. • Manage the process and minimize the mess.

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