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PORTFOLIO
Historical perspectivePortfolio is widely used formany yearsLate 80’s interest in portfoliosfor assessment(Belanoff and ...
Definitions – main characteristicsThey are collections ofwork, different from a single timedimpromptu essay or a class es...
“collection of student work thatdemonstrates achievement orimprovement” (Stiggins 1994)“a portfolio is a collection ofev...
 portfolios are “…preparedwith a particular audience inmind”, “…are selective” and“call for judgments”(Calfee and Freedma...
Features         And     Principles          OfPortfolio Assessment
1. A portfolio is a form of assessment   that students do together with their   teachers.2. A portfolio represents a selec...
3. A portfolio provides samples of   the student’s work which show   growth over time.4. The criteria for selecting and   ...
Purposes    of PortfolioAssessment
1. Portfolio assessment matches   assessment to teaching.2. Portfolio assessment has clear   goals. They are decided on at...
3. Portfolio assessment gives aprofile of learner abilities in termsof depth, breadth and growth.4. Portfolio assessment i...
5. Portfolio assessment develops   awareness of own learning by the   students.6. Portfolio assessment caters to   individ...
7. Portfolio assessment develop   social skills. Students interact   with other students in the   development of their own...
9. Portfolio assessment can   improve motivation for learning   and thus achievement.10. Portfolio assessment provides  op...
The use of the portfolio Documentation Showcasing Growth Evaluation
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  1. 1. PORTFOLIO
  2. 2. Historical perspectivePortfolio is widely used formany yearsLate 80’s interest in portfoliosfor assessment(Belanoff and Dickson 1991)
  3. 3. Definitions – main characteristicsThey are collections ofwork, different from a single timedimpromptu essay or a class essaycarried out over a semester.They are purposeful in that they“demonstrate”, “exhibit” or provide“evidence” of“achievement”, “improvement”, “thewriter’s self reflection”, “the writingprocess” and “the writer’s growth”.
  4. 4. “collection of student work thatdemonstrates achievement orimprovement” (Stiggins 1994)“a portfolio is a collection ofevidence that is gathered togetherto show a person’s learning journeyover time and to demonstrate theirabilities” (Butler 2006)
  5. 5.  portfolios are “…preparedwith a particular audience inmind”, “…are selective” and“call for judgments”(Calfee and Freedman 1996)
  6. 6. Features And Principles OfPortfolio Assessment
  7. 7. 1. A portfolio is a form of assessment that students do together with their teachers.2. A portfolio represents a selection of what the students believe are best included from among the possible collection of things related to the concept being studied.
  8. 8. 3. A portfolio provides samples of the student’s work which show growth over time.4. The criteria for selecting and assessing the portfolio contents must be clear to the teacher and the students at the outset of the process.
  9. 9. Purposes of PortfolioAssessment
  10. 10. 1. Portfolio assessment matches assessment to teaching.2. Portfolio assessment has clear goals. They are decided on at the beginning of instruction and are clear to teacher and students.
  11. 11. 3. Portfolio assessment gives aprofile of learner abilities in termsof depth, breadth and growth.4. Portfolio assessment is a toolfor assessing a variety of skills notnormally testable in a singlesetting for traditional testing.
  12. 12. 5. Portfolio assessment develops awareness of own learning by the students.6. Portfolio assessment caters to individuals in a heterogeneous class.
  13. 13. 7. Portfolio assessment develop social skills. Students interact with other students in the development of their own portfolio.8. Portfolio assessment promotes independent and active learners.
  14. 14. 9. Portfolio assessment can improve motivation for learning and thus achievement.10. Portfolio assessment provides opportunity for student-teacher dialogue.
  15. 15. The use of the portfolio Documentation Showcasing Growth Evaluation
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