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

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Ch 9 Draft

  1. 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. 2. CHAPTER 9 PRE SE NTED BY: ME L ISSA MOUL DE R & TONYA MOORE Portfolios
  3. 3. Authentic assessment Integrative assessment Holistic assessment Assessment for learning
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. THE PORTFOLIO PROCESS 4 Steps: 1. Collection 2. Selection 3. Reflection 4. Connection*
  8. 8. COLLE CTION
  9. 9. Hom ewo rk Journals Exams Quizzes Written Work Pro jec ts
  10. 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. 11. SELECT ION
  12. 12. Teacher: Portfolio type Student: Work from collections
  13. 13. WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF PORTFOLIOS?
  14. 14. PROCESS PORTFOLIO PROCESS PORTFOLIO
  15. 15. Cumulative Portfolio
  16. 16. Student-Led Conferences http://youtu.be/8au4JqWboAQ?t=37s
  17. 17. REF LECTION
  18. 18. CONNE CTION

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