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Portfolio Assessment and Youth Media
Documentary Arts Programs at EVC
The Premiere Screening
A Public Celebration of the Group’s Final Product
But assessing the final group product is not enough.
What did each student learn through the process of
creating it?
Portfolios – collections of student work
But they’re messy and time consuming. Why bother?
They give us a richer, more aut...
Portfolio Components
We ask students to collect a
range of work as evidence
of revision and growth over
time, aligned to E...
Looking for Authentic Evidence in Youth
Producer Artifacts
• Project Treatment
• Camera Footage
• Interview Questions and ...
Portfolio Assessment Roundtables
We Build A Reflective and
Deliberative Community
• Drafts Over Time
• Diverse Panel
• Str...
EVC’s Principles and Practices of
Portfolio Assessment
• Assessment is for students
• Puts focus on creative process
– rev...
Visit our website our the Impact page, to view an
example of an EVC Portfolio Roundtable:
http://evc.org/impact/
For more ...
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Hive NYC meet-up with Educational Video Center (EVC)

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Hive NYC meet-up with Educational Video Center (EVC)

  1. 1. Portfolio Assessment and Youth Media Documentary Arts Programs at EVC
  2. 2. The Premiere Screening A Public Celebration of the Group’s Final Product
  3. 3. But assessing the final group product is not enough. What did each student learn through the process of creating it?
  4. 4. Portfolios – collections of student work But they’re messy and time consuming. Why bother? They give us a richer, more authentic picture of how and what students learn over time Build students’ sense of ownership over their learning and habits of self-reflection Provide important feedback on how to continually improve our media arts curriculum and teaching Engage the broader community in public conversation about student learning and creative work
  5. 5. Portfolio Components We ask students to collect a range of work as evidence of revision and growth over time, aligned to EVC’s 4 main Rubric Domains: • Documentary Arts • Critical Literacy • Civic Engagement • Social Emotional Development
  6. 6. Looking for Authentic Evidence in Youth Producer Artifacts • Project Treatment • Camera Footage • Interview Questions and Logs • Research Notes and Emails • Edit Plan • Rough Cuts and Notes • Music Tracks • Journals, Blogs, Podcasts • Self-Assessment Rubrics • Portfolio Cover Letter
  7. 7. Portfolio Assessment Roundtables We Build A Reflective and Deliberative Community • Drafts Over Time • Diverse Panel • Structured, In-Depth Conversation About Student Work • Ownership of their Learning
  8. 8. EVC’s Principles and Practices of Portfolio Assessment • Assessment is for students • Puts focus on creative process – revision, experimentation, and growth over time • Is faithful to the work students actually do • Makes standards and expectations of quality public • Engages all students in a deliberative community • Promotes ongoing self reflection, goal setting, and critical inquiry
  9. 9. Visit our website our the Impact page, to view an example of an EVC Portfolio Roundtable: http://evc.org/impact/ For more information about Assessment and Youth Media Documentary Arts Programs at EVC, visit www.EVC.org or contact: Steve Goodman Executive Director 212.465.9366 Sgoodman@evc.org

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