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Portfolios as assessment. Tricky, but possible……. Telling a story……. For whom? About what? Using what? Delivering how?. AUDIENCE. Who will see this portfolio? What will it show?. What is the purpose?. What is the story about?. What assembled objects will illustrate the story?.

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Portfolios as assessment

Tricky, but possible……..


Telling a story…….

  • For whom?

  • About what?

  • Using what?

  • Delivering how?


AUDIENCE

  • Who will see this portfolio?

  • What will it show?


What is the purpose?

  • What is the story about?


What assembled objects will illustrate the story?

  • Artifacts

    • Tests

    • Papers

    • Products

    • Performances

    • Reflections


What will the narration be?

  • Reflections

  • Goal setting

  • Annotations

    • What I have learned is shown….

    • This is evidence of….


Project

  • Process and product

    • Logs, drafts, critiques

    • Self Reflection


Growth / Developmental

  • Showing progress of learning

  • Self-knowledge

  • Dated documents

  • Reflection


Achievement

  • Where am I?

  • Current examples


Competence / Showcase

  • Mastery

  • Samples demonstrating mastery

  • Current levels

  • Annotations and self reflections


Celebration

  • Personal

  • Best things


Working folders

  • Simple collections…..

  • Organize later….

  • Annotate later…..

  • Make sense later…..


AIM


Cool things about portfolios

  • Incredibly individualized

  • Focus on products

  • Strength-based

  • Active involvement of students in evaluation

  • Great communication tools

  • Provide platform for meta-cognition


Problems…..

  • Time intensive

  • Generalizability


Evaluation

  • Evaluate only on purpose established

  • Do not evaluate the work itself

  • Use checklists


References Used:

  • Chatterji, Madhabi. (2003). Designing and using tools for educational assessment. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

  • Gronlund, N.E. (2003). Assessment of student achievement 7th ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

  • Oosterhoff, A. (2003). Developing and using classroom assessments 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ; Merrill Prentice Hall.

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  • Stiggins, R.J., Arter, J.A., Chappuis, J.& Chappuis, S. (2004). Classroom assessment for student learning. Portland, OR; Assessment Training Institute.

  • Wiggens, G. & McTighe. (2001). Understanding by design. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall


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