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Developing & Using Portfolios. Carlee K. Ranalli Coordinator of Assessment & Research W120B Smith Building cka104@psu.edu. Outline. Part I. Faculty Portfolios Part II. Student Portfolios Goal: To give you ideas and resources to develop and use portfolios. Part I- Faculty Portfolios.

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developing using portfolios

Developing & Using Portfolios

Carlee K. Ranalli

Coordinator of Assessment & Research

W120B Smith Building

cka104@psu.edu

outline
Outline
  • Part I. Faculty Portfolios
  • Part II. Student Portfolios

Goal: To give you ideas and resources to develop and use portfolios

what is a portfolio
What is a portfolio?
  • A collection of evidence used to assess learning and growth
  • It can take several forms but we will focus mainly on e-portfolios today
  • Much of the literature comes from K-12
why would i want to develop a portfolio
Why would I want to develop a portfolio?
  • Self-improvement
    • Self-assessment
    • Assessment by others
  • Professional Development
    • Learn new skills
    • Improve teaching
  • Display activities for others
how do i get started
How do I get started?
  • Think about your audience and purpose
  • Choose a format
  • Choose a theme
  • Assemble materials
  • Learn new skills
  • Plan to spend a lot of time!!
choosing content
Choosing Content
  • CV and contact information
  • Teaching
    • Teaching Philosophy
    • List of courses, syllabi, example assignments
    • Results of evaluations
  • Research
    • Ability to use multi-media
    • Might be useful to include when submitting grants
  • Service
    • University
    • Community
assessing the portfolio
Assessing the portfolio
  • Review by peers
    • Provide the criteria you are interested in being evaluated on
    • Approach junior and senior colleagues
    • Rubrics are available- http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/eportfoliorubric.html
  • Self-reflection
    • Can be used to improve teaching
how has psu made using portfolios easy for you
How has PSU made using portfolios easy for you?
  • Check out all of the information available at:

http://portfolio.psu.edu/index.html

  • Software is available to assist with the technical aspects
examples
Examples
  • Semih Eser- Engineering
  • Mable Kinzie- Instructional Design
  • Jean-Pierre Koenig- Linguistics
  • George Hess-Forestry
  • Ann Nevin- Education
other resources
Other resources
  • A quick search will yield a ton of resources depending on what you are looking for:
  • The Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How-To Guide for Educators (available at UP)
  • http://ftad.osu.edu/portfolio/
  • http://www.electronicportfolios.com/portfolios.html
  • http://sunconference.utep.edu/CETaL/resources/portfolios/
  • http://info.hartwick.edu/library/hewlett/PORTFOLI.htm - student release form
what is a portfolio1
What is a portfolio?
  • A collection of evidence used to assess learning and growth
  • It can take several forms but we will focus mainly on e-portfolios today
  • Remember to allow students plenty of time!!
why would i want students to develop a portfolio
Why would I want students to develop a portfolio?
  • Assess growth across the semester
  • Encourage integration of knowledge
  • Encourage self-assessment and self-regulated learning by making the students active learners
  • Teach new skills
  • Develop product for potential employers to view
choosing content1
Choosing Content
  • Papers
  • Presentations
  • Reflection pieces
  • Video clips
how has psu made using portfolios easy for you1
How has PSU made using portfolios easy for you?
  • Check out all of the information available at:

http://portfolio.psu.edu/index.html

  • Software is available to assist with the technical aspects
how do i grade portfolios
How do I grade portfolios?
  • Start with looking at your learning outcomes
  • What is the purpose of the portfolio?
    • Assess growth?
    • Final product?
  • Develop a rubric
    • Holistic vs. Analytic scoring
    • http://curriculumfutures.org/assessment/a04-05a.html
examples1
Examples
  • Kate
  • Brian
  • Paula- Journalism
  • Joshua- Engineering
  • Raya- Geography
other resources1
Other resources
  • A quick search will yield a ton of resources depending on what you are looking for
  • Portfolio Assessment: Uses, cases, scoring and impact (in the assessment library)
  • Penn State portfolio site
  • http://www.ed.gov/pubs/OR/ConsumerGuides/classuse.html
  • http://eduscapes.com/tap/topic82.htm