3 edition of Portfolios across educational contexts found in the catalog.
Portfolios across educational contexts
by National Reading Research Center, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in [Athens, GA], [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Other titles||Issue of evaluation, teacher development and system validity|
|Statement||Sheila W. Valencia, Kathryn H. Au.|
|Series||Reading research report -- no. 73|
|Contributions||Au, Kathryn Hu-Pei., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Further, the book suggests flexible ways of dealing with those challenges. It also highlights the relevance of electronic portfolios for the needs and demands of contemporary societies. As such, it speaks to a large target audience from a range of disciplines, roles and geographical contexts within the wider context of higher education in Asia Brand: Springer Singapore. even in educational contexts. Elaborative interrogation, self-explanation, and interleaved practice received moderate utility assessments. The benefits of these techniques do generalize across some variables, yet despite their promise, they fell short of a high utility assessment because the evidence for their efficacy is Size: 1MB.
In this book, portfolios or later on portfolio assessment are primarily linked to an educational sense, given that the book is pedagogically situated in L1 and L2 writing classroom contexts. With that said, portfolios can be broadly used among language users other than English as the first or second language. They can be introduced across Author: Ricky Lam. An International Journal AUTHOR INFORMATION PACK TABLE OF CONTENTS. XXX writing across the curriculum, and TESOL (the teaching of (international, national and state) as well as classroom, educational and non-educational institutional contexts, writing and programme evaluation, writing and critical literacy, and the role of technology.
Positivism assumes that meaning is constant across users, contexts, and purposes The portfolio is a receptacle for examples of student work used to infer what and how much learning has occurred.” (p) Constructivist Portfolios “The portfolio is a learning environment in which the learner constructs meaning. book revealing their study of the nature of “urban” and highlighting their individual case stories. In so doing, a unique professional learning community emerged that spanned across urban schools and school districts. The value of professional learning communities (PLCs) in improving student learning is widely accepted in the educational.
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Get this from a library. Portfolios across educational contexts: issue of evaluation, teacher development and system validity. [Sheila Valencia; Kathryn Hu-Pei Au; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)] -- A case study across 2 different elementary education settings examined (1) how well portfolios document literacy learning that is both authentic and aligned with curriculum; (2.
“Portfolios” as a method of assessment in medical Buku Dokter E-Book. Book. Full-text available. Portfolios Across Educational Contexts: issues of Evaluation Author: Thea Haldane. A student portfolio is a compilation of academic work and other forms of educational evidence assembled for the purpose of (1) evaluating coursework quality, learning progress, and academic achievement; (2) determining whether students have met learning standards or other academic requirements for courses, grade-level promotion, and graduation; (3) helping students reflect on their academic.
Portfolios. Teachers’ interest in portfolios was both enthusiastic and consistent across educational contexts: they were endorsed by 41 percent of respondents in K–5 contexts; 48 percent in middle school; 52 percent in high school; and 70 percent in college. These endorsements were higher than those for any other form of assessment mentioned.
WHAT IS A PORTFOLIO. 3 Clearly, producing a professional portfolio has benefits personally for an educational practitioner by building confidence and greater understanding as well as other ben - efits, with the educational practitioner looking in depth at his/her practice and then finding ways to this.
However, there are some challenges. The main purpose of these portfolios might be described as ‘improvement’1 (both documenting and encouraging improvement). Portfolios Portfolios across educational contexts book also be summative in nature, designed to showcase examples of a teacher’s best work across different educational contexts.
The main purpose of these portfolios might be described as ‘evaluation’1. The ELP site lists a set of principles that apply to all learner portfolios—paper‐based, electronic, and multimedia alike: “reflective learning, self‐assessment, learner autonomy, plurilingualism, intercultural learning—which stimulate good practice in a multitude of educational contexts.
All portfolios--across these diverse curricular settings, student populations, and administrative contexts--involve students in their own education so that they take charge of their personal collection of work, reflect on what makes some work better, and use this information to make improvements in future work.
Two case studies of L2 writers’ experiences across learning-directed portfolio contexts Article in Assessing Writing 10(3) December with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'. E-Portfolios in Higher Education: A Multidisciplinary Approach [Chaudhuri, Tushar, Cabau, Béatrice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
E-Portfolios in Higher Education: Format: Hardcover. Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Authors discuss the development of authentic assessment and how it has led to portfolio usage. Guidelines are given for planning portfolios, how to use them, selection of portfolio contents, reporting strategies, and use of portfolios in the classroom.
ePortfolio Performance Support Systems: Constructing, Presenting, and Assessing Portfolios addresses theories and practices advanced by some of the most innovative and active proponents of ePortfolios. Editors Katherine V. Wills and Rich Rice interweave twelve essays that address the ways in which ePortfolios can facilitate sustainable and measureable writing-related student development 4/5(6).
The creation of The Educational Developer’s Portfolio guide owes its thanks to many individuals across the Canadian educational development community, in particular the EDC executive. Below we have highlighted certain individuals. E-Portfolios and Global Diffusion: Solutions for Collaborative Education addresses the emerging requirements, concerns and applications for e-portfolios.
Through innovative chapters on real-world business uses, educational experiences, ideal design, this book fills an important gap in current literature concerning Web applications. Immediate Past Editor of College Composition and Communication, and past co-editor of the journal Assessing Writing, she has published over refereed articles and book chapters and authored, edited, or co-edited 15 scholarly books, most recently Writing Across Contexts: Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing; and A Rhetoric of Reflection.4/5(2).
SUMMARY Portfolios are not new, but their use in initial and continuing professional development in medicine is still in its this context,this guide has the following aims:to give the background and an educational rationale for portfolio-based learning and assessment in medical education; to examine how and where portfolios have been.
A PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT MODEL FOR ESL 6/4/09 PM perceive the intent of educational portfolios to be similar to that of portfolios used in fine arts, to In ESL, authentic language may be assessed across several contexts: formal classroom activities.
across the grade levels and contexts will find this model provocative and interest-ing. Third—and perhaps most important of all—the book leads to a well-reasoned, Early in the book, writing portfolios are “This new dimension of concern in educational measure-JOURNAL OF WRITING ASSESSMENT 1 File Size: 55KB.
Conclusions, Recommendations, and Directions for Research. In many ways, the message of this report is a simple one: all students deserve to understand and enjoy science, and helping teachers offer rich instruction will require building similarly rich learning environments for all science teachers.
This book shares the collective experience of integrating electronic portfolios as assessment tools and as instruments for life-long learning in courses across various disciplines in higher education. It enables readers to trace the evolution of e-portfolios over the last ten years and to deal with.
Preface. The Portfolio Organizer evolved from our work in a variety of educational contexts and our belief in the development of high-quality teaching and learning relationships.
After 10 years of experimenting and using portfolio in many different ways, we share a passionate belief in the power of portfolios.Balancing the Two Faces of E-Portfolios. U. S. National Educational Technology Plan.
His second image shows the transition in e-portfolio purpose across the school years. I am writing a book that will go into much more detail on specific implementation at different student grade levels (K-3,) and with different Web tools.E-portfolios are being used to meet a variety of learning requirements such as Assessment (demonstrate achievement against a criteria), Presentations (evidence learning in a persuasive way), Learning (document, guide, and advance learning over time), Personal development, and Multiple owners (allowing more that one person to contribute and.