2 edition of Using portfolios in instruction and assessment found in the catalog.
Using portfolios in instruction and assessment
Judith A Arter
|Other titles||Curriculum-referenced test development workshop series|
|Statement||Judith A. Arter|
|Contributions||Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, United States. Office of Educational Research and Improvement|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 37 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
She would video record her conversations, upload them to their portfolios, and then play them back at a later time. Not only could students and families see and hear this assessment and reflect on their progress, Karen could review the video to self-assess her instruction. In this example, everyone is a learner. 8. Honor the many ways of being. Portfolios can help guide instruction. Through looking at samples of a child's work, a teacher can often see what additional instruction is still needed. For example, by looking at a student's writing, a teacher may determine that the child needs more work on how to use .
Portfolio-based assessments, are a best practice that can work concurrently with Understanding by Design(UBD). Using PBAs as a driving quarterly or yearly factor in student learning, teachers are more motivated to use formative assessments which are hands-on and experiential or project-based as opposed to direct instruction with an ending test. The Use Of Portfolio As An Assessment Tool Lahmer Mokhtaria Abstract: After the advent of the assessment reform in North America around the ‘s, learning became considered as evidence for assessment. This the end of instruction). 2 Portfolio Definition Many are compelled by the logic of using teaching/learning portfolios as means of.
An overview of the purpose and goals of the portfolio assessment process was first discussed with the teaching personnel and administration (see Table 1). After the purposes were discussed, the facilitators described the portfolio assessment process and the plan of action for the effective implementation of student portfolios. Why use Portfolios? The previous section identifies several valuable goals that make portfolios attractive in education. The sections that follow emphasize that identifying specific goals or purposes for assigning a portfolio is the first and most critical step in creating such an assignment. Just as instruction and assessment are more.
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A working portfolio is so named because it is a project “in the works,” containing work in progress as well as finished samples of work. It serves as a holding tank for work that may be selected later for a more permanent assessment or display portfolio.
A working portfolio is different from a work folder, which is simply a receptacle for all work, with no purpose to the collection. Innovative in approach, this book explores both the theory and practice of Using portfolios in instruction and assessment book strategies in literacy teaching and assessment — with a focus on the use of literacy portfolios within the context of integrated/language arts/literature-based teaching environments.
It explains step-by-step the process of using a unique Literacy Assessment Portfolio to enhance responsibilities and Cited by: Using Portfolios of Student Work in Instruction and Assessment Judith A.
Arter Senior research associate at the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Using writing portfolios to enhance instruction & assessment. Description: pages. Portfolios, as performance assessment devices, can run into all the following problems: the work in the portfolio may not really be representative of what the student knows and can do, the criteria used to critique the product may not reflect the most relevant or useful dimensions of the task, the work that a student puts in the portfolio may.
Some schools even use portfolio assessment as a basis for high school In addition to improving instruction, the goal is to help student internalize criteria •Book summaries/reports •Dramatizations, creative endings to stories •Student reflections (either weekly, monthly, or.
Student Portfolios as an Assessment Tool Teachers and administrators have been making a move from traditional paper-and-pencil type tests to alternate forms of assessment.
Teacher observation, projects, essays, and other more creative ways of evaluating student achievement have gained a larger following within the classroom. Also, portfolios can be integrated easily into instruction, i.e. used for assessment for learning.
Portfolios also encourage student self-evaluation and reflection, as well as ownership for learning (Popham, ). Using classroom assessment to promote student motivation is an important component of assessment for learning which is considered.
These insights, along with samples of children's work, can be used to create valuable portfolios. Portfolio assessment offers a variety of benefits, including: A Record of a Child's Ongoing Development Over Time. Portfolios contain examples of children's work at different time periods in a school year.
in instruction (i.e., entries are map sketching and location using portfolio assessment technique while discussion method was employed to teach the control group. described in the book. This is a wonderful book. I use portfolios with my Physical Education and Health students and found this book very helpful in giving me some writing activities to use with my students.
Also gives helpful information in regard to assessment. Worth every penny. Read more. Helpful.5/5(1). The portfolio method promotes a shared approach to making decisions that will affect children's attitudes toward work and school in general.
It frees the teacher from the constraints of standardized tests. Finally, using portfolios in assessment allows teachers to expand. The Pros of Using a Portfolio Assessment. A portfolio assessment demonstrates learning over the course of time rather than what a student knows a particular day.
A portfolio assessment provides an opportunity for a student to reflect on their learning, to self assess, and to formulate a deeper understanding of the concepts they are learning. The Use of Portfolio to Assess Student’s Performance Osman BİRGİN 1, instruction and assessment. For this reason, alternative assessment approaches are needed in assessing both learning process and learning product.
Nowadays, one of the alternative assessment. With that in mind, an authentic approach to portfolio assessment sought to "minimize the distance between instruction and assessment" (Valencia & Place,p.
Portfolios in the context of literacy can be a better approach to assessment, as reading and writing rely on qualitative results to gauge growth and achievement.
ôThis is an excellent text for all individuals about to or actually engaged in the portfolio development process. It guides candidates step-by-step through the initial decision making, process development, and presentation stages, and it answers questions that newcomers may not even know to ask.ö ùKimberly Kinsler, Hunter College of the City University of New York ôThe information on.
You could instead use Google Classroom to create the portfolios: A student can add documents to their portfolio that can be viewed by both you and the student over the course of the year. For sharing with the outside world: Students can post their Google Slides to a public-facing class blog or use a tool like Flipgrid to post video journal.
Danielson and Abrutyn, the authors of the book An Introduction to Using Portfolios in the Classroom (), describe three types of portfolios: working portfolios, display portfolios, and assessment portfolios.
Working portfolios serve as a holding bank for students‘ work in progress before it. Buy Using Writing Portfolios to Enhance Instruction and Assessment by Marjorie Frank, Jan Keeling (Editor), Kathleen Bullock (Illustrator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
a series of articles and books about using portfolios in higher education and have advised numerous faculties and originations in medical education and elsewhere about the use of portfolio for learning and assessment.
Their corporation is not limited to the topic of portfolios; they also work together on. Responding to the increasing demand for the assessment of authentic language use, this book emphasizes that portfolios must first be useful and successful as part of instruction before they can be used effectively for assessment.
Portfolios are presented in the book as working (not "show" portfolios) to promote the student's involvement in analyzing portfolio contents.Technology and assessment.
Technology can be used to support assessment in many different ways, such as tracking student progress over time. Perhaps even more compelling, however, edtech can also be used to aid formative assessment: helping to boost engagement, identify knowledge gaps, and support further/deeper learning.Portfolios For Assessment And Instruction Portfolios are scarcely a new concept, but renewed inter-est, fueled by the portfolio’s perceived promise for both improv-ing assessment and motivating and involving students in their own learning, has recently increased their visibility and use.