Building E-Portfolios Using PowerPoint: A Guide for Educators / Edition 2
  • Building E-Portfolios Using PowerPoint: A Guide for Educators / Edition 2
  • Building E-Portfolios Using PowerPoint: A Guide for Educators / Edition 2

Building E-Portfolios Using PowerPoint: A Guide for Educators / Edition 2

by Kathleen K. Montgomery, David A. Wiley
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412956757

ISBN-13: 9781412956758

Pub. Date: 01/16/2008

Publisher: SAGE Publications

A systematic approach toward creating a compelling electronic portfolio

New to the Second Edition

  • Expands coverage on planning and managing the development of an e-portfolio
  • Addresses the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
  • Presents new content on integrating Power Point with the Internet, as well as other applications

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Overview

A systematic approach toward creating a compelling electronic portfolio

New to the Second Edition

  • Expands coverage on planning and managing the development of an e-portfolio
  • Addresses the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
  • Presents new content on integrating Power Point with the Internet, as well as other applications
  • Incorporates "Questions to Guide E-Portfolio Preparation" at the end of each chapter
  • Provides notes on using Power Point 2007
  • Focuses on the future of e-portfolios in a revised chapter
  • Includes a troubleshooting section

Also included

This up-to-date guide includes a CD featuring several examples of e-portfolios, as well as a useful template.

Intended Audience

Designed for preservice and inservice teachers, this practical resource is essential for professional educator preparation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412956758
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
01/16/2008
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Assessment and the Use of Electronic Portfolios
Chapter 1: The Foundations for Portfolio Development
Introduction
Terms Used in Portfolio Development
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Portfolio Assessment
The Performance-Based Movement
Reflection: An Integral Part of Portfolio Development
The Power of Portfolios
Summary
Chapter 2: Kinds of Portfolios and Their Uses
Introduction
Types of Portfolios
Planning for a Portfolio
Examples From Purposeful Portfolios
Summary
Chapter 3: Using Standards in Portfolio Construction
Introduction
Standards for Teachers
Resources for Standards
Summary
Chapter 4: Self-Assessment Through Reflection
Introduction
Rubrics Can Help
Reflection and Self-Assessment
Self-Assessment for Teachers
Self-Assessment Opportunities for Students
Summary
Chapter 5: Presenting the Portfolio
Introduction
Presentation Skills
Additional Resources for Design Decisions
Presenting the Portfolio to Others
Presentation of Teacher Portfolios
Presentations of Student Portfolios
Professional Development Presentations
Summary
Part II: Using Power Point to Author E-Portfolios
Chapter 6: Options for Electronic Portfolios
Introduction
Web-Based E-Portfolio Tools
Non-Web-Based (Local) E-Portfolio Tools
Selecting a Portfolio Tool
Power Point as an E-Portfolio Development Tool
Summary
Chapter 7: Power Point Basics
Introduction
Start at the Beginning
Starting Power Point
Selecting a Slide Background
Selection of Font Type and Size
Selecting Slide Views to Accomplish Work
A Word About Copyright Law
Is There Fair Use?
Adding Clip Art to the Presentation
Adding Internet Images to the Presentation
Adding Sound to the Presentation
Adding Movies to a Presentation
Adding Internet or Document Links to the Presentation
Using Action Buttons
Showing the Presentation
Summary
Chapter 8: Building Nonlinear Power Point Portfolios
Introduction
Making Power Point Less Linear by Hyperlinking
Building a Structure for an Electronic Portfolio
Editing Images Using Basic Photoshop Elements Capabilities
Editing Sound
Editing Video
Summary
Chapter 9: Tools You Can Use
Introduction
Collecting Documents for the Portfolio
Of Dots and Pixels: Image Sizes
Scanning Materials for Use as Artifacts
Using Digital Cameras to Capture Images
A Few Photography Hints
Capturing and Using Digital Video
Saving a Portfolio to Media
Burning a CD
Saving Information to a DVD
Summary
Chapter 10: Special Considerations and Options
Introduction
Planning an E-Portfolio
What Happened? A Guide to Common Technical Errors
Downloading Required Programs—For Free
Downloading Quick Time—For Free
The Top Ten List
Moving a Power Point Presentation to the Web
The Future: What Promises to Make Electronic Portfolios More Effective?
Summary
Appendix: Troubleshooting Your Power Point-Based E-Portfolio

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