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From the Publisher"Jones and Shelton provide a detailed model for using teacher portfolios as an expression of constructivism and reflective teaching practices. Whether you are a college instructor, student, or teacher of early childhood education, this book offers a comprehensive look at the portfolio development process. With clarifying definitions and detailed examples, this text prepares the reader to become an intentional, disciplined user of portfolios for a variety of purposes."
—Margie Carter, Early Childhood Instructor and Consultant
"This timely book offers an alternative to standardized testing and competitive grading as the way to assess what teachers—and by extension, children—know. Emphasizing the construction of knowledge through action, reflection, and documentation, it presents detailed guidelines for portfolio development."
—Elizabeth Jones, Faculty Emerita in Human Development, Pacific Oaks College
"This book is valuable to those in the child development and early education fields of education."—Reference and Research Book News