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The learning portfolio is a powerful complement to traditional measures of student achievement and a widely diverse method of recording intellectual growth. This second edition of this important book offers new samples of print and electronic learning portfolios. An academic understanding of and rationale for learning portfolios and practical information that can be customized. Offers a review of the value of reflective practice in student learning and how learning portfolios support assessment and collaboration....
The learning portfolio is a powerful complement to traditional measures of student achievement and a widely diverse method of recording intellectual growth. This second edition of this important book offers new samples of print and electronic learning portfolios. An academic understanding of and rationale for learning portfolios and practical information that can be customized. Offers a review of the value of reflective practice in student learning and how learning portfolios support assessment and collaboration. Includes revised sample assignment sheets, guidelines, criteria, evaluation rubrics, and other material for developing print and electronic portfolios.
About the Author.
About the Contributors.
Foreword to the Second Edition.
Foreword to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
PART 1: ABOUT STUDENT LEARNING PORTFOLIOS.
1. An Overview of Student Learning Portfolios.
2. Practical Questions and Issues About Student Learning Portfolios.
3. Important Factors in Developing and Using Student Learning Portfolios.
4. Electronic Learning Portfolios.
PART 2: MODELS OF LEARNING PORTFOLIOS.
5. Learning Portfolios in the Humanities Classroom: Promoting Intentional Learning by Helping Students Uncover What Is Meaningful to Them (Dorothe J. Bach).
6. Getting Started with Portfolios: A Vision for Implementing Reflection to Enhance Student Learning (Stephanie Burrell, Laurence Miners, Kathryn Nantz, and Roben Torosyan).
7. The Oral Health E-portfolio: A Three-Year Project (Russell Butson, Jennifer Marie Cook, and Rosemary Kardos).
8. EPAC: Building a Community of Practice Around E-portfolios (Helen L. Chen and John C. Ittelson).
9. Encouraging a Refl ective Disposition: Scaffolding Critical Thought Through Portfolio Development (Ann C. Cunningham).
10. A Journey Involving Integrating an E-portfolio into a Course Management System (Marilyn Drury).
11. The E-portfolio and Liberal Arts Education at Agnes Scott College (Emily Hauck, Olivia White Lopez, and Shannon Yarbrough).
12. The LeBow College of Business My LIFEfolio: An E-portfolio Program (Frank Linnehan).
13. Learning Portfolios in a Sophomore-Level Composition and Literature Course (Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens).
14. A Journal of Citizenship: Orienting First-Year Students to Liberal Education (Elizabeth Regosin and Ronald J. O. Flores).
15. Representing, Not Testing: Webfolio as Final Exam (Donna Reiss).
16. Challenging Tertiary Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices: Facilitating Change and Development Through Portfolios (Rachel Spronken-Smith and Sarah Stein).
17. The English Language E-portfolio (Fiona Williams, Vicki Chan, and Hokling Cheung).
18. Upon Further Review: A Second Look at the Student Learning Portfolio (Alan Wright and M. Heather Hartley).
PART 3: SAMPLE LEARNING PORTFOLIO SELECTIONS.
19. Education Technology Web Site (Robyn Allen).
20. Learning Portfolio (Alicia I. Gilbert).
21. Learning Portfolio Refl ections (Diana Lynde).
22. PowerPoint Portfolio (Lindsay Perani).
23. Honors Portfolio (Connie Thackaberry).
24. Career Portfolio (Josee Vaillant).
PART 4: PRACTICAL MATERIALS.
26. Four-Year Portfolio Development Plan.
27. Portfolio Evaluation Form Contents Checklist.
28. Showcase/Electronic Portfolio Evaluation Form.
29. Webfolio Assignment.
30. Learning Portfolio Project.
31. Online Refl ective Writing: Instructions for Threaded Discussion.
32. Portfolio Reflections.
33. Honors Senior Portfolio Option: Contract and Guidelines.
34. Criteria for Evaluating Learning Portfolios.
35. Double-Column Notes for Reflection.
36. Learning Portfolio Assignment.
37. Sample Student Reflections.
38. Review and Revision Process and Submission Letter for Webfolios.
39. Rubric for Evaluating Webfolios.
40. Refl ective Writing Assignment.
41. Report Guidelines: Sample Questions for Reflection.
42. Promoting Intentional Learning Assignment.
43. Evaluation Rubric for Reflective Essays.
44. Reflections in Technology Portfolios.
45. Technology in Education Web Page.