6 edition of Portfolios in the writing classroom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-123).
|Statement||edited by Kathleen Blake Yancey.|
|Contributions||Yancey, Kathleen Blake, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||LB1576 .P66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||91039907|
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A portfolio is a type of assessment that reflects the process of writing. Additionally, a large emphasis of portfolio classrooms is reflective learning. Through portfolios, students may begin to become more self . The Collection Portfolio: This portfolio contains a wide variety of student work completed over a period of time. It could include a piece of writing taken through the entire writing process, writing samples .
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Portfolios in the Writing Classroom: An Introduction Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books Cited by: Portfolios in the Writing Classroom book.
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Portfolios in the Writing Classroom: An Introduction Classroom teachers discuss ways to introduce portfolios into the classroom, different models and assessment practices for portfolio projects. Writing Portfolios in the Classroom.
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Portfolios in the Writing Classroom: An Introduction is Yancey’s edited collection of essays from secondary teachers to collegiate professors, which was published in as one of her first. An Introduction to Using Portfolios in the Classroom. Select a link to read sample content. Introduction.
Chapter 1. The Types of Portfolios. Chapter 2. The Portfolio Development Process. Chapter 3. Portfolios are a collaborative effort involving teachers, children, parents, and often other family members too. They are great to share at family-teacher conferences.
(You might want to involve individual children in these sharing times and together use the portfolio. The book emphasizes that there is no right way to implement portfolios, that each classroom will reflect a unique approach to authentic assessment, and that each child's collection of documents Author: Rob Tierney.
What do portfolios contain. Developmental Portfolio (or working portfolios) Samples of independent work (initial work compared to more current work) Evaluations by teacher, peer, self Reflections on.
A National Survey of Writing Portfolio Practice: What We Learned and What It Means Alternative assessment of student achievement has arrived on the scene during the past decade as a paradigm Cited by: 1.
The book emphasizes that there is no right way to implement portfolios, that each classroom will reflect a unique approach to authentic assessment, and that each child's collection of documents will differ.
The book Cited by: Classroom Portfolio. Evidence represents current practices of an. individual group. Program Portfolio. Evidence represents current practices of the. entire program. Portfolios. Who. should do the one. • Administrators usually complete the Program Portfolio • Teaching staff usually complete ClassroomFile Size: 1MB.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Writing Portfolios in the Classroom: Policy and Practice, Promise and Peril by Robert Calfee at Barnes & Noble. FREE. Get FREE SHIPPING on Author: Robert Calfee. The authors studied the use of portfolios in local school systems for three years before they compiled Portfolio Assessment in the Reading-Writing Classroom.
Besides presenting persuasive arguments and validation for the use of portfolios as a major assessment form, the authors offer some important caveats, the most important of which is that their power can be negated if teachers or administrators take over the content of the portfolio.
So there ya have it. This is the new and easier way to create authentic writing portfolios. I hope it helps you in some way. If nothing else, maybe you will get a writing idea to use with your kids. I have a few writing themed packs that you can check out if you are interested in more writing.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction: writing portfolios--changes and challenges / Catharine Lucas --Teachers' stories: notes toward a portfolio pedagogy / Kathleen Blake Yancey --Increasing student autonomy through portfolios / Sue Ellen Gold --Portfolio.
According to Dr. Helen Barrett (PDF), portfolios fall into two categories: the positivist approach (using portfolios for learning), and the constructivist approach (using portfolios as learning).
A portfolio for learning is often a short-term capstone project that will be assessed summatively. At the end of the year, students put selections of their work into a portfolio Author: Vicki Davis. In the body of your portfolio essay, you can briefly discuss what the reader can expect to find inside.
If you write three body paragraphs, the first paragraph can discuss what you felt before going into the .This program includes a compact writing portfolio for students in middle school, high school, and college.
It addresses Common Core as well as PAR. This program includes a compact writing portfolio for 30 pins.Upon completion, the portfolio showcases an entire year of writing for a student. It demonstrates student growth and accomplishments, and parents love the final product!
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