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Portfolio assessment


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Portfolio assessment

  1. 1. Portfolio Assessment Prepared by: Robbie Liza E. Caytiles Marie M. Loria
  2. 2. A portfolio is a “collection of a student work that has been selected and organized”  To show student learning progress (developmental portfolio) To show samples of the student’s best work (showcase portfolio) It is NOT a scrapbook but a purposeful collection of anything worth considering. Portfolio
  3. 3. A Portfolio’s content may be any of the following: 1. Only the best work of students. 2. Evidences of individual student’s work 3. Evidences of group work
  4. 4. 1. It can monitor the learning progress of a student over a given period. 2. It can show the student’s best work. 3. It can compare the student’s best work from the past to present. Using a portfolio as an assessment tool has several advantages. These are as follows:
  5. 5. Using a portfolio as an assessment tool has several advantages. These are as follows: 4. It can develop reflective learning. 5. It can provide documentary evidences of learning to teachers, parents and stakeholders. 6. It can foster teacher-student/parent-child collaboration in the teaching learning process.
  6. 6. 1. It is cumbersome to collect and store portfolio entries. 2. It is time consuming to make a portfolio. 3. It may create resistance on the part of the students. Disadvantages of portfolios:
  7. 7. Purposes of Portfolio Assessment: 1. Monitor student progress (formative) 2. Assess student achievement (summative) 3. Determine students’ grades (summative)
  8. 8. Types of Portfolios 1. Working Portfolios
  9. 9. Consist of collection of day-to-day work of students. They reflect the progress of a student in a particular area of learning. Provides opportunities to growth through self- reflection. Working Portfolios
  10. 10. Working Portfolios Teachers can reflect on the effectiveness of his/her instruction through working portfolios. It can be compared to an artist’s studio: the notes, the half-finished drafts, the sketches, and the completed works.
  11. 11. 1. Teacher-directed tasks 2. Teacher observations 3. Classroom activities 4. Self-assessment and self-reflections 5. Relevant learning outcomes Working Portfolios may contain the following evidences:
  12. 12. Types of Portfolios 1. Documentary Portfolios
  13. 13. Documentary Portfolios – Collections of the best work of students assembled for assessment purposes – Showcases the final products of student work – Provide evidences that certain instructional goals are realized – Indicate students’ progress and weaknesses from one learning area to another
  14. 14. Types of Portfolios 1. Show Portfolios
  15. 15. – Purposeful collections of limited amount of student’s work – Usually finished products to display the best he/she accomplished in a given period – May contain art projects, essays, stories, poetry, or research papers – Reflect the curriculum goals of the learning areas Show Portfolios
  16. 16. Key Elements in Portfolio Assessment – A good portfolio assessment involves teachers, students, and parents – Should specify a variety of materials systematically arranged and organized – Criteria should be identified – Students should be required to evaluate portfolios periodically – The school should schedule portfolio evaluation conference
  17. 17. Questions in Portfolio- making 1. What is the purpose in making a portfolio? 2. Who should make the portfolio? 3. How long will it take to assemble the entries in a portfolio? 4. How will it take to assemble the entries in a portfolio?
  18. 18. 5. What entries will be included in the portfolio? 6. What criteria should be used to evaluate a portfolio? 7. What conclusions can be made as he result of the construction of the portfolio? 8. How can we summarize evaluative data in a portfolio? Questions in Portfolio- making
  19. 19. Developmental vs. Showcase Portfolio
  20. 20. Developmental Portfolio
  21. 21. –aims to present the learning process of a student –used during instruction Developmental Portfolio
  22. 22. Showcase Portfolio
  23. 23. –provides samples of a student’s performance at the end of the instructional program Showcase Portfolio
  24. 24. Portfolio Process Set Goals Collect Select Reflect Exhibit Confer Reflect

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