Designing and Using Portfolios
Beverly D. Shaklee
Allyn and Bacon, 1997 - Education - 147 pages
This is a practical book designed to provide teachers with the information needed to use new forms of assessment. It provides the theoretical knowledge to help them understand authentic assessment, and strategies to use portfolio assessment in their classrooms. The authors demystify the process of portfolio assessment by presenting it as a decision-making process with step-by-step illustrations and examples. They also provide clear application of portfolio assessment to the planning and adaptation of instruction, and an overview of barriers to change with examples of solutions.
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