Portfolios: Process and Product

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Pat Belanoff, Marcia Dickson
Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1991 - Education - 315 pages

This book, the first to focus exclusively on portfolio assessment, is practical, theoretical, and broad in scope, offering places to start rather than claiming to be definitive. The articles, all by teachers with considerable experience in using portfolio grading, are free of jargon, making sound composition and assessment theory available to every reader, regardless of the level of writing taught.

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Contents

State University of New York at Stony Brook
3
Using Portfolios to Increase Collaboration
17
Portfolios as a Followup Option
37
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About the author (1991)

MARCIA DICKSON, associate professor of English at the Ohio State University at Marion, teaches developmental writing, advanced composition, and composition pedagogy. Her interest in composition studies began as a graduate student at SUNY Stony Brook, where she was involved in the development of Peter Elbow and Pat Belanoff's innovative portfolio assessment program. She and Pat Belanoff coedited the first comprehensive study of portfolio assessment, Portfolios: Process and Product (Boynton/Cook, 1991). For the past five years, she as been the project director for an Early English Composition Assessment Program (EECAP) for the Ohio Board of Regents, which develops both classroom and large-scale portfolio assessment and promotes collaboration between college and high school faculties.

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