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Monday, February 26, 2007

E-portfolios are the wave of the future by Harry Grover Tuttle

Here is yet another example of E-portfolio-Based Teaching, I thought you may find interesting.

E-portfolios can be a great way for educators to track student progress and inspire them to examine how and what they learned — and what they need to work on.

Effective 21st century assessment reaches beyond traditional testing to look at the broader accomplishments of learners. Assembling an e-portfolio, or electronic portfolio, is an excellent method for assessing students' progress toward school, state, or national academic standards, as well as 21st century skills. An electronic portfolio is a purposefully limited collection of student selected work over time that documents progress toward meeting the standards. Work may be collected over a semester, a year, or even several years, passing from one grade level and teacher to the next.

Source: TechLEARNING