7 edition of Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond found in the catalog.
|Statement||Donna J. Cole, Charles W. Ryan, Fran Kick.|
|Series||Roadmaps to success series|
|Contributions||Ryan, Charles W., Kick, Fran.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
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Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This innovative book describes the implementat Ratings: 0. Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond contains concise information designed to help teachers understand how portfolios can aid their efforts in student assessment.
Cole, Ryan, and Kick provide a clear rationale for the use of portfolios as an assessment tool. Revised edition of: Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond / Donna J. Cole, Charles W. Ryan, Fran Kick. Description: xii, 92 pages ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.
The Road to Authentic Assessment and Portfolios Strategies for Portfolio Implementation in the Classroom Using Portfolios in the Classroom Empowering Portfolios With.
Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond. Second Edition. Donna J The authors have updated this easy-to-read book on the issue of portfolio implementation within current teaching practices as alternative methods of evaluating a student's work.
"A valuable resource of the types and uses of portfolios for teachers and teacher. Make portfolios work without all the work. Learn how to use portfolios to increase student performance in the classroom. This updated, easy-to-read, step-by-step guide to using portfolios incorporates current teaching practices and technology.
It provides an alternative method of evaluating student work that is painless and effective. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond by Donna J.
Cole,Corwin Press edition, in English - 2nd by: Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond by Donna J. Cole; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Curriculum, Tests et mesures en éducation, Portfolios in education, Educational tests and measurements, Portfolios en éducation.
Noting that many middle school teachers are challenged to use portfolio assessment in the midst of their other daily responsibilities and mandated activities, this monograph demonstrates how portfolio assessment can contribute to student learning, shows how teachers use portfolio assessment in their classrooms, discusses students' views of portfolio assessment, and presents unique uses for Author: Ann Lockledge, Judith Hayn.
David R. Russell's Homepage. Portfolios Across the Curriculum: Whole School Assessment in Kentucky. By Lizabeth Moore and David R. Russell.
When the Kentucky Supreme Court declared the public education system unconstitutional in and the legislature passed the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) to revamp the existing system, we Kentucky English teachers became involved in. The book has such a nice feel to it, and I love how Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond book lays flat when you Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond book it.
There's a lot more clear sheets available than some other portfolios I perused online, and the sticker decal on the front peeled off seamlessly--no sticky residue. For the price, this is an amazing little book. I can't wait to fill it with my art. The new edition covers portfolios in many contexts beyond the writing course, with a recognition that portfolios are increasingly used across the curriculum and outside the academy.
A new chapter, "Planning an Electronic Portfolio," specifically discusses the challenges and benefits of working with e-portfolios, with advice on creating a. Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Authors discuss the development of authentic assessment and how it has led to portfolio usage.
Guidelines are given for planning portfolios, how to use them, selection of portfolio contents, reporting strategies, and use of portfolios in the classroom. Portfolios are one method of authentic assessment, showing evidence of student growth and achievement over time.
Portfolio across the curriculum and beyond. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press Cited by: The Portfolio Book: A Step-by-Step Guide for Teachers [Grace, Cathy, Shores, Elizabeth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Portfolio Book: Cited by: This book offers successful classroom practices that encourage students to learn purposefully and constructively by reflecting on their own learning processes and by making connections between what they read (whether verbal or visual texts) and the lives they lead.
Extending from middle and high school through college composition and English education classrooms, the 27 essays in the book Author: Louann Reid, Jeffrey N.
Golub. Books shelved as curriculum-design: Oxford English Grammar Course Advanced with Answers by Michael Swan, Oxford Grammar for EAP by Ken Paterson, First St. Back matter includes an author’s note on the inspiration for the book—the true story of an older elephant (named Big Mama by researchers) who saved her herd during a long drought in ; a list of amazing elephant facts; and a list of resources.
—CA. The Tree. Neal Layton. Candlewick. an understanding and a disposition that a student builds across the curriculum and co-cirriculum, from making simple connections among ideas and experiences to synthesizing and transferring learning to new, complex situation within a beyond the campus.
Beyond the Flannel Board: Story Retelling Strategies across the Curriculum by M. Susan McWilliams demystifies the story-retelling experience for teachers of young children with strategies to use the flannel board across the curriculum. Cole, Donna; Ryan, Charles W.; Kick, Frank () Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond.
Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press. Contains concise information designed to help teachers understand how portfolios can aid their efforts in student assessment. Includes a chapter on the use of technology for portfolio development. Beyond the Book Report is our middle/early high school language arts curriculum.
Middle school is a special time. These kids are not just short high schoolers or tall elementary students.
This is the time to cover all those skills and knowledge items and get your student prepared for. The completed form would include the content standard, the curriculum standards, and the curriculum objectives of this task as designated in the school’s standards book.
This form (Figure 1), issued to all subject teachers in all curriculum, helped to outline and delineate the standards that would be implemented for a particular task. Curriculum planners are found at various levels, including national, state, institutional, building, teacher-team and individual teacher levels, as well as in the classroom, where pupils and instructors cooperate.
Curriculum planning aims at providing quality learning and. Portfolio in curriculum development 1. In the Curriculum Development book of Purita Bilbao et al., it enumerates a number of fitterand more relevant Curricular Issues and Concerns.
teacher education and allied courses inNorthwestern Leyte and Make PIT an educational institution where studentsget trained to excel in their. Student-Led Conferencing Using Showcase Portfolios This book is a must for a teacher's bookshelf.' - Carol Scearce, President, Enlightening Enterprises, Beverly, MA.
Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond. Implementing Student-Led Conferences. Browse. Books & Resources. Aug 5, - Explore teachdd's board "writing across the curriculum" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Writing, Curriculum and Writing workshop pins. This book is purposed to assist readers across multiple sectors and geographic boundaries in the understanding, development, design, selection, and implementation of e-portfolios.
This book has. Current goals for students go beyond knowledge of facts and include such things as problem solving, critical thinking, lifelong learning of new information, and thinking independently. there are still some issues to consider concerning how portfolios will fit into the curriculum: 1.
Portfolios should reflect attention to the same broad. Management of Portfolios. Book By AXELOS. Description. Management of Portfolios (MoP®) is part of the Global Best Practice suite of publications, which helps organizations and individuals manage their projects, programmes and services consistently and effectively.
are only now starting to implement Portfolio management across a diverse. Often, portfolio programs are initiated by teachers, who know their classroom curriculum best. They may develop portfolios focused on a single curricular area--such as writing, mathematics, literature, or science--or they may develop portfolio programs that span two or more subjects, such as writing and reading, writing across the curriculum.
Reflection and Portfolios Across the Curriculum. Barbara King-Shaver. The Resource and Professional Development Portfolio. Projects. Thomas Phi lion. Keeping the Candle Lit through the Fierce Winds: Encouraging Personal Mastery through Portfolios Patrick Monahan. Portfolios in an EFL Undergraduate Academic Literacy Course.
The Context. For three years, portfolios were a nuclear part of an academic reading and writing course called Communicative Project VII, of the Modern Languages program in a public university, which.
Evaluation, requiring teamwork, creative thinking, and reflection (Bull et al., ), goes beyond the limits of the traditional classroom. Herman and Morrell () argued that electronic portfolios shift the balance from teacher-centered learning to student-centered learning.
Portfolios are considered to have many benefits for children's learning, development and growth (Kankaanranta, ; Seitz & Bartholomew, ), and they can be used as a child-centered tool for. Advances portfolio-based learning beyond English and writing studies; raises questions about electronic communication across the curriculum as well as issues about assessment.
Faculty Portfolios Daniel P. Tompkins: (Introduction) “Ambassadors with Portfolios: Electronic Portfolios and. The Beyond Centers and Circle Time Curriculum is specifically designed to aid in the development of young children. Kaplan also offers assessment manuals, videos, and DVDs to help children gain a further understanding of the material covered in class.
Student Portfolio Information. Bob Kizlik Ma Electronic portfolios that use digital storage capability have largely replaced the more traditional paper type as the need to present not just information, but sound, motion, and color has become an increasingly important standard.
With reference to supplementary online resources, providing activities, multimedia resources and further reading, the book covers: the requirements of the new Computing curriculum, the place for ICT in enhancing teaching and learning across the curriculum, using ICT in core curriculum subjects and in cross-curricular contexts, different models.
This teaching resource by David Cooper provides the handouts and instructions necessary to create and manage student portfolios and to use these portfolios as ongoing teaching tools through the school year in multiple subject areas. The resources in Teaching With Portfolios are most appropriate for use with students in grades seven through twelve.4/4(3).
ePortfolio Performance Support Systems: Constructing, Presenting, and Assessing Portfolios addresses theories and practices advanced by some of the most innovative and active proponents of ePortfolios.
Editors Katherine V. Wills and Rich Rice interweave twelve essays that address the ways in which ePortfolios can facilitate sustainable and measureable writing-related student development 4/5(6).
Preparing a Teaching Portfolio 1 What Is a Teaching Portfolio? A teaching portfolio (or dossier) is a coherent set of material that represents your teaching practice as related to student learning.
“Teaching practice” in its broadest sense extends beyond the obvious activities that go .Portfolios across the curriculum and beyond.) Portfolio (teacher) - "a collection of work constructed by teachers to highlight and demonstrate their knowledge and skills in teaching.
A portfolio also provides a means for reflection; it offers the opportunity for critiquing one's work and. As promised, here is my second post about Making Learning Visible and Digital Portfolios Forgive me for any technical problems, or the lack of digital craftsmanship; I am still learning.
As an administrator and classroom teacher, I find myself in a wonderful position to make some important differences in how we communicate student progress and make learning visible.