CTL WORKSHOP RESOURCES
Portfolios and Learning: Workshop PowerPoint (Developed by Bob Marchessault)
Sample portfolio assignment using blogs, includes grading rubric, modifiable
This model portfolio assignment suggests the use of free blogging sites. N.B. Georgian’s latest version of Blackboard (9) has a built-in blogging tool.
E-Portfolios (Emgering Technology Trends Vol. 1 No. 1)
PROFILES OF EFFECTIVE PRACTICE
Beccy Rodgers – Using Portfolios for Assessment
Mary O’Farrell-Bowers: Increasing Relevance Using Portfolio Presentations
BOOKS AVAILABLE IN THE CENTRE FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
Huba, M. E. & Freed, J. E. (2000). Learner-centered assessment on college campuses: Shifting the focus from teaching to learning. Allyn and Bacon.
Wyatt, R.L. & Looper, S. (1999). So you have to have a portfolio: A teacher’s guide to preparation and presentation. Corwin Press.
Herteis, E.M. & Simmons, N. (2010). The portfolio process. Green Guide No. 10: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
EXTERNAL WEB RESOURCES
Lorenzo, G., Ittelson, J., & Obliger, D (Ed.) (2005). An overview of e-portfolos. Educause Learning Initiative. Retrieved October, 2010 from: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI3001.pdf
Park University (n.d.). Incorporating Portfolio Assessment. Retrieved October, 2010 from http://www.park.edu/cetl/quicktips/portfolio.html
This site provides an excellent overview regarding using portfolios for assessment. It gives information on things such as the following: advantages and disadvantages, types of portfolios, stages of portfolio development, and elements and characteristics of portfolios.
Zubizarreta, J. (n.d.). The learning portfolio: Reflective practice for improving student learning. Columbia College, SC. Retrieved October 2010 from: http://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/eportfolio/documents/LearningPortfolio_000.pdf