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Using a purposeful collection of student work and student reflection upon that work to stimulate critical thinking.
Annotated bibliography of web sites, books and articles for your further investigation.
How one teacher uses portfolios in his class to track students' growth across the semester.
In the conversation of knowledge-creation, students must be prompted to ready themselves for constructive participation.
Never taught with learning portfolios before? Here are some things you can include in them.
It is best to decide from the outset how you will evaluate student learning portfolios. Here are a few ways to do that.
From experience, this teacher has learned a valuable lesson about what kinds of autonomy students should be given and what kinds they should not.
Reflecting upon course-related experience is often a new kind of assignment for them. Reflection guides like this can help prompt them in constructive directions.