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Richard Ferdig; Caroline Crawford; Roger Carlsen; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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This conference has 22 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 1059

  1. Creating an electronic portfolio using templates and web site publishing

    Vicki Napper, Weber State University, United States

    The Utah Education Network (UEN) created a web site for publishing and archiving electronic portfolios. In order to assist students in creating and publishing simple portfolios to the UEN web site... More

    p. 209

  2. Improving Teacher Education through Web-Based Standardization, Assessment, and Collaboration E-Folio Programming

    Richard O'Connor, University of Arkansas at Monticello, United States

    This presentation will demonstrate the use of a commercial web-based Electronic Folio as a means for Teacher Education Clinical Interns from eight separate Teacher Education institutions to create,... More

    pp. 210-212

  3. A Showcase: Electronic Portfolio System

    John Ronghua Ouyang, Karen Andrews & Kelly Hines, Kennesaw State University, United States

    Electronic portfolio system designed and developed by the Office of Career Services at Kennesaw State University is featured with friendly use, customized setup, well-designed organization,... More

    pp. 213-214

  4. E-portfolio for In-service Teachers Training: Beauty and Thorn

    John Ronghua Ouyang & Karen Andrews, Kennesaw State University, United States

    E-portfolio is a challenge for in-service teachers' training; the effectiveness of e-portfolio assessment has become a critical issue today. Can all in-service teachers in Early Childhood and... More

    pp. 215-218

  5. Database Portfolios: Possibilities for detailing growth over time in pedagogy and curriculum knowledge for pre-service teachers

    Ken Potter & Ann Potts, Virginia Tech, United States

    The discussion will reflect the culmination of a project that included the development of an 'archival database portfolio.' It will outline our development process, and detail key issues... More

    pp. 219-221

  6. Reflection and the Electronic Portfolio: The Nature and Quality of Preservice Teachers' Reflective Writing

    Holly Robbins, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States

    This paper describes a content analysis of 10 preservice teachers' electronic portfolios undertaken in an effort to understand the nature and depth of the reflective essays. Using The Reflection... More

    pp. 222-227

  7. From high school to college: How prepared are teacher education candidates for technology integration?

    Cindy Ross & Savilla Banister, Bowling Green State University, United States

    State and national standards continue to prod teacher education programs towards preparing students who are capable of integrating computer technologies into their teaching methodologies. However,... More

    p. 228

  8. Electronic Growth and Impact Portfolios: Supporting Educator Development across the Professional Continuum

    Kathleen Rutowski, Ann Igoe & Theodore Kopcha, Arizona State University, United States

    In this brief paper we describe aspects of a pilot project using a web-based tool to manage preservice teacher courses and student teaching experiences to lay the foundation for developing program-... More

    pp. 229-234

  9. Showcase vs. Emerging Portfolios: Capturing Practice and Reflection of K-12 Practitioners through Authentic Engagement in Online Communities

    Johann Sarmiento, Center for Research in Human Development and Education, Temple University, United States

    Although "showcase" portfolios demonstrating teachers' expected proficiencies proliferate, their validity as indicators of teachers' effectiveness, competence or performance as well as their... More

    pp. 235-237

  10. The Reflective E-Portfolio in Blackboard: A Case Study

    Catherine Schifter, Temple University, College of Education, United States

    Abstract: Reflective practice and portfolios of student teachers work have each been part of the teacher preparation process for many years. However, putting these two practices together into an ... More

    pp. 238-240

  11. Technology-Based Assessment: From Assignment to Program

    Timothy Schwob & Michael Schwob, SUNY College at Potsdam, United States

    Abstract: In responding to Middle States Association (MSA), National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and State University of New York (SUNY) mandates, the faculty members of... More

    pp. 241-242

  12. Electronic Portfolio Assessment of Graduate Students

    Annis Shaver & Mary Avalos, University of Miami, United States

    In order to assess in-service teachers in an authentic manner, one Master’s Degree in TESOL program revised the evaluation criteria for degree conferral (the traditional end-of-program... More

    pp. 243-248

  13. Creating Electronic Portfolios that Facilitate Reflection and Evaluation

    Craig Shepherd, Drew Polly, Peter Rich & Gretchen Thomas, University of Georgia, United States

    This paper will describe the experience of constructing web-based portfolios in a technology course for pre-service teachers. Implications for constructing portfolios around reflective and... More

    pp. 249-252

  14. E-Portfolio: A Virtual Evolution

    Thilla Sivakumaran & William Wishart, University of Tennessee, United States

    Abstract: Technology has supported the dramatic evolution of portfolios over the past several years. Digital portfolios are the latest incarnation and Universities across the country are working to... More

    pp. 253-256

  15. Process & Promise: A Case Study of Digital Portfolios in Graduate Teacher Education

    Adrienne Andi Sosin & Bruce Rosenbloom, Adelphi University, United States

    This case study describes collaborative efforts by Literacy faculty and Department of Instructional Technology staff to implement a digital portfolio requirement in a Literacy Specialist... More

    pp. 257-262

  16. Innovations in Teaching Classroom Assessment

    Alexandru Spatariu & Michelle Weibel, University of Nevada Las Vegas, United States; Lisa Bendixen & Lori Olafson, UNLV, United States

    In an attempt to better prepare assessment literate teachers, the content and delivery of a required UNLV undergraduate assessment course was revised. The revised course included various methods of... More

    pp. 263-267

  17. Using Internet Based Tools to Manage Assessment

    Gerry Swan, University of Virginia, United States

    A pressing question that has not been addressed for schools of education are the ways in which they can effectively manage and access the huge volumes of data generated with a wide-scale portfolio ... More

    pp. 268-269

  18. An Application possibility of Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) -Examination by persuasive texts-

    Mio Tsubakimoto, Dept. of Human System Science, Graduate School of Decision and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Manabu Kishi, Faculty of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; Kanji Akahori, Dept. of Human System Science, Graduate School of Decision and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    This research examines how subjective evaluations of persuasive texts are influenced by relations between sentences. Furthermore, an analysis technique known as Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) is... More

    pp. 270-275

  19. An Electronic Portfolio System: Faculty and Student Perceptions

    Beverly Wallace, Andrew King, Jennifer Aldrich, Yuankun Yao & Matthew Thomas, Central Missouri State University, United States

    This brief paper reports findings from an ongoing analysis of the electronic portfolio program required for early childhood, elementary, and middle school teacher certification at Central Missouri ... More

    pp. 276-281

  20. My Experiences in Creating Electronic Portfolios

    Aifang Wang, Ohio University, United States

    Electronic portfolios have become very popular among educators. The paper focuses on the experiences in creating an electronic portfolio by a graduate student. Even though encountering challenges... More

    pp. 282-287