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Digital Portfolios: A Confluence of Portfolio Assessment and Technology


Teacher Education Quarterly Volume 25, Number 1, ISSN 0737-5328


Summarizes two trends in teacher education: using performance-based portfolios for assessment, instruction, and professional development and transforming computers from complicated instruments to universally available tools that facilitate tasks involving knowledge access and processing. The article explores connections between the two trends and poses possibilities for teacher educators as they plan for the future. (SM)


Georgi, D. & Crowe, J. (1998). Digital Portfolios: A Confluence of Portfolio Assessment and Technology. Teacher Education Quarterly, 25(1), 73-84. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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