Digital Portfolios Software Selection for Student Manipulation
Computers in the Schools Volume 23, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569
Educators are faced with developing performance indicators for reporting to state and national agencies on pre-service teacher candidates' ability to teach using innovative pedagogy as well as content- specific standards. Portfolio assessment has gained momentum as a standard in assessing student-learning outcomes. This paper is a discussion of digital portfolio development as a stimulus to the intellectual involvement of the learner (a Type II application). Digital portfolio development is an activity that naturally involves intellectual involvement as the learner identifies the problem (developing the digital portfolio) and then problem solves as he or she creates the digital portfolio. Each student is in control of portfolio development and manipulates the Web-based software to create the professional portfolio.
Hunt, A.L., Wood, B.K., Terrell, M.K. & Isom, J. (2006). Digital Portfolios Software Selection for Student Manipulation. Computers in the Schools, 23(1), 139-147.
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Raymond Pastore, Bloomsburg University, United States; Raymond Pastore, The Pennsylvania State University, United States
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