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Portfolio Keeping A Guide for Students

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ISBN-10: 1457632853

ISBN-13: 9781457632853

Edition: 3rd 2014

Authors: Nedra Reynolds, Elizabeth Davis

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Brief and inexpensive, Portfolio Keeping, Third Edition provides all the information students need to create successful portfolios either in print or online. With expanded coverage of e-portfolios, portfolios across the curriculum and outside the academy, and reflective thinking and writing, the new third edition will help students and instructors using portfolios in any situation. This book is also available as an e-book within the Bedford e-Portfolio.
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Book details

List price: $28.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 8/9/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 96
Size: 6.03" wide x 9.08" long x 0.30" tall
Weight: 0.308
Language: English

Preface for Instructors
Introduction: Understanding Portfolios
Types of Portfolios
Portfolios for Learning
Portfolios for Presentation
Forms of Portfolios
Principles of Portfolio Keeping
Time to Reflect
Time to Reflect 1-Predicting What's Ahead in Your Portfolio Journey
The Process of Portfolio Keeping
Setting Goals and Planning Ahead
Time to Reflect 2-Preparing to Present Yourself
Planning an Electronic Portfolio
E-Portfolio Platforms
Presentation Tools
E-Portfolio Navigation and Design
Multimodality in e-Portfolios
Time to Reflect 3-Searching for Models of Effective Sites
Staying Organized and Keeping a Working Folder
Staying Organized
Keeping a Working Folder
Labeling and Saving Your Files
Tracking Readers' Comments
Managing Your Time
Time to Reflect 4-Remembering a Time When Learning Clicked
Becoming a Reflective Learner
Practicing Reflective Learning
Journals and Blogs
Time to Reflect 5-Analyzing Keys to Reflective Learning
Reviewer Memos
Using Reviewer Memos to Get More Out of Peer Review
Time to Reflect 6-Generating Reviewer Memo Questions
Midterm Self-Assessments
Keeping Company and Working with Others
Time to Reflect 7-Evaluating a Recent Peer Review Session
Keeping Up and Getting Unstuck
Getting Started
Planning and Drafting More Effectively
Seeking Out Other Readers and Learning About Resources
Finding Good Readers
Time to Reflect 8-Imagining a Place for Support
From Process to Product-Preparing for Assessment
Understanding Assessment
Assessment from the Portfolio Keeper's Perspective
Time to Reflect 9-Analyzing Traits of a Discourse Community
Assessment from an Instructor's Perspective
Time to Reflect 10-Preparing Your Working Folder
Putting It Together: Selecting and Arranging Artifacts
Starting the Selection Process
The Navigational Scheme
Choosing the Entries
Building an Information Architecture
Time to Reflect 11-Mapping Connections between Artifacts
Preparing to Write the Introduction and Other Reflective Components
Time to Reflect 12-Synthesizing Your Expectations Then and Now
Metaphorical Thinking
The Final Stages: Revising, Editing, and Proofreading the Artifacts
Time to Reflect 13-Checking Places for Revision
Portfolio Keeping Continued: Revisiting Your Learning