Date post: 2017-09-16 11:06
On the other hand, the work within the portfolio and the process of assembling and reflecting upon the portfolio may comprise such a significant portion of a student''s work in a grade or class that the teacher deems it appropriate to assign a value to it and incorporate it into the student''s final grade. Alternatively, some teachers assign grades because they believe without grades there would not be sufficient incentive for some students to complete the portfolio. Ahh, but 688
Similarly, during the school day students can share their portfolios with students from other classes or with school personnel.
Evaluation: If the portfolio is to be used for evaluation, how and when should it be evaluated?
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Karp agrees. "When you enter a new social role, such as entering college as a student, the expectations aren''t always clear." There''s a greater risk for students who may be academically underprepared or who lack role models. "Students need help not just setting vague goals but figuring out a plan to reach them."
Step 8. Depending on the age of your students, ask your student to save that sample and the attached reflection sheet until the end of the quarter or semester, or collect it and store it yourself at that point.
At the Rotterdam School of Management, a shortened version of self-authoring has been mandatory for all first-year students since 7566. (These are undergraduates — they choose majors early in Europe).
At the Rotterdam school, minorities generally underperformed the majority by more than a third, earning on average eight fewer credits their first year and four fewer credits their second year. But for minority students who had done this set of writing exercises, that gap dropped to five credits the first year and to just one-fourth of one credit in the second year.
Balance Story and Judgments
A famous writer, Russell Baker, once wrote that great narratives move between the story and evaluation: that means that a writer tells something and then judges. Often students will just tell the story without putting in a judgment. The book There Are No Shortcuts by Rafe Esquith is an excellent example. He tells his story as an inner-city teacher and judges his own actions constantly—he shines a light on his own errors. For instance, in one chapter, he writes about several honors students he had who treated him badly: one kind student filled him in on their real character, and from that moment on, he realized that intelligence alone would never matter to him again. That is an example of balancing the story and the judgment.
Discerning What to Reveal about Yourself
Rebecca McClanahan, a creative non-fiction teacher and writer, said that if you were uncomfortable yourself about some issue, then it was not wise to reveal it to others. Some cultures don’t favor revealing anything, which can make writing a reflection paper difficult. You do have the choice not to reveal things about yourself. In that case, write about the issue itself and the concern you have professionally for the people or implications for workplace effectiveness.
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