Feel free to use or adapt any of these materials. I ask you to include attribution. Thank you.
1. An overview of how I described the end of term (and half-way through term check-in) Learning Portfolio assignment in Biol. 345, a biology elective for non life-science majors.
2. A tool I designed and shared with students on how to do well in this assignment, and basically what I used to mark it.
3. The check-in feedback form I used in Integrated Science 330B, a course for science majors, where their final assignment, with this half-way check-in, was to create a chart to show how they met the LO of the course.
4. The syllabi for each of those courses:
Biol 345 (simple outline of course; see detailed learning portfolio assignment description in #1 above)
ISCI 330b (Learning portfolio assignment description starts at bottom of p. 5)
5. The CELT paper I wrote after leading a pre-conference workshop on use of Learning Portfolios at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference at the University of New Brunswick:
Cassidy, A. (2010). Learning Portfolios: Creative Connections between Formal and Informal Learning. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Volume 3. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE). Click here for the PDF.
Compiled by Alice Cassidy, In View Education and Professional Development https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/
Thanks to Lydia Jones and Anton Tolman for their contribution of some materials. Do you have something to add? Let me know and I can update the list!
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Utah Valley University. From Anton Tolman. Try a subject search for portfolio, rubric, and/or peer review for links: http://www.uvu.edu/facultycenter/
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