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Title: Portfolios as an Assessment Tool of Learning and Competences from Students with SEN.
Authors: Candeias, A. A.
Silva, J.
Saragoça, M. J.
Rebocho, M.
Editors: Halkias, D.
Keywords: Portfolios
Assessment Tool
Students with SEN
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Candeias, A., Silva, J., Saragoça, M. J. & Rebocho, M. (2013). Portfolios as an Assessment Tool of Learning and Competences from Students with SEN. In, D. Halkias (Ed.), Psychology and the Search for Certainty in Everyday Life. (pp. 49-61). Athens: ATINER (ISBN: 978-960-9549-35-6).
Abstract: The portfolios are systematic collections of work by students with guidance and support of the teachers and may serve as a basis to analyze the continuity learning process in terms of effort and performance improvement. In this work we adopt a definition of portfolios as a compendium of materials that document and demonstrate a person’s accomplishments and career readiness so this tool is a collection of work that are used to document, monitor and evaluate performances. In this sense “portfolios embody an organized, purposeful, longitudinal collection of student work that tells a story of the student’s efforts, progress, or achievement in a given area. They may also assess the achievement of program objectives” (Swigonsky, Ward, Mama, Rodgers, Belicose, 2006, p. 813). So these longitudinal characteristics of the portfolios bring the possibility to follow the process of learning and development, step by step with learning disabilities students.
ISBN: 978-960-9549-35-6
Type: bookPart
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