Great Resources on Portfolio Assessment
Portfolios provide evidence of scope and depth of learner's knowledge and competences, as well as showcase learner's progress and provide opportunities for learner's self-reflection and self-evaluation. Join our webinar and explore the following resources to learn more about planning and integrating portfolio assessment into your ESL classroom.
Collaborative Language Portfolio Assessment Manitoba Best Practices Guide This guide contains practical suggestions for planning and incorporating portfolio assessment into the EAL classroom.
Portfolios: More Than Just a File Folder,
produced by Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit. This document presents literature based information on portfolio assessment and provides a framework for implementation with practical examples.
by Emily Lynch Gómez.This document tries to "answer frequently asked questions about assessment portfolios for English language learners and describes the lessons that portfolio users have learned."
"This handbook looks at assessment methods for independent language learning, particularly the use of the independent language learning portfolio."
The Implementation of Portfolio Assessment in an ESL/EFL Classroom
In her article, Sok-Han (Monica) Lau discusses strengths and weaknesses of portfolio assessment.
ePortfolios for adult ESL learners in AMES: eLearning Innovation Project 2010 (Australian Flexible Learning Framework)
This project started in 2010 to pilot the use of e-Portfolios by adult culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) learners delivered in face-to-face and distance learning settings.
ePorfolio Concept for Learners
This guide introduces learners to ePortfolios, their benefits, and issues to consider when developing one's personal ePortfolio.
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