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Did i see sample of the 3 different types of portfolio
The following is a list of the types most often cited in the literature: 1.Documentation Portfolio: This type is also know as the "working" portfolio. [ Specifically, this approach involves a collection of work over time showing growth and improvement reflecting students' learning of identified outcomes. 2.Process Portfolio: This approach documents all facets or phases of the learning process.
They are particularly useful in documenting students' overall learning process. 3.Showcase Portfolio: This type of portfolio is best used for summative evaluation of students' mastery of key curriculum outcomes. It should include students' very best work, determined through a combination of student and teacher selection. ]
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