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10+ Portfolio Assessment Templates in PDF | Word

Portfolio Assessment is the collective term for the assessment of a student’s work. This is the assessment of the student’s efforts, progress, and achievements. It can be the examination of the student’s selective works and documents that contributes to the student’s achievement of the academic goals. Here are some portfolio assessment templates that you can check out to gather more information.

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10+ Portfolio Assessment Templates in PDF | Word

1. Portfolio Learning Assessment Template

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2. Portfolio to Assess Student’s Performance

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3. Sample Portfolio Assessment Template

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4. Portfolio Effective Assessment Template

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5. Portfolio Alternative Assessment

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6. Portfolio Impact Assessment Template

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7. Portfolio Reflective Assessment

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8. Portfolio Supervisor Assessment

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9. Teaching Portfolio Assessment Template

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10. Portfolio Role Assessment in DOC

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How to Conduct a Portfolio Assessment?

Step 1: Defining the Objectives

Determine the curriculum objectives that are to be addressed by the portfolio. Set the objective of the curriculum that you want the student’s portfolio to fulfill. This will help you to do a proper assessment of the portfolio and you might get the desired result.

Step 2: Determining the Decision

Make the decision or the result that you want to achieve from the assessment of the portfolio. You will need to specify the outcome that you want from the portfolio. This will help you to compare the decision with the assessment result that you will get.

Step 3: Assess the Portfolio

Assess the student’s portfolio that you have received. There are different types of assessment methods that you can use to evaluate the portfolios. Use the one that you think is suitable and convenient for you.

Step 4: Set up the Result

Define the result that you received from the assessment process. The result will help you to understand if the portfolio of the student has satisfied the goals and the objectives you set up. The analysis result will confirm is the portfolio is at par with the curriculum.

What is the Purpose of Portfolio Assessment?

A portfolio assessment helps to develop a sense of awareness of a student’s own learnings. The assessments develop social skills and students interact with other students in the process of developing a portfolio. It helps in the development of new learners. Another important thing that you will get through portfolio assessment is the interaction between student and teacher.

What are the Stages of Implementing a Portfolio Assessment?

Stage 1: Identification of the Teaching Goals

The teachers should be very much clear about what he or she wants to achieve through his or her teaching. The goal will help to select assessment works for the portfolio of the students.

Stage 2: Introduction of the Idea

Introduce the concept of portfolio assessment in the class. Many students might not be aware of the concept. Therefore it will be very necessary that you introduce the concept and make them aware of the idea and how it will benefit them.

Stage 3: Specifications

Specifying the quantity of the content is very important. Specifications for both core and optional. The later gives the opportunity to the students to express themselves and the students can have independent ideas.

Stage 4: Clear and Detailed Guidelines

There should be certain rules and guidelines that are to be mentioned. These guidelines will ensure that during the presentation process the students follow those guidelines and present the exact amount of evidence for the learning as is required.

Stage 5: Notification

The students, teachers, parents, and the department should be aware of the new assessment process so that it is no problem when the assessment is started.

Stage 6: Development

This is the final stage that is the development of the portfolio that the student must start for the assessment.

What are the important elements of a Portfolio?

  1. The Cover letter that includes ‘about the author’, ‘progress as a learner’ with other informations like name, project name, etc.
  2. The table of contents which will list all the headings and sub-headings of the topics.
  3. Entries that the students need to make, both core and optional.
  4. The date of the entries to show growth.
  5. Draft of written or oral products and the revised version of it.
  6. The reflection where the students express themselves such as what they have learned, what they feel about their performance, why have they done this, what were the challenges he has faced, etc.

What are the Types of Portfolio?

  1. Documentation Portfolio

    This portfolio includes over-the-time the work of the students that show growth and improvement of the students. It is also known as the ‘growth portfolio‘ that includes brainstorming, drafting, and finished products.

  2. Process Portfolio

    This includes the process that is undergone. The portfolio demonstrates the phases of the learning process. It might include learning logs, journals, etc.

  3. Showcase Portfolio

    This shows the best output or the performance of the students. This is usually used for the summative evaluation of the student.

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