Student Portfolio Examples

“Lynch and Purnawarman (2004:50) point out that “a solid electronic portfolio can show reflection, evolution of thought and overall professional development”. Research shows that electronic portfolio assessment, if implemented thoughtfully, can successfully engage learners in critical thinking and problem solving, promote lifelong education, encourage self evaluation and allow learners to have a higher degree of control over the learning process (Pierson and Kumari, 2000; Mason, Pegler, and Weller, 2004). Given the value of electronic portfolios, there has been growing interest in using electronic portfolio assessment to support teacher education (Lynch and Purnawarman, 2004).”

Mok, J. (2012). As a Student, I Do Think that the Learning Effectiveness of Electronic Portfolios Depends, to Quite a Large Extent, on the Attitude of Students!. Electronic Journal Of E-Learning10(4), 407-416.

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