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Assessment ePortfolios Case Study Sample

Assessment ePortfolios Case Study Sample

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Published by David Woo
To be featured in the City University of Hong Kong teaching handbook
To be featured in the City University of Hong Kong teaching handbook

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Published by: David Woo on Feb 03, 2011
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Dr. Tak Yan Lee
Department of Applied Social Studies
Integrating ePortfolio into the curriculum
 Assessment ePortfolios
Case Studies 4a
ePortfolios have the power to enablesharing among students.
 
Case Studies: Encouraging Student Refection
 
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How were ePortfolios used?
 The ePortfolio was used as an assessment tool.Students were assessed on the following tasks:
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Weekly assignments: Each assignment coveredone or more topics taught that week. Students postedtheir initial work on Blackboard. Both classmates andthe teacher added their comments to the work andthe students then used this feedback to improve whatthey had done. Final versions of the assignments wereposted in the ePortfolios.
02
Self-evaluation of one’s performance in theassignments by following the assessment rubrics. Theself-evaluation form was submitted for the teacher’sreview via the ePortfolio.
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Selection of the ve best weekly assignments forshowcasing in the ePortfolio.
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 A group research proposal which was developedin the ePortfolio.
Social Work Research and Evaluation (SS4114)
80 students in Semester B, 2009/2010
 
Teacher’s Comments
“ePortfolios have the power to enable sharing amongstudents. In our weekly assignments, studentsposted their work on the Web as a kind of sharing.So they knew how other students had been doing(peer sharing). I think this is very powerful in terms of teaching and learning.”
Issues
Using ePortfolios for assessment is very time-consuming if the class is big: “One of the majorproblems for me is that the class size was too big.I had difculties in evaluating each of my students’weekly assignments.”
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Case Studies: Encouraging Student Refection
 

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