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Collecting Evidence and Portfolios: Engaging Students in Pedagogical Documentation explains how to authentically involve students in tangible, practical, and possible ways as they collect evidence of their learning. In this book, the authors reframe “pedagogical documentation” to include the deep involvement of students, regardless of their age. When the process for creating portfolios and preparing collections of evidence is designed well, it is simple enough to be sustained in very busy and diverse classroom settings.
This book includes:
- Practical ideas
- Cross-curricular examples
- Five portfolio structures
- Responses to commonly asked questions
This book, the fourth in the Knowing What Counts series, is for teachers who want to help their students learn more by involving them in assessment.