Many teacher preparation programs require their candidates to develop a teaching portfolio as they go through the program. Portfolios are a collection of student's work products over time, arranged so that they and others can see how their skills have developed and progressed. They also include criteria for selecting and judging content. The portfolio concept originated in higher education with colleges of arts, music, and architecture. Work in these areas could not be measured well through traditional tests. Instead of final exams, these students had to have a professional portfolio when they graduated to demonstrate their level of accomplishment in their field.
Roblyer (2006) mentioned in her book that by using electronic publishing, videos, and presentation software, students can share their art creations with others. Because of that reasons, Electronic portfolios have long been a way for art students to demonstrate their achievements and abilities. Students can create Powerpoint presentations, videos, electronic books, and web sites to show their research and creative work.
“Knowledge is learning something new every day. Wisdom is letting go of something every day.”—Zen Proverb
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