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Preservice Teachers' Electronic Portfolios: Integrating Technology, Self-Assessment, and Reflection
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Teacher Education Quarterly Volume 25, Number 1, ISSN 0737-5328

Abstract

Investigated the evolution of electronic portfolios by preservice elementary teachers, examining how they constructed and thought about electronic self-assessment portfolios. Data from portfolios, interviews, and surveys indicated that creating portfolios allowed participants to be reflective because of how the portfolio development process built-in the nature of reflection. Students found the experience positive and useful. (SM)

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McKinney, M. (1998). Preservice Teachers' Electronic Portfolios: Integrating Technology, Self-Assessment, and Reflection. Teacher Education Quarterly, 25(1), 85-103. Retrieved May 24, 2019 from .

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