Learning Portfolios - April 13

Learning Portfolios: Reflective Practice for Improving Student Learning

John Zubizarreta
Professor of English
Director of Honors Program and Faculty Development
Columbia College
Columbia, SC, USA

April 13, 2007 workshop 9 am to 12 noon, repeated 1:30 to 4:30 pm

The learning portfolio— grounded in a process of reflection, evidence, and collaboration— is a rich, flexible document that engages students in continuous, thoughtful analysis of their learning.

Handout (PDF)


Interested in discovering or sharing an alternative or complementary approach to improving and assessing student learning? Wondering how reflection, collaboration, and evidence promote higher-level learning? Come find out about the benefits and challenges of learning portfolios, the value of reflective practice in enhancing learning, and the diverse applications of student portfolios. Bring your experiences and your varied models for active conversation, for sharing of ideas and resources on learning portfolios, and for writing a plan for implementation of a learning portfolio in a course or for a program.

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