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Paving the Way for E-Portfolio: Transitioning Faculty from Paper to Digital
Unformatted Document Text:  Kaye, C. & Morin A. (1998). Teaching Portfolios and Teacher Education. Teacher Education Quarterly. V25 n1 p5-8. Kilbane, C. McNergeny, R., (2001). Focus on Technology: Digital Portfolios Display Talent. Paper presented at American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Dallas, TX. McLaughlin, M. & Vogt, M.E. (1996). Portfolios in teacher education. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Mokhtari, K., Yellin, D.,, Bull, K.& Montgomery, D., (1996). Portfolios assessment in teacher education: Impact on preservice teachers’ knowledge and attitudes. Journal of Teacher Education. 47(4), 245-252. Piper, H. (1999). Electronic Portfolios in Teacher Education Reading Methods Courses. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American EducationalResearch Association. Snyder, K., Lippincott, A., & Bower, D. (1995). Portfolios in teacher education: Technical or Transformational. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Sheingold, K. & Frederikson, J. (1994). Using technology to support innovative assessment. In B. Means (Ed.), Technology and education reform. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. Shulman, L. (1998). A union of insufficiencies: Strategies for teacher assessment in a period of reform. Educational Leadership. 46, 36-41. Wolf, K. (1991). The school teacher’s portfolio: Issues in design, implementation, and evaluation. Phil Delta Kappan. 73(2) p129-136. Wolf, K. (1996). Developing an effective teaching portfolio. Educational Leadership. 53, 34-37. Wolf, K. Dietz, M. (1998). Teaching Portfolio: Purposes and Possibilities. Teacher Education Quarterly. 25 (1), 9-22.

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Kaye, C. & Morin A. (1998). Teaching Portfolios and Teacher Education. Teacher
Education Quarterly. V25 n1 p5-8.
Kilbane, C. McNergeny, R., (2001). Focus on Technology: Digital Portfolios Display Talent.
Paper presented at American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Dallas, TX.
McLaughlin, M. & Vogt, M.E. (1996). Portfolios in teacher education. Newark, DE:
International Reading Association.
Mokhtari, K., Yellin, D.,, Bull, K.& Montgomery, D., (1996). Portfolios assessment in
teacher education: Impact on preservice teachers’ knowledge and attitudes.
Journal of Teacher Education. 47(4), 245-252.
Piper, H. (1999). Electronic Portfolios in Teacher Education Reading Methods
Courses. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational
Research Association.
Snyder, K., Lippincott, A., & Bower, D. (1995). Portfolios in teacher education:
Technical or Transformational. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of
American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
Sheingold, K. & Frederikson, J. (1994). Using technology to support innovative assessment. In
B. Means (Ed.), Technology and education reform. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass.
Shulman, L. (1998). A union of insufficiencies: Strategies for teacher assessment in
a period of reform. Educational Leadership. 46, 36-41.
Wolf, K. (1991). The school teacher’s portfolio: Issues in design, implementation, and
evaluation. Phil Delta Kappan. 73(2) p129-136.
Wolf, K. (1996). Developing an effective teaching portfolio. Educational Leadership.
53, 34-37.
Wolf, K. Dietz, M. (1998). Teaching Portfolio: Purposes and Possibilities. Teacher Education
Quarterly.
25 (1), 9-22.


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