How might you go about supporting the use of portfolios at Luther?
Well, here are some resources to begin exploring. Then, when you're
ready to develop competency objectives in your area, look at the
templates and ideas listed below.
Seminary in OK . AMBS Seminary
in IN . Faith Baptist
Theological Seminary . The Religious
Studies program at CA State U. at Bakersfield . Alverno College's
Portfolio (this is not a theological program, but it's a "best
practices" college when it comes to portfolios). The Religious
Studies dept. at the University
of Leeds . Programs
which presented at the AAHE meeting .
An incredibly rich set of links to various issues involved in
assessment has been put together by North Carolina State University.Click
here for their primary page. The AAR
page on assessment in religious studies . Portfolio
assessment . Developing
portfolio assessment . An introduction
to it . A glossary
of relevant terms . An excellent, annotated bibliography
on portfolio assessment . the Portfolio
Clearinghouse . A great set of resources on e-portfolios .
Other more general assessment/evaluation issues:
classroom assessment techniques page . "Assessment,
accountability, and student learning outcomes" . Bloom's
taxonomy . Gardner's
multiple intelligences .
Active learning reflection tool . Dykstra
on evaluation .
Assessing interactivity in distributive learning . In-depth
tutorial on facilitating student participation online . Principles
for cultivating communities of practice . A good bibliography
of print resources .
The Collaboration for the Advancement
of College Teaching and Learning . The
American Association for Higher Education (see especially their
site on electronic
of Nebraska, Lincoln . University
of Oklahoma . University
of Maryland . Indiana
State University . University
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