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Re: portfolios

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J. Pease (jpease)
Tue, 30 Jul 1996 09:14:38 -0700


>Hello fellow friends of the arts!!
>
> I am planning for the 1996-97 schoolyear and have decided that I
>want to keep Portfolios for all of my students. This will be no easy task
>since I teach about 550 K-5 elementary students. But, I think portfolios
>sound like a good way to evaluate student progress. I am looking for any
>good advice on how to organize, implement, and basically any helpful
>information regarding art portfolios. please inform me!!!
> Thanks TICIA

Dear Ticia,

Sorry I am so late answering your request, but I have been on vacation. A
new publication which should be able to answer a lot of your questions has
been issued here in California. Called "Into the Portfolio Process: A
Handbook for Student Assessment", it was developed by the California Art
Education Association and is published by the Butte County Office of
Education. For information, you can call 916-538-7231. The cost is $15.50,
including tax and shipping, and can be ordered from the following address:

Butte County Office of Education
Instructional Resources Center
5 County Center Drive
Oroville, CA 95965

Hope this will be of help to you.
Sincerely,
Jill Pease
California Consortium for Visual Arts Education
Sacramento Institute