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Re: Portfolio Viewing

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Stenger - Judith DiSalvo (jstenger)
Tue, 2 Jun 1998 21:35:57 -0400 (EDT)


Hi Suzette,
I don't think my first note went through, but I wanted to thank you
for this wonderful idea. It breaks my heart when kids throw their work in
the trash after they've put forth so much time and effort and created
beautiful art. I'm trying this out right away.
Judy

On Tue, 2 Jun 1998, suzette milam wrote:

> Hi Bunki and everyone out there,
>
> The letter says:
> STUDENT____________________ Date_______
> VIEWER_____________________
>
> Dear Viewer,
> Thank you for being part of the assessment and instruction process of this
> student artist. I believe that it is important the student share his/her work
> with others and celibrate the growth that has taken place over the year.
>
> Please discuss the portfolio with the student by: 1) questioning what he or
> she has learned; 2) telling him/her what you like; and 3) enqouraging the
> student to discuss growth and goals. Please avoid being negative.
>
> Please respond to the following questions. Give the student the response sheet
> to return to class. Your answers will help the student learn more from the
> classroom experience.
> Thank you so much for investing this time!
> Sincerely,
> Suzette Milam
>
> (questions in last post)
> ***********************************************************************
> >Hi, Suzette...I read with great interest your yr. end portfolio assessment.
> >I'm also interested in just "what" you put at the top of your assessment
> >sheet in explanation to the parents. Would you mind being more specific? I
> >would like to try this.
>