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Study on the Meaning of Student Portfolio Construction That Portfolio Competition Winners Experienced (경진대회 수상자를 통한 학생포트폴리오 작성 경험의 의미)

  • Han, Ji-Young
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.70-77
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of this study was to verify the educational value of student portfolio and to give the direction of making student portfolio. Qualitative research method was used to accomplish objectives of the study. 9 students who were winner in competition of student portfolio in I University at Incheon Province were interviewed. Data were recorded, transcribed and analyzed. Most students started to make student portfolio by compulsory, but they realized that it was necessary to start student portfolio from the lower grades. They had difficulties in not having materials of activities and hesitated at the beginning of making student portfolio even though they got standard form from the university. Students recognized that making student portfolio was effective tool because it could enhance self-reflection, awareness of importance of record, preparation of future, obtaining of motivation for anonther activities, getting self-confidence, and improvement of writing skill.

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The Development of Student Portfolio Management Program to Aid Engineering Education (공학교육지원 학생 포트폴리오 관리프로그램의 개발)

  • Hahn Song-Yop;Lee Myung-Sik
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.20-30
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study is the development of SPMP(Student Portfolio Management Program) to aid performance of student program outcomes related to program educational objectives. SPMP is developed to manage accreditation conditions, student materials, academic results through system database and to provide synthetic data for engineering education through statistical process. There are three functions to construct SPMP. First, the function of student information management is organized on various input data related to academic program, resume, etc. Second, the function of accreditation condition management is identified by the evaluation of program outcomes, subject grades, etc. Third, the function of course work data management is made by the operation of the academic reports and productions. The result of this study is expected to effectively provide constructive directions for continuous management in accreditation of engineering education and to support student portfolio for submission in required application.

A Research on e-portfolio as a Learning Tool: A Case Study of Kyung Hee University (학습성찰도구로서 e-포트폴리오 활성화를 위한 연구: 경희대학교 사례를 중심으로)

  • Kang, In-Ae;Ryu, Seung-Hyun;Kang, Youn-Kyoung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.495-506
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    • 2011
  • Portfolio has recently come to gain more attention from school as an alternative evaluation tool and a self-reflective learning tool for learning. After literature reviews about the case studies on the use of portfolio in higher education including both universities in Korea and abroad, this study attempted, first, to analyze the current e-portfolio system running in Kyung Hee University for the undergraduate students starting from the spring semester, 2010, and then, suggested the ways the system can be more actively utilized among the students, and simultaneously, acquiring more interest and participation from both the faculty members and the school administrators. The data collected from the survey and reflective journals of the students suggested 1) more user-friendly, easy-to-edit version of the system, 2) more diverse modes and functions of the system which, therefore, are able to adjust well to the specific and unique features of subjects or majors of the students, and 3) collaborative learning environments among the students and between the students and the faculty members from which students can share, participate, interact with each other, getting useful feedback from those co-learners and faculty members. Eventually the study aimed to enhance the recognition of the participants about the importance of portfolio as a learning tool for self-reflective learning and authentic evaluation of the students.

e-Portfolio Design and Application Education Combining the Learning and Evaluation (학습과 평가를 통합한 e-포트폴리오 설계 및 활용 교육)

  • Kim, Sang-Su;Kim, Young-Hak
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.8 no.5
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    • pp.260-267
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    • 2008
  • The portfolio provides a method which can properly evaluate the student's long term period of learning and growth, and this allows students to have practical learning through self-reflection. However, following the realities of portfolio's operation, the portfolio is being operated formally just once only for the evaluation due to the difficulty of long custody and its time-consuming process. In this paper, after grasping the overall process of learning and the result of growth, we design the 'e-portfolio' which combines both learning and evaluation in order to minimize the physical constraint factors along with operating portfolio. After operating our newly designed 'e-portfolio' based on blog in order to verify it's effect, we found the meaningful changes in student's academic achievement and the positive possibility of its application to teachers. Therefore, with the operation of our suggested 'e-portfolio', we are expecting progressed and integrated portfolio education which combines the function of the learning and the evaluation.

The Design of Portfolio Framework for Efficient Portfolio Management (효율적인 포트폴리오 관리를 위한 포트폴리오 프레임워크 설계)

  • Lee, Ju-Seok;Kim, Dong-Gun;Kim, Dong-Hyun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Sciences Conference
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    • pp.95-97
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    • 2011
  • The portfolios of students are archives where the studies of the students are recorded during the dates attended and very important data for the employment and the self-management. In the past, the portfolios are written on the papers and managed. However, the papers are easy to be lost and damaged. In this paper, we propose the design of portfolio framework to store and manage the data of portfolio efficiently. The proposed framework is capable of storing and managing students's portfolios using wired or wireless networks. The industries and professors are also easy to search appropriate talented students according to the requirements using the proposed framework.

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An Implementation of Web-based E-portfolio Management System (웹기반 E-포트폴리오 관리시스템 개발)

  • Han, Sung-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.37-44
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    • 2008
  • In recent years, e-portfolios and webfolios have been highly vaunted as the next great innovation in education. Hundreds of academic institutions are variously studying, using, or innovating e-portfolio systems. Despite the presumed goodness of e-portfolios, some problems remain. In this paper we review the existing e-portfolio management systems, and propose and implement a novel system to overcome the limits of the existing e-portfolio management systems. The propose e-portfolio management system has a structure of competition with others. All of the student's activities are accomplished and preserved within the same personal web space like a blog with mutual engagements and recommendations.

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Case Study on Learning Portfolio for Engineering Education Substantiality (공학교육 내실화를 위한 교과목 포트폴리오 사례 연구)

  • Kang, Hwan Soo;Cho, Jinhyung;Kim, Heechern
    • Journal of Digital Contents Society
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.545-555
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    • 2013
  • Recently student portfolio is widely used as an evaluation method for self-directed performance in engineering education of the university. Especially, as many of the Innovation Centers for Engineering Education and ABEEK held student portfolio competitions, a lot of students in engineering college participate in student portfolio includes the contents and careers of the entire process of university. However, except for courses related to capstone design, there are few regular courses applied to Learning Portfolio in engineering education. Through using Learning Portfolio in courses, students take opportunities of organized collection of learning contents and critical reflection. Under these background study, the regular course in engineering education is may be appropriate for using Learing Portfolio in lecture. In this paper, we present the case study for the Data Structure course opened in the first semester of 2013 which is organized as a Learning Portfolio. According to the results of applying Learning Portfolio to the regular course, it turns out that learners can develope self-directed learning ability in exploring the learning process, and manage a learning process systematically through self-reflection in learning process.

The Effects of Portfolio Teaching on the Organization and the Quantity of Elementary Student' Science Concepts (포트폴리오를 적용한 과학 수업이 학생의 과학 개념의 조직과 양에 미치는 효과)

  • Lee, Su-Jung;Kim, Chan-Jong
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.23 no.8
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    • pp.659-665
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of the study is to investigate the effects of portfolio on the organization and the quantity of the students’ science concepts. Two fourth grade classes were selected from an elementary school in Pyungtaek-shi, Kyunggi-do, and one class is assigned to experimental group, the other control group. Experimental group received portfolio teaching, and control group received conventional instruction. The effects of portfolio teaching were investigated with students’ mind maps. Students participated had training to develop mind maps, and developed mind maps four times during learning two units, strata and fossils, and change by heat. Mind maps developed by students were scored and analyzed with SPSS. The class with portfolio instruction showed higher scores than control group. In conclusion, the portfolio teaching enhances the organization and the quantity of students’ science concepts.

Development of Electronic Portfolio Assessment Processing Model in Elementary ICT Application Education (초등 ICT 활용교육에의 전자 포트폴리오 평가 절차 모형 개발)

  • Lee, Jeong-Min;Jun, Woo-Chun
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2006
  • Sometimes the quantitative evaluation method does not explain students' full capacity in educational fields. In this point of view, performance assessment has been adapted widely since the assessment provides a comprehensive qualitative evaluation as well as quantitative evaluation. Portfolio is one of the most effective methods in performance assessment. However, the portfolio requires longer time in evaluation, physical space for storing data gathered from students. Electronic portfolio can overcome the above disadvantages of the traditional portfolio and increase students' ICT application capacity. The purpose of this study is to develop electronic portfolio assessment processing model and present concrete activities for each stage in the model. Our model consists of four stages, Preparation, Activity, Evaluation, and Application, respectively. Especially, our model is designed to provide different activities for students and teachers in each stage. Our model is expected to provide a good guidance to students, teachers and parents in understanding and utilizing portfolio assessment. Particularly our model will provide the comprehensive guidance to teachers in assessment process.

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Content Validity of and Information from Elementary Students' Science Portfolio Assessment (초등학교 과학과 포트폴리오 평가의 내용 타당도 검증 및 학생 포트폴리오에서 파악할 수 있는 정보의 유형)

  • Kim, Chan-Jong;Yoon, Sun-Ah
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.190-203
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this study is to test content validity of a portfolio assessment and to analyse the information which can be obtained from student portfolios. The content validity of the portfolio was tested against the objectives of each lesson and the emphasis of curriculum. The information was identified from the analysis of student portfolios. Students' portfolios from a fourth grade class in Pyeungteak, Kyeungki-do were used for analysis. The portfolios included students' evidence of learning on (I) Strata, Unit 2 'Strata and Fossil,' and (3) Change of Object by Heat, Unit 4 'Heat and Change of Object'. Fourth-grade science textbooks were also analyzed to understand the base level information for portfolio analysis. Two science education specialists and ten elementary teachers majored in science education took part in this analysis. The results of the analysis showed $70{\sim}100%$ of agreement between the objectives of lesson and portfolio forms. Over 90% of agreement is reached between portfolio forms and the emphasis of the curriculum. Student portfolios revealed much information on comprehension, observation, will to study, and process of learning. They also revealed some information on drawing conclusion, communication. self-direction, progress of learning, self-concept, interaction, and process of learning. As a whole, the information in students' portfolios is similar with that dealt in science textbooks. However, students' portfolios have more information on anticipation, will to study, self-direction, and interaction. On the contrary, science textbook deals more with information on observation, planning inquiry, than students' portfolios. The portfolio assessment examined has very sound content validity. The results also show that much more and various information which can not be obtained from pencil and paper test could be obtained from student portfolios. The use of information, obtained from student portfolios will make it possible understand students' learning. their strength and weakness, hence improve student' science learning.