Using Portfolio Reflections to Re-Form Instructional Programs and Build Curriculum

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The English Journal, ISSN: 0013-8274, Vol: 83, Issue: 7, Page: 71-78

Publication Year:
1994
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/facpubs/2444
DOI:
10.2307/820555
Author(s):
Robbins, Sarah; Brandt, Nancy; Goering, Susan; Nassif, Jeanette; Wascha, Kathleen
Publisher(s):
JSTOR
Tags:
writing; pilot projects; education reform; curricula; Creative Writing; Curriculum and Instruction; Education
article description
An educator who finds merit in both content- and student-centered instruction may find it difficult to develop a classroom learning program with a firm theoretical base drawing on strengths from both perspectives. The implementation of a collaborative portfolio project as an ongoing curriculum reformation is described.