Using Portfolio Reflections to Re-Form Instructional Programs and Build Curriculum
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.
Robbins, S., Brandt, N., Goering, S., Nassif, J., & Wascha, K. (1994). Using portfolio reflections to re-form instructional programs and build curriculum. English Journal, 83(7), 71.