Articles by Staffs
The original research on Digital Portfolios was conducted at the Coalition of Essential Schools and Annenberg Institute for School Reform
Nov 01 1997
David Niguidula's publications from that research include "The Digital Portfolio: A Richer Picture of Student Performance.(CD-ROM)" Providence, RI: Coalition of Essential Schools, 1997. [not currently online] ; "Picturing Performance with Digital Portfolios." Educational Leadership, November 1997, pp. 26-29 ; "A richer picture of student work." In D. Allen, (Ed.), Assessing student learning: From grading to understanding (pp. 183-198). New York: Teachers College Press, 1998. ; "The Digital Portfolio: A Richer Picture of Student Performance" (Studies on Exhibitions, No. 13.) Providence, RI: Coalition of Essential Schools, 1993.
Publications of our Work
Accountability: Meeting The Challenge With Technology
Dec 31 1969
J. Salpeter, Technology and Learning. This article focuses on how technology is being applied to handle new issues of assessment and accountability. Among the examples is the Mamaroneck, New York, school district, which is using data (including digital portfolios) to create new kinds of flows of information about student achievement.