E-portfolio MCQ Quiz: Trivia!

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E-portfolio MCQ Quiz: Trivia! - Quiz

An E-portfolio is a collection of electronic documents gathered and managed by a user which includes electronic files, images, multimedia, and blogs. Nowadays, the student retains classroom-related works like essays, posters, photographs, videos, and artwork, etc in electronic form. This quiz will check your skills and knowledge related to E-portfolio creation and assessment. Let's try it out. All the best!


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  • 1. 

    What is an E-portfolio?

    • A.

      An electronic version of a face-to-face class (an online class).

    • B.

      A folio to carry your cash or credit cards.

    • C.

      The best of your travel films.

    • D.

      An electronic collection of materials for a specific purpose.

    • E.

      None of the above.

    Correct Answer
    D. An electronic collection of materials for a specific purpose.
    Explanation
    An E-portfolio refers to an electronic collection of materials that are gathered and organized for a specific purpose. It is a digital platform where individuals can showcase their work, skills, achievements, and experiences. This collection may include documents, presentations, videos, images, and other multimedia elements that highlight the individual's abilities and accomplishments. E-portfolios are commonly used in educational settings to demonstrate learning outcomes, but they can also be utilized in professional settings to showcase skills and qualifications.

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  • 2. 

    There are many types of e-portfolio's you could create including those specifically designed to help you with the following tasks.

    • A.

      Finding a new job.

    • B.

      Documenting your scholarly research.

    • C.

      Highlighting your latest creations from your ceramics class.

    • D.

      Connecting your teaching philosophy to learner outcomes.

    • E.

      All of the above.

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because the question states that there are many types of e-portfolios that can be created, and it lists various tasks that these e-portfolios can help with. It mentions finding a new job, documenting scholarly research, highlighting creations from a ceramics class, and connecting teaching philosophy to learner outcomes. Therefore, all of these tasks can be accomplished through different types of e-portfolios.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following items might be good choices to include in your teaching portfolio?

    • A.

      Your teaching philosophy

    • B.

      Written evaluations from your students

    • C.

      Audio recordings of teaching evaluations completed by your school principal or college department chair.

    • D.

      A list of courses taught and their associated lesson plans.

    • E.

      All of the above.

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above.
    Explanation
    All of the items mentioned in the options would be good choices to include in a teaching portfolio. A teaching philosophy helps showcase the teacher's beliefs and approach to education. Written evaluations from students provide feedback on the teacher's effectiveness and impact on students' learning. Audio recordings of teaching evaluations completed by school authorities add credibility and evidence of the teacher's performance. Lastly, a list of courses taught and their associated lesson plans demonstrates the teacher's experience and ability to plan and deliver effective lessons. Including all these items in a teaching portfolio would provide a comprehensive representation of the teacher's skills, philosophy, and achievements.

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  • 4. 

    What is the best way to organize a teaching portfolio?

    • A.

      Through the creation of a product portfolio that shows learners final achievements in a class or program.

    • B.

      Collecting the work of all students in a class and dividing their materials based on low, middle, and high achievement.

    • C.

      Chronologically by highlighting learner's progress throughout a class or program.

    • D.

      Dividing the learner's work by course objectives and teaching styles.

    • E.

      Any of the above might fit your needs when organizing a teaching portfolio.

    Correct Answer
    E. Any of the above might fit your needs when organizing a teaching portfolio.
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to organizing a teaching portfolio. Different educators may have different preferences and goals when it comes to showcasing their work. Some may prefer a product portfolio that highlights the final achievements of learners, while others may choose to organize materials based on student achievement levels or chronologically to demonstrate learner progress. Dividing the work by course objectives and teaching styles is also a valid approach. Ultimately, the best way to organize a teaching portfolio depends on individual needs and preferences.

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  • 5. 

    The content of a portfolio is largely based on:

    • A.

      The goal and purpose of the portfolio

    • B.

      The characteristics of the student evaluated

    • C.

      The length of the portfolio

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. The goal and purpose of the portfolio
    Explanation
    The content of a portfolio is largely based on the goal and purpose of the portfolio. The goal and purpose determine what kind of work and artifacts should be included in the portfolio. For example, if the goal is to showcase a student's writing skills, then the portfolio would include writing samples. Similarly, if the purpose is to demonstrate a student's artistic abilities, then the portfolio would contain artwork or photographs. The characteristics of the student evaluated and the length of the portfolio may influence certain aspects of the content, but they are not the primary factors determining the content.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following is not an example of performance assessment?

    • A.

      Playing the piano

    • B.

      Completing a multiple-choice test

    • C.

      Solving a practical math problem

    • D.

      All of the above are examples

    Correct Answer
    B. Completing a multiple-choice test
    Explanation
    Completing a multiple-choice test is not an example of performance assessment because it primarily tests the ability to recall information rather than demonstrating practical skills or problem-solving abilities. Performance assessment typically involves tasks that require the application of knowledge and skills in real-world situations, such as playing the piano or solving a practical math problem.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following is not true about portfolio assessment?

    • A.

      The student is usually involved in selecting material to be included

    • B.

      It samples tasks regularly performed in a natural context

    • C.

      Raw data and summary data are usually included

    • D.

      All of the above are true.

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above are true.
    Explanation
    Portfolio assessment is a comprehensive method that involves the student in selecting materials for inclusion, sampling tasks that are regularly performed in a natural context, and including both raw and summary data. Therefore, all of the statements mentioned in the options are true about portfolio assessment.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following is the first decision that needs to be made when developing a portfolio?

    • A.

      What goes in it?

    • B.

      How and when are the entries selected?

    • C.

      What should it look like?

    • D.

      How is the portfolio evaluated?

    Correct Answer
    C. What should it look like?
    Explanation
    The first decision that needs to be made when developing a portfolio is determining what it should look like. This involves considering the format, structure, and organization of the portfolio. By deciding on the overall appearance and layout of the portfolio, it becomes easier to determine what content should be included and how it should be presented.

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  • 9. 

    In the portfolio assessment, a benchmark is used to:

    • A.

      Increase the validity of a rubric

    • B.

      Increase the reliability of a rubric

    • C.

      Increase the length of a rubric

    • D.

      Increase the number of criteria of a rubric

    Correct Answer
    B. Increase the reliability of a rubric
    Explanation
    A benchmark is used to increase the reliability of a rubric. By using a benchmark, which is a standard or reference point, the assessment of student work becomes more consistent and objective. It allows for a comparison between different student portfolios and ensures that the same criteria and standards are applied consistently. This increases the reliability of the rubric as it reduces subjective judgment and variability in the assessment process.

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  • 10. 

    One finding from the Vermont Portfolio Project was:

    • A.

      Students did not assemble their portfolios clearly

    • B.

      Students were quite adept at assembling their portfolios

    • C.

      Students used technology in their projects

    • D.

      Students were not involved in assessing their portfolios

    Correct Answer
    A. Students did not assemble their portfolios clearly
    Explanation
    The finding from the Vermont Portfolio Project was that students did not assemble their portfolios clearly. This suggests that the students lacked the ability to effectively organize and present their work in a cohesive manner. It implies that there may have been a lack of guidance or instruction on portfolio assembly, or that the students may have struggled with the concept of showcasing their work effectively. This finding highlights the need for improved support and instruction in portfolio creation for students.

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