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Portfolio

Wirsma Arif Harahap


FOME FK Univ Andalas Padang
2013

Portfolio

Why Portfolio ?
What is it ?
What for ?
How ?

systematic and organized


collection of evidence used by
the teacher and student to
monitor growth of students
knowledge, skills and attitudes
in a specific area.

What is a portfolio?

portfolio is a systematic
collection of ones work.

It

is the primary way


professionals display their work.
Artists, models, architects, etc.

What is a portfolio?

Portfolios

Portfolio assessment is an ongoing


process.

(Pyramid Miller)
Portfolio
Mini-CEX
OSCE

MCQ

Types of Portfolios
Process

Portfolio may include:


journals, reflections, independent
work, teacher evaluations, self
evaluations

Product

Portfolio: short, more


accessible documents at mastery
level

Types of Portfolios
Celebration

Portfolio:

Students use as mementos of


their favorite learning activities
and experiences; creative and
imaginative

Showcase

Portfolio: Displays
students best work; takes time

Digital

Portfolio: May include text,


graphics, video, and audio
components; students gain
computer skills

Types of Portfolios

PROBLEM IN MEDICAL EDUCATION?


>> Action: <<< Reflection!
Emotional exp: never processed

Accurate & holistic


Involves student

Why use
portfolios?

Allows difference
A story the growth
Improve teaching

Limitations
Shift

of single measure assessment

in pedagogical theory to student-

centered classrooms
Suited

to collaboration

Students

become independent learners

Portfolios

combine instruction and

assessment

Why use portfolio?

Portfolios

can be tailored for

individual student needs.


Portfolios

can improve

motivation.

Why use portfolio ?

Purposes of Portfolios
1. Documenting what is
2. Showcasing achievements
3. Reflecting on the experience
4. Developing expertise
5. Empowering the learner

USE/Research of PORTFOLIO
Portfolios as a Novel Approach for Student
Evaluation
PORTFOLIO AS A LEARNING TOOL
FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS
Portfolios: Measuring the Art and the Science
in Medical Education

The Individual Learning Planning &


Portfolio: Skills for Adult Learners
Portfolio Use for Learning and Assessment

Career-Portfolio
Rules & Guidelines for Teacher
Recruitment

Reflective Portfolio
Competency based reflections
The questions:
1. What did you learn?
2. Who helped you with the patient?
3. What might you do differently next time?
4. Were your values challenged?
5. What made you feel good?
6. How to share with others?

Benefits of Portfolios
Documentation
Showcase
Reflection
Developmental

Access
Achievement
Introspection
Show improvement

book Portfolio
Provided

Portfolio binder

all the necessary documents/components


Some

components:
Logbook
Letter/certificate
Reflection
Results of tests
Research
Photograph

Decide

the purpose.

Carefully

select the contents.

Determine
Plan

the collection schedule.

assessment criteria.

Characteristics of a good portfolio

UMN E-Portfolio Homepage

https://portfolio.umn.edu/portfolio/index.jsp

PORTFOLIO :
1. BENTUK POTFOLIO
2. ISI DOKUMEN PORT FOLIO
3. Rencana PELAKSANAAN REFLEKSI
4. CONTOH REFLEKSI
5. CONTOH MENTORING

Dokumen pada portfolio:


Bentuk BINDER
ISI PORTFOLIO:
- Logbook
- Surat2 tugas
- Nilai nilai tugas / ujian
- Nilai presentasi
- Aktivitas lain
- Sertifikat
- Penelitian
- Refleksi Kasus/Self assesment
- Mentoring/Umpan balik
- Foto-2 dokumentasi

CONTOH REFLEKSI KASUS


Identitas Kasus
Analisis KAP (knowledge, attitude, practice)
dari sisi pasien / masy

Evidence base diagnosis dan manajemen


Adakah empati pribadi terhadap kasus ini

sehubungan penyakit, kondisi sosial ekonomi,


psikologis, dan lain lain.

Evaluasi: pengalaman yang dapat diambil


dari kasus ini
Refleksi
kasus:
1 kasus
Tindak lanjut:
jika terjadi
kasus tiap
serupa,dua
apa yang

minggu.
akan dikerjakan

berdasarkan EBM/data

Mentoring pada refleksi kasus:

Apa yang telah kamu pelajari?


Siapa yang membantu kamu ?
Apa yang kamu kerjakan berbeda untuk
yang akan datang?
Apakah kasus memberi
tantangan/menarik atau biasa saja?
Apa yang membuat kamu merasa suka?
Bagaimana kamu berbagi pengalaman
dengan teman lain?

SARAN-SARAN untuk perbaikan

Log book
Experiences learning Chronological arrange

Portfolio: > Complex


Evidence

collection of learning results


Reflection of learning experiences
Improvement aspect
Formative & summative Assessment

Portfolio Conferences
Consist of meetings in which students review
learning goals and discuss progress is a
key element in the portfolio assessment
process.
Most conferences are between students and
their teachers
They give students opportunities to consider
their interests and to access their abilities,
such as:
Reflective discussion
Enable students to participate actively

Peer, Small-Group
and
Student-Led Conferences

Student-Lead Conferences
Student-Lead Conferences- allow students to
share their progress with their parents in
structured conferences.

Peer Conferences
Peer Conferences- meetings between two students
to discuss portfolio goals, activities, and
progress.

Small-Group Conferences

Small-Group Conferences- meetings with three


to five students.