Gelfer, Jeffrey I.; Perkins, Peggy G.
November 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p44
Academic Journal
Presents examples of portfolios and guidelines that may be useful to special educators who work with early childhood and elementary-aged children. Description of portfolios; Contents of portfolios; Evaluation; Challenges and benefits. INSETS: Fostering communication through assessment.;The portfolio conference..


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