E-Learning Portfolio (ELP): Process Assessment Based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences for the Evaluation of Online Leaning in the Age of Information

Xueliang ZHANG, Dongyan SHAO


Online education is becoming increasingly important in classroom teaching nowadays. However, traditional methods of teaching evaluation focus only on the students’ learning outcomes and have drawbacks of relying on static evaluation and ignoring dynamic assessment, incomplete evaluation information, one-sided evaluation, single evaluation subject, etc. ELP, a novel process assessment based on the theory of multiple intelligences, has the advantages of personalization, emphasizing process, diversification, achieving dynamic assessment and multiple feedback. In this article, the concept, content and characteristics of ELP are introduced, and the principles of establishing and implementing ELP are discussed.


E-Learning Portfolio (ELP); Information; Process assessment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9655


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