The article highlights some aspects of innovative pedagogy related to adults’ non-traditional learning and assessment methods applied in higher education in foreign countries, analyses their innovative character and importance under the conditions of knowledge societies. It also presents portfolio that is one of the most commonly used alternative methods of learning and assessment, reveals its multi-functional character, discusses its structure, principals of designing a successful portfolio and its assessment.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Tiltai/Bridges:Humanitariniai ir socialiniai mokslai|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
- Adults' learning
- Innovative teaching/learning methods
- Portfolio for learning and assessment