The use of qualitative research criteria for portfolio assessment as an alternative to reliability evaluation: a case study
E Driessen, C Van Der Vleuten, L Schuwirth, J Van Tartwijk, J Vermunt
Medical Education 39 (2), 214-220.
To make high stake decisions on learners we traditionally use objectification and standardization strategies. In some situations these strategies are harmful for the education process. There are alternative tragedies available for making robust decisions.
Portfolios in medical education: why do they meet with mixed success? A systematic review
E Driessen, J Van Tartwijk, C Van der Vleuten, V Wass
Medical Education 41 (12), 1224-1233.
Good use of portfolios is a balancing act. This reviews show how to balance.
Get yourself a mentor
EW Driessen, K Overeem, CPM van der Vleuten
Medical Education 45 (5), 438.
Self-directed learning requires direction. Mentors are extremely effective for that.