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Adprima (2010). Student portfolios. Retrieved March 7, 2010 from  http://www.adprima.com/student_portfolios.htm   Adprima.com is a free website that is  aimed  at new and seasoned teachers. Its goal is to provide education information to all  teachers. This  website’s portfolio section talks about how portfolios have impacted education on all  levels. It  begins with an introduction to electronic portfolios, and transitions into what a student  portfolio  is and how it is used in the education process. What follows is a brief discussion of  student  portfolios in education, including their advantages and the disadvantages of  implementing them  in the school. Although, brief in nature this website provides valuable information to the  visitors  to this site. Ncrel (2010) Portfolios. Retrieved March 8, 2010 from www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/     students     /earlycld/ea5l143.htm       Ncrel.org is a free website for teachers and educators; it stands for North Central  Regional  Educational Library. This website defines what portfolios are; they are a collection of  students’  work over time. It also states that a portfolio is often a student’s best work.  This website  identifies the three basic models for portfolios which are showcase model, descriptive  model, 
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and evaluative model. This site examines portfolios from many different angles by 
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