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This portfolio handbook includes authentic, student-generated artifacts as well as insights from administrators, teachers, and parents. Issues of classroom management, diversity, communication, planning, standards-based education, and reflection are all addressed in the context of how to approach these important aspects within a teaching portfolio and during interviews. The materials are designed for continued use as the students become in-service educators.
Table of Contents
|Teaching Portfolios: What Are They and Why Do You Need Them?|
|The Professional Portfolio as a Concept Purposeful|
|Collaborative Portfolio Benefits|
|Demonstrate Mastery of INTASC Standards|
|Demonstrate Mastery of Teacher Work Sample (TWS) Standards|
|Demonstrate Mastery of Subject-Specific Standards|
|Examples of Portfolio use Preservice|
|Use Inservice Use: Maintaining a Career Portfolio|
|National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)|
|Compiling your Portfolio Recognizing and Expressing Your Philosophy|
|Basic Educational Philosophies|
|Idealism Perennialism and Essentialism|
|Progressivism, Experimentalism, and Pragmatism|
|Existentialism Social Reconstructions|
|Compiling Your Portfolio|
|Providing Rationales for Artifacts|
|Organizing a Teaching Portfolio|
|Displaying Credentials Confidentiality Issues Considerations|
|Selecting your Portfolio|
|Qualities Aesthetics Efferent|
|Qualities Portfolio Types|
|Digital and Web Based Considerations|
|Putting It All Together|
|Using Standards to Construct Your Portfolio|
|The Standards Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)|
|Teacher Work Sample (TWS)|
|Organizing Your Portfolio in Relation to Standards|
|Organizing Your Portfolio According to Teacher Work Sample Considerations|
|Displaying Classroom Management in Your Portfolio|
|Communication and Management Styles|
|Communicating with Students|
|Communicating with Colleagues and Administrators|
|Communicating through High-Quality Correspondence|
|Connecting with Parents Seating Charts and Floor Plans Case STudies Considerations|
|Presenting Lesson Plans and Curricular Modifications|
|The Importance of Planning Curricular Modifications for Diverse Learners|
|Curricular Modification Artifacts|
|Differentiated Instruction Considerations|
|Reflecting on your Pre-Professional|
|Experiences Goals of Reflection Models of Reflection|
|Examples of Reflections Artifact Rationales Considerations|
|Preparing for Interviews Using your Portfolio in Interviews|
|Choosing Your Interview Portfolio|
|Comprehensive versus Abbreviated Portfolios|
|Traditional versus Electronic Portfolios|
|Digital Portfolios Providing Brochures|
|Choosing Artifacts Based on School District Information|
|Discussing Your Portfolio Considerations|
|Table of Artifacts|
|Reproducibles Parental Permission for Student Work Samples|
|Parental Permission for Student|
|Photos Modifications for Students with Special Needs|
|Modifications for Students Who Speak English as a Second Language|
|State Education and Certification Offices Suggested|
|Table of Contenets Based on INTASC|
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