2 edition of Creating your teaching portfolio found in the catalog.
Creating your teaching portfolio
Patricia L. Rieman
|Statement||Patricia L. Rieman, Jeanne Okrasinski.|
|Contributions||Rieman, Patricia L., Okrasinski, Jeanne.|
|LC Classifications||LB1029.P67 R54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
Another approach is to create an “All About Me” book, geared toward introducing your child to other children. In this book, keep language simple and age appropriate. What to include in a portfolio. There is no right or wrong way to create a portfolio. Parents and teachers can help document a . Resources on creating teaching portfolios often include prompts that can be used by portfolio authors as a basis for self-reflection and expressing the things they believe about teaching, learning, and their role(s) in the teaching/learning processes.
6 Free PDF Tools For Teachers. Adobe Reader XIAdobe Reader is a trusted high quality tool that allows you to view and print your PDF also lets you interact with PDF content, including multimedia. Other features covered are adding and verifying digital signature, annotating on PDF pages, creating and filling out PDF forms, and printing out these documents. Creating your professional portfolio is an ongoing process; as you gain more experience you will continually update the items to show your best qualities and achievements. Here are the top five must-have items to have in your teacher portfolio. 5 Must-Have Teacher Portfolio Items. Teaching .
iBooks Author has everything you need to create a great-looking book — beyond the written word. Add shapes, charts, tables, text, and widgets anywhere on the page with a single click. Style your text down to the letter with custom fonts, write elegant mathematical expressions using LaTeX or MathML, and add video or audio elements to liven up. For example, the portfolios might be used to show student growth, to identify weak spots in student work, and/or to evaluate your own teaching methods. After deciding the purpose of the portfolio, you will need to determine how you are going to grade it.
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How to Create a Teacher Portfolio - Organization Make a hard copy of all of the gathered documents and put them into a 3-ring binder or notebook.
Use a flash drive to make an electronic copy of your portfolio. Search for an online site to create an e-portfolio. Update the portfolio periodically to reflect recent development and growth in your profession.
Creating a portfolio requires collecting and reflecting on products of your teaching and your coursework (artifacts). Portfolios must be created using Canvas. Files of any kind (images, sound, video, spreadsheets, PowerPoints) can be stored in your Canvas portfolio account and used as artifacts.
1/7/15 2. Include Resume, Letters, and Transcripts in the Teaching Portfolio. Your resume should be detailed, thorough, well organized, and in a commonly accepted format.
The teaching philosophy should be yours alone, and reflect an understanding of current or classic educational theories.
For a teaching portfolio consultation, visit BEAM and meet with one of the PhD career counselors. Some students also include their teaching statement in their e-portfolio. For more information about e-portfolios, see E-Portfolios: Creating Your Professional Identity.
One great benefit of building a teaching portfolio is that it helps you. The Portfolio Book: A Step-by-Step Guide for Teachers [Grace, Cathy, Shores, Elizabeth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Portfolio Book: Cited by: Select material that is representative of the work that you have done.
Use material from a variety of sources: yourself, colleagues, and students. Make sure that the material supports the claims that you have made in your statement of philosophy. Refer to the material in your statement of philosophy. The process of constructing a teaching portfolio—and reflecting on your teaching—will prepare you to write a meaningful teaching philosophy statement and; to discuss your teaching more effectively during interviews.
Other Resources. The Creating your teaching portfolio book books on teaching portfolios are available for check-out in the Center for Teaching’s : Rhett Mcdaniel.
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Combine text, images, audio and video to create: Interactive stories. Digital portfolios. Research journals. Poetry books. Science reports. Even if you simply start by using the free, pre-made Google forms I've provided, that is a huge step towards a more authentic assessment.
Find the portfolio prescription that works for you, then customize to your teaching style, classroom of students, and their needs. The results will make everyone proud. Creating Your High School Portfolio: A Guide for Documenting and Planning Your Education, Career, and Life Only 1 left in stock - order soon.
Provides the reader with guidance for planning and documenting their educations and futures/5(5). Creating a Teaching Portfolio: Planning Ahead for Academic Advancement 2 students in classroom, clinical, labora- tory or community settings. Include an example of a course curric- ulum you developed.
Include with it the in-process questions used to garner feedback from learners about their understanding of. Creating an Educator’s Portfolio: For Promotion or Something Else J.
Hartig, MD (But she did author one of the book chapters referenced) Our Goals The purpose of our session is to assist Clinician-Educators in creating the first draft •Seldin P, Miller JE, Seldin CA. The Teaching Portfolio: A Practical Guide to Improved. Choosing a web-based platform is one of the first steps to consider when developing a new professional portfolio.
You may have used a formal portfolio system (e.g., Chalk & Wire, Optimal Resume, TK20) as a you already have an account, especially one with existing files, check out your options for continuing that account or exporting your documents to another site.
The elements of your portfolio largely depend on what field you’re going into, but there are a few basics that apply to all types. The first step is gathering your materials, including work samples, references, and a resume. Then, you can create an online portfolio, a printed portfolio, or both.
Part %(35). Start creating your teaching portfolio from your very first educational position. Experiences as a student teaching practicum, teacher’s aide, camp counselor, librarian, or assistant teacher are all important contributions to education and learning.
Updating your teaching resume and application letter is a key component. How to Create a Teacher Portfolio - Organization Make a hard copy of all of the gathered documents and put them into a 3-ring binder or notebook.
Use a flash drive to make an electronic copy of your portfolio. Search for an online site to create an e-portfolio. Update the portfolio periodically 88%().
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Pitch your best campaigns to potential clients or employers in a range of formats. Turn your work into a professional-quality photo book, that doubles as an impressive thesis portfolio. Course portfolio: includes information specific to a particular course, including syllabi, course materials, and sample assignments, along with an explanation for the rationale behind the assignments, and a discussion of how your teaching methods and course materials help students learn.
Professional portfolio: a collection of documents that. The contents of your portfolio demonstrate your experience, skills, and abilities in a visual way. In addition, it can help your application stand out to employers.
Example portfolio additions Education • Statement of teaching philosophy ( pages) • Teaching honors/awards • Evaluations (e.g., supervisor, student) • Video of your teaching. for assembling a professional educator's portfolio. Your portfolio's development will be a focus of your student teaching semester (Graduate students may elect to have it count as their "final project"), but we encourage all students (Undergraduate and Graduate) to begin creating it as soon as they begin their teacher education program at Size: 69KB.Create a list of content for your portfolio.
Include the following items: teaching philosophy, resume, copies of your teaching certifications, samples of unit and lesson plans, examples of student.Professional Portfolios for Teachers What is a professional teaching portfolio?
Peter Doolittle () defines a teacher portfolio as a collection of work produced by a teacher. Just as an artist uses a portfolio of collected works to illustrate his or her talents, a teacher portfolio is designed to demonstrate the teacher's talents.