Beginning Teaching Portfolio Handbook Documenting and Reflecting on Your Professional Growth and Abilities

ISBN-10: 0130947504

ISBN-13: 9780130947505

Edition: 2007

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Description: A Beginning Teaching Portfolio Handbookis a practical, how-to guide to building a convincing teaching portfolio from collection to submission. .This book is developed to help teachers and pre-service teachers develop portfolios that align with and demonstrate INTASC principles. Each INTASC principle recieves its own chapter, and particular attention is given to helping teachers articulate how specific artifacts demonstrate mastery of each INTASC principle. K-12 In-service and Pre-Service Teachers.

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List price: $56.60
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/12/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

What You Need to Know About Portfolios and Portfolio Assessment
Why Is Everyone Talking About Portfolios?
What Are the INTASC Principles and What Do They Have to Do with You and Your Portfolio?
What Is an INTASC-Based Professional Teaching Portfolio?
What Are Artifacts, Where Do They Come From, and What Is Reflection?
What Kinds of Artifacts Might Be Found in a Teaching Portfolio?
For What Purposes Is the Teaching Portfolio Used?
What Are the Strengths and Weaknesses of Portfolios?
Strengths of Portfolio Assessment
Challenges Presented by Portfolio Assessment
What Are the Different Kinds of Portfolios?
What Should You Look for When You Read the INTASC Principles?
What Then Can You Generalize to All Principles?
What Application Does Your Audience Expect to See?
What Are Indicators, and How Should You Use Them?
How Can Rubrics Further Refine Your Understanding of the Principles?
How Can You Possibly Demonstrate Competence Relevant to All the Principle's Indicators?
A Word About Electronic Portfolios
Summary
Discussion Questions
Getting Started on Your Portfolio
Four Steps in Creating a Portfolio
Collecting, Categorizing, and Annotating Your Evidence
Selecting the Best Evidences of Your Understanding and Abilities
Reflecting on Your Selections
Presenting Your Portfolio for External Review
Strategies for Presenting Yourself as an Organized and Thoughtful Educator
Other Ways of Organizing Your Portfolio
Summary
Discussion Questions
Reflective Analysis and Your Portfolio
What Is Reflection, and Why Is It Important?
Reflection in Action and Reflection on Action
How Is Reflection Like Inquiry?
What Is the Role of Questioning in Reflection?
Reflection Must Be Grounded in Research
What Are the Characteristics of Effective Reflection Statements?
How Do I Write a Good Analytic Reflection?
The Beginning
The Middle
The Ending
How Can I Assess the Quality of My Reflective Statements?
Context
Detailed and Objective Observation
Linking Theory with Practice
Interpretation of Causes and Effects
Self-Assessment and Professional Planning
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 1 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 1
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 1
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 2 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 2
Learning Theories
Child and Adolescent Development
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 2
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 3 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 3
Understanding How Students Differ in Their Approaches to Learning
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 3
Example Reflection
Another Example Reflection for Principle 3
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 4 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 4
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 4
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 5 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 5
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 5
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 6 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 6
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 6
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 7 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 7
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 7
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 8 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 8
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 8
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 9 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 9
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 9
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing INTASC Principle 10 in Your Portfolio
Understanding Principle 10
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for Principle 10
Summary
Discussion Questions
Implementing the ISTE Technology Standards in Your Portfolio
Understanding the ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T)
What Are the Implications of This Knowledge Base for My Portfolio?
Artifact Selection
Types of Artifacts
Example Artifact
Writing a Reflection for the NETS-T Standards
Summary
Discussion Questions
Converting Your Certification Portfolio Into a Job-Search Portfolio, Professional Development Portfolio, or National Board Portfolio
Modifying Your Portfolio to Help You Find a Job
Constructing Your Job Search Portfolio
Creating a Professional Performance Portfolio
Creating a National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Portfolio
Summary
Discussion Questions
Preparing a Digital Portfolio
What Is a Digital/Electronic Portfolio?
What Advantages and Challenges Does the Digital Portfolio Offer?
Advantages
Challenges
What Tools Are There?
How Do You Develop an Electronic Portfolio?
Developing a Standards-Based Template
Producing, Collecting, Categorizing, and Annotating Artifacts
Selecting the Best Evidences
Hyperlinking Your Artifacts and Reflections
Reflecting
Sharing and Presenting
Summary
Discussion Questions
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) Principles
Alignment of INTASC Principles, Charlotte Danielson's Domains, and the NBPTS Core Propositions and Criteria
Web Sites for Learned Societies and pK-12 Standards
International Society of Technology Education (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T)
National Education Association: Code of Ethics of the Education Profession
Index
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