ASTL 6700/7700 - Portfolio Development
Presents an overview of the portfolio as an authentic assessment tool utilized to document the scholarship of teaching. It introduces educators to the concept of using artifacts/products/teacher work samples as evidence of effective teaching and, then, expands this to include student work samples as supportive evidence of that effectiveness. The course emphasis is focused on collection and presentation of teacher developed instructional examples organized comprehensively to demonstrate the educator’s abilities in six areas: planning and teaching, actual teaching, assessment and evaluation, learning environment, professional growth, and communication. Although the format of the professional portfolio will follow the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards requirements, the student may choose whether or not to submit the portfolio for National Board Certification.
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