Paper Portfolio Info and Forms

Portfolio Information and Forms (paper version of portfolio)

 

The education department is transitioning from paper-and-binder-based competency portfolios to digital ePortfolios organized and presented using the Chalk and Wire system. 

 

ePortfolios are required of education candidates entering the program during or after the Fall 2008 semester.

The files and information linked here are related to the portfolio process prior to the ePortfolio implementation, i.e., for those completing paper-and-binder-based competency portfolios.

 

·         Important Dates in the Portfolio Process (.rtf file)

·         Artifact Cover Sheet (.rtf file)

·         Education Program Competencies and Performance Indicators (.rtf file)

·         Essential Professional Skills and Dispositions Review Form for Competency 10 and 11 (.rtf file)

·         Essential Professional Skills and Dispositions Summary Form for Competency 10 and 11 (.rtf file)

·         Field Experience Record for Elementary Education (.rtf file)

·         Field Experience Record for Secondary Education (.rtf file)

·         Portfolio Feedback Form – Level IB (.rtf file)

·         Portfolio Feedback – Level II (.rtf file)

·         Levels of Admission to the Teacher Education Program (.rtf file)

·         Competency Portfolio Coversheet (.rtf file)

·         Portfolio Review Checklist [to be completed with each submission] (.rtf file)

·         Self-Assessment of Competency Portfolio Progress [to be completed with each submission] (.rtf file)

·         Level III Competency Portfolio Review [completed at end of student teaching] (.rtf file)

 

FAQ’s:  Frequently Asked Questions about the Portfolio Process

·         WHAT ARE COMPETENCIES AND WHAT IS A COMPETENCY PORTFOLIO?

·         HOW DO I GET STARTED?

·         HOW DO I PUT MY PORTFOLIO TOGETHER?

·         WHAT NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED IN A PORTFOLIO?

·         HOW DO I DO THE 3K1 INDICATOR FOR CONTENT KNOWLEDGE?

·         MAY I USE AN ARTIFACT FOR MORE THAN ONE INDICATOR?  HOW?