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Developing a Teaching Portfolio

A Guide for Preservice and Practicing Teachers

by Ann Bullock

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Primary / junior schools,
  • Secondary schools,
  • Teacher training,
  • United States,
  • Portfolios in education,
  • Education And Training Of Teachers,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Training of,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Rating of,
  • Evaluation,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General,
  • Careers - General,
  • Teachers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9692905M
    ISBN 100130830402
    ISBN 109780130830401

    CIDR has a section on developing teaching portfolios and provides one-on-one consulting. Catalyst use of Google Sites Catalyst has an e-Portfolio center through which portfolios can be . The Portfolio Development Process Portfolios are actually a composite of two major components, the process and the product (Burke, Fogarty, Belgrad , p. 3). While there may be the temptation on the part of practitioners and students to focus primarily on the product (the completed portfolio), the portfolio development process is certainly.

    Both theoretical and practical, the book addresses issues and mechanics related to process and product, instruction and guidance techniques, the role of reflection, and assessment strategies. With concrete examples, rubrics, tips, and exercises, this book will provide a step-by-step guide to creating a professional teaching portfolio. Philosophy of Education Example: Associate Professor (Clinical Track) I teach because I enjoy it. Much of my passion for teaching comes from my expectation that others should be as driven to learn as I am. Learning is fun for me and much of my teaching style comes from .

    Preparing a PROFESSIONAL TEACHING PORTFOLIO for an Art Teaching Position BY MELANIE L. BUFFINGTON Over time, the idea of bringing a professional teaching portfolio to a job interview has become an expecta-tion. Preparing these portfolios is a common part of teacher education programs and can be excellent preparation for a job by: 2. We hope that developing this section of the portfolio will enable you to improve your practice as a teacher through reflection and self evaluation. Imagine that you are trying to give someone else a picture of your teaching - what you do and why you do it that way.


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Developing a Teaching Portfolio by Ann Bullock Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is well-organized and gives valuable insights and provides guidelines on how to go about developing and maintaining a professional teaching portfolio. There are also examples of portfolios provided,and a chapter on electronic by: DEVELOPING A PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO During your teacher education program in Curriculum & Instruction, you are responsible 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 File Size: 69KB. Guidelines for Developing an Academic Portfolio. Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, University of Technology, Sydney. Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, University of Technology, Sydney.

A professional portfolio can be created and used for any discipline or profession (teaching, art, research, nursing, journalism, etc.) Your portfolio may “live” in two phases: A Personal Working Portfolio – very comprehensive and detailed A Professional Presentation Portfolio – tailored from yourFile Size: KB.

The preeminent guidebook for portfolio development, this influential text has given pre-service and in-service teachers the necessary tools to create a professional teaching portfolio that reflects the uniqueness of each individual educator, and to provide to others an authentic, broad-based, and compelling method for evaluating their professional by: Get this from a library.

Developing a professional teaching portfolio: a guide for success. [Patricia M Costantino; Marie N De Lorenzo; Edward J Kobrinski].

Components of a customized teaching portfolio (School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine) Developing a Teaching Portfolio book Components of a customized teaching portfolio for award (UWI/Guardian Life “Premium” Teaching Award) 76 Guidelines for developing a teaching philosophy 77. Developing Portfolios in Education, Second Edition, walks teachers through the practical aspects of creating portfolios and demonstrates how they can be used as an action research tool for reflection and professional s Ruth S.

Johnson, J. Sabrina Mims-Cox, and Adelaide Doyle-Nichols include checklists, visuals, organizational strategies, and hands-on tools to help readers. The following web sites offer additional resources and strategies for creating effective teaching portfolios: Developing a Teaching Portfolio, from the Center for Instructional Development and Research at the University of Washington; Developing a Teaching Portfolio, from the Office of Faculty and TA Development, The Ohio State UniversityAuthor: Rhett Mcdaniel.

Within a conceptual and research framework about the usefulness of portfolios, this book suggests methods to organize the process, and provides tools that will be used not only during preparation programs but also for professional and academic advancement.

Key features include: (1) Provides a conceptual framework for portfolio development: Readers are given descriptions about how portfolios Author: Ruth S. Johnson, J. Sabrina Mims, Adelaide Doyle-Nichols.

Buy Developing a Professional Teaching Portfolio: Guide for Success 2nd edition () by Patricia Costantino, Marie De Lorenzo and Edward Kobrinski for up to 90% off at Edition: 2nd This must-have guide to developing a teaching portfolio walks preservice and practicing teachers alike through different types of portfolios, clearly explaining their uses and purposes, and how each of these portfolio types is developed.

Get this from a library. Developing a teaching portfolio: a guide for preservice and practicing teachers. [Ann Adams-Bullock; Parmalee P Hawk] -- "With a focus on using portfolios to show one's work throughout a professional teaching career, this compact, easy-to-read volume provides both prospective and current teachers the foundation as well.

Developing Portfolios for Learning and Assessment This book is a practical, accessible gUide to implementing portfolio use for assessment and learning purposes.

It focuses specifically on portfolio use in educational contexts and moves beyond description and general principles to. In this book, Marianne Jones and Marilyn Shelton guide both practicing and pre-serve instructors through the process of showcasing their own teaching skills.

The authors present numerous examples taken from successful portfolios, provide helpful tips and strategies, combine theory and practice for developing portfolios, and walk readers step-by. The Developing Teaching Skills (DTS) Programme is a stand-alone 20 credit Masters module offered by the UEA Centre for Staff and Educational Development and the UEA School of Education.

It is aimed at postgraduate teaching assistants, demonstrators and postdoctoral researchers who are less experienced in. A teaching portfolio is a collection of documents, prepared for the purpose of applying for academic jobs and documenting professional developing in teaching.

A teaching portfolio provides a record of. Table of Contents for Developing a teaching portfolio: a guide for preservice and practicing teachers / Ann Adams Bulloc, available from the Library of Congress.

Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. The Teaching Portfolio provides an excellent overview of the teaching portfolio and its components. Several example portfolios are provided at the end of the book.

The Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University has excellent online resources about developing a teaching portfolio. For More Help or. Buy a cheap copy of Developing a Professsional Teaching book by Patricia M.

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Hawk. Format Book Edition 3rd ed. Published Boston: .Book Description. Packed with advice, vignettes and case studies, as well as useful tips and checklists for improving teaching, the second edition of Developing Your Teaching is the ideal toolkit to support the development of teaching practice.

Providing a blend of ideas, interactive review points and case study examples from university teachers, this accessible handbook for professional.A professional teaching portfolio is essential for all educators. As you began your journey into education, and as you look to get a teaching job, you have gathered important artifacts along the invaluable items you have collected are a great way to showcase your achievements and classroom experiences in a professional, organized manner.