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Program Portfolio Orientation. Dr. Cara M. Mulcahy and Dr. Lynda M. Valerie Department of Reading and Language Arts Thursday, October 6, 2011 4:00 – 4:30pm Vance 206. http://www.reading.ccsu.edu/ProgramCoursePortfolio/ProgramPortfolioFront.html. Steps along the way.

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Program portfolio orientation

Program Portfolio Orientation

Dr. Cara M. Mulcahy and Dr. Lynda M. Valerie

Department of Reading and Language Arts

Thursday, October 6, 2011

4:00 – 4:30pm

Vance 206.

http://www.reading.ccsu.edu/ProgramCoursePortfolio/ProgramPortfolioFront.html


Steps along the way

Steps along the way

  • Begin your portfolio at the course level.

  • Having taken 9-15 credit hours Master’s candidates must meet with program advisor for mid-program evaluation. Sixth Year candidates must meet with program advisor either upon completion of 15 credits OR prior to taking RDG 696.

  • Master’s candidates must meet with program advisor prior to comprehensive exams. Sixth Year candidates must meet with program advisor upon completion of 24 credits toward planned program of study.

  • Final evaluation of program portfolio AND exit interview with program adviser are required for graduation.


Content of program portfolio

Content of Program Portfolio

General information:

  • Name

  • Date of Matriculation

  • Advisor

  • Date of Submission

    IRA Standards (revised 2010):

  • 6 broad standards.

  • 21 elements to demonstrate evidence of the competencies for a reading specialist/literacy coach.


Content of program portfolio1

Content of Program Portfolio

IRA Standards continued:

Standard 1: Foundational Knowledge

  • Element: 1.2: Understanding the historically shared knowledge of the profession and changes over time in the perceptions of reading and writing development, processes, and components.

  • Artifact Annotation

  • Artifact Reflection

  • Artifact Rubric


Content of program portfolio2

Content of Program Portfolio

Evidence of membership to state/regional, national and/or international professional organizations in Reading and Language Arts. Please list and document.

  • EXAMPLE:

    • Connecticut Reading Association.

      Documentation: Newsletter with address label

    • New England Reading Association

      Documentation: NERAJ with address label


Content of program portfolio3

Content of Program Portfolio

Evidence of attendance or participation in state/regional and/or national/ international conferences in Reading and Language Arts for each year a student is enrolled in the program. This information must be included in the program portfolio. Please list and document.

  • EXAMPLE:

    • Connecticut Reading Association Council Session

      Documentation: conference Program

    • Connecticut Reading Association Council Session

      Documentation: Registration/Badge


Types of artifacts to include

Types of Artifacts to Include

  • Papers

  • Projects

  • Email conversations with colleagues

  • Midterm or final exams

  • Artifacts form in-class collaborations such as discussion circle notes, RRJs

  • Work samples from your own teaching


Sample annotation of artifact

Sample Annotation of Artifact

  • Examples in packet.


Reflection questions to address

Reflection Questions to Address

  • Did you discuss your understanding of all the components of the element in a standard, as well as the importance and value of the element toward your becoming a reading and language arts professional?

  • Did you explicitly connect how your artifact demonstrates the standard?

  • Did you elaborate on what you learned from the process of creating the artifact?

  • Did you reflect on how this learning experience can be transferred to your classroom practice to enhance your students’ learning and your work as a teacher leader?

  • Did you cite professional literature and/or research to support your description of the value of the standard?

  • Did you cite and reference APA style?


Resources

Resources

  • Lesley University APA citation/reference

    • http://research.lesley.edu/content.php?pid=188260&sid=1580184

  • Citing online sources APA style

    • http://www.apastyle.org/manual/index.aspx

  • IRA Standards for Reading Professionals Document

    • http://www.reading.org/General/CurrentResearch/Standards/ProfessionalStandards2010.aspx


Portfolio rubric

Portfolio Rubric

  • As part of your program portfolio, you are required to submit a one graded and signed rubric for each element.


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