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NAVIGATING TO SOE PORTFOLIO Navigating to the UWSP Professional Portfolio Page Begin UWSP home page Click Academics and Research Click College of Professional Studies Click School of Education Click on Reference (left side in purple) Scroll down and click Prof. Ed. Portfolio

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NAVIGATING TO SOE PORTFOLIO

  • Navigating to the UWSP Professional Portfolio Page

  • Begin UWSP home page

  • Click Academics and Research

  • Click College of Professional Studies

  • Click School of Education

  • Click on Reference (left side in purple)

  • Scroll down and click Prof. Ed. Portfolio

  • You will find lists of the following:

  • Ten Wisconsin Teaching Standards

  • Course Standard Matrices

  • Performance tasks (select your major and you will find a list of performance tasks matching course numbers)

  • Student portfolio samples


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UWSP TEACHING PORTFOLIO

  • ADDRESSING STANDARDS

  • CONSIDERING PERFORMANCE TASKS


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COLLECTING ALONG THE WAY

  • As you are taking education and methods classes check the performance tasks and save your work on these for webpage

  • Shape assignments to artifacts

    (omit assignment looking features)


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A WORD ABOUT ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS

  • Readers of you portfolio want to see you work and your teacher thinking.

  • Borrowing lesson plans from website or others is ok, but not for portfolio models.

  • When borrowing and adapting for your use, add reference and credit to where you borrowed.


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A WORD ABOUT RIGHT TO PRIVACY

  • Use pseudonyms for student names

    Tip: use find and replace to change names

    When using photos get permission

    Model release template available https://www.uwsp.edu/Education/pshaw/e400/samples.htm


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ADDING PERFORMANCE TASKS

  • Look to the following links on SOE template

  • Ten Wisconsin Teaching Standards

  • Performance tasks (select your major and you will find a list of performance tasks matching course numbers)


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EXAMPLE: ELEMENTARY

  • EDUC 205 Teaching for Pluralism ·  Portfolio Project EDUC 302 Introduction to Literacy ·  Practicum Experience

  • EDUC 309 Communication Arts I · Mini Lesson, Lesson Plans, and Reflections

  • EDUC 310 Communication Arts II · Lesson Plan and Mini-Lesson

  • EDUC 324/325 Techniques in the Elementary School: Social Studies and Science ·        Integrated Unit Plan

  • EDUC 351/551 Teaching Children with Exceptional Needs in the General/Regular Classroom ·  IEP

  • EDUC 381 Educational Psychology · Educational Philosophy

  • EDUC 383 Tests and Measurements · Traditional Assessment· Non-Traditional Assessment


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10 TEACHING STANDARDS

  • You need to make sure you address all 10 teaching standards.

  • You need to address the performance tasks: however, you may choose to update or revise your performance task artifacts with new documents and artifacts while student teaching.


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THE SOE TEMPLATE

  • INTRODUCTION

  • TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

  • SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE

  • INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY

  • ASSESSMENT

  • ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION

  • CREDENTIALS


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INTRODUCTION

  • Photo and Bio

  • Other possibilities:


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TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

  • You wrote a teaching philosophy in ED. 381

    Possibilities:

  • Make it more appealing for audience

  • Update or revise it

  • Replace it with a new philosophy based on your teaching experience

    Add Specific Philosophies: Class Management, Philosophy for Teach (Math) – may have from a methods class.


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SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE

  • Much of the coursework you do in methods classes applies here

  • Lesson plans demonstrating subject knowledge applies here

  • What unique ways can you show subject knowledge beyond lesson plans?


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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY

  • Artifacts that who how you teach

  • Beyond lesson plans?

  • Photo essays

  • Examples of student work


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ASSESSMENT

  • Artifacts: Tests and Measurements class

  • Artifacts : Practicum assessments

  • Artifacts: S T assessments


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ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION

  • Ed. 351 IEP

  • Student Teaching Reflection about attending or assisting with IEP

  • (Be very cautious with right to privacy – avoid using students’ names. )


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CREDENTIALS

  • RESUME

  • You may want to add this before burning a C D of your portfolio

  • (You may want to consider identity theft)


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WHERE DOES IT GO?CREATING A MAP


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WEBSITES TO CHECK OUT

  • Kathryn Pertzborn http://students.uwsp.edu/kpert025/ Student Teacher Portfolio (Note unique first page and Subject knowledge page format for Performance Tasks

  • Melinda Rockwood http://students.uwsp.edu/mrock397/ Student Teacher Portfolio Melinda used 10 teaching standards to organize and has links to performance tasks in Subject Knowledge. (note links on Teaching Philosophy pages)

  • Abbie Creuziger http://www.abbiecreuziger.com/ Student teacher who has he portfolio on a website of her own. Abbie added new link to SOE template for performance tasks.

  • Jennifer Coughlin http://students.uwsp.edu/jcoug087/soe_template/Index.htm Student teacher. Check out her performance task page

  • Kevin Brodzik http://students.uwsp.edu/kbrod406/SOEportfolio/index.htm Kevin uses cross reference to standards at bottom of his pages

  • Jenny LaRoche Secondary science Jenny uses courses rather than performance tasks in her organization plan. http://students.uwsp.edu/jlaro189/protfolio/Index.htm

  • Brooke Mesenberg http://students.uwsp.edu/bmese155/ (note categories in Teaching Philosophy


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