GATE III MCEA Program Exit Portfolio. During this session. Logistics Portfolio structure Examples of entries Questions and answers. The Review: Who, Where and When?. Your UWEC supervisor Exit/Review conference usually in your school Established by your Supervisor. Gate III.
Are my students consistently learning?
How do students respond to my teaching?
What do I need to know and value
to be a great teacher?Your changing Portfolio . . .
You must achieve a level 3 rating for each Wisconsin Teacher StandardWhat is the expectation?
Management: Student consistently and effectively demonstrates the knowledge or skill and accurately records the impact on students. S/he is able to reflectively change his/her application to increase that impact. S/he looks for advanced knowledge or skill in this area.
Is the intentional and skillful management of relationships that enables others to succeed individually while accomplishing a collective outcome.
Collaborative leaders ably facilitate the involvement of two or more people in a group working toward a shared outcome in a manner that reflects collective ownership, authorship, use, or responsibility.
Collaboration is NOT the outcome or goal. Collaborations are processes that, when successful, align people’s actions to accomplish a goal or solve a problem.
Collaborative leaders possess knowledge, skills, and dispositions that enable them to carry out leaderful actions.
Anything that you put into your portfolio as evidence that students learn from your teaching!
Letters to/from parents
Coop Observation Records
Wisconsin Teacher Standards with associated knowledge, skills, and dispositions as described by DPI