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  1. 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

  2. UWSP TEACHING PORTFOLIO • ADDRESSING STANDARDS • CONSIDERING PERFORMANCE TASKS

  3. 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)

  4. 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.

  5. 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

  6. 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)

  7. 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

  8. 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.

  9. THE SOE TEMPLATE • INTRODUCTION • TEACHING PHILOSOPHY • SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE • INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY • ASSESSMENT • ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTION • CREDENTIALS

  10. INTRODUCTION • Photo and Bio • Other possibilities:

  11. 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.

  12. 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?

  13. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY • Artifacts that who how you teach • Beyond lesson plans? • Photo essays • Examples of student work

  14. ASSESSMENT • Artifacts: Tests and Measurements class • Artifacts : Practicum assessments • Artifacts: S T assessments

  15. 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. )

  16. CREDENTIALS • RESUME • You may want to add this before burning a C D of your portfolio • (You may want to consider identity theft)

  17. WHERE DOES IT GO?CREATING A MAP

  18. 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