Summary: This portfolio handbook includes authentic, student-generated artifacts as well as insights from administrators, teachers, and parents. Issues of classroom management, diversity, communication, planning, standards-based education, and reflection are all addressed in the context of how to approach these important aspects within a teaching portfolio and during interviews. The materials are designed for continued use as the students become in-service educators.Edition/Copyright: 2ND 07
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- The authors stress the practicality of using a portfolio and the simplicity of its creation. Focus is not limited to a single type of portfolio; rather, examples of various types and styles are included. Additional focus is given to traditional vs. electronic creation, preservice and inservice uses, and reflection for teacher improvement and lifelong learning.
- Chapters include extended information on such topics as electronic portfolios and preparing for interviews. New "From the Real World" sections preview chapter material and provide insight from current professionals.
- The new edition places greater emphasis on INTASC and Teacher Work Sample organization for the overall portfolio.
- Additional authentic examples have been included, as well as a new glossary and an index for easier use.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Year Published: 2007