A Beginning Teaching Portfolio Handbook: Documenting and Reflecting on Your Professional Growth and Abilities
Pearson Merrill/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Education - 226 pages
A Beginning Teaching Portfolio Handbook is a practical, how-to guide to building a convincing teaching portfolio from collection to submission. . This book is developed to help teachers and pre-service teachers develop portfolios that align with and demonstrate INTASC principles. Each INTASC principle recieves its own chapter, and particular attention is given to helping teachers articulate how specific artifacts demonstrate mastery of each INTASC principle. K-12 In-service and Pre-Service Teachers.
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Reflective Analysis and Your Portfolio
lmplementing lNTASC Principle 1 in Your Portfolio
lmplementing lNTASC Principle 2 in Your Portfolio
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