Developing Your Portfolio – Enhancing Your Learning and Showing Your Stuff: A Guide for the Early Childhood Student Or Professional
Portfolios have often been used as a way for teachers to monitor and assess their students' progress, but this book picks up on the current trend of using portfolios to assess teachers themselves as part of their degree requirements. As a professional development tool, portfolios are also useful for classroom teachers in evaluating their practice, and in showcasing their skills and accomplishments for use in interviews.
Both theoretical and practical, the book addresses issues and mechanics related to process and product, instruction and guidance techniques, the role of reflection, and assessment strategies. With concrete examples, rubrics, tips, and exercises, this book will provide a step-by-step guide to creating a professional teaching portfolio.
What people are saying - Write a review
Human Development and Constructivism
How Portfolios Reflect Constructivism
Portfolio Orientation Purpose Type Context Structure and Audience
Planning and Organizing for a Successful Portfolio
Philosophy The Unifying Element of Portfolios