This book suggests that portfolios can become a new kind of credential of competent and effective teachers. Part 1, "Prologue," offers: (1) "Portfolio Possibilities: Validating a New Teacher Professionalism" (Nona Lyons) and (2) "Teacher Portfolios: A Theoretical Activity" (Lee Shulman).Part 2, "Emerging Portfolio Practices: A Sampler," includes (3) "Creating a Portfolio Culture" (Dennie Wolf); (4) "Mentoring Portfolio Development" (Helen Freidus); (5) "Learning from Looking" (Steve Seidel); (6) "Reflections on the Use of Teams to Support the Portfolio Process" (Carol Lynn Davis and Ellen Honan); and (7) "Constructing Narratives for Understanding: Using Portfolio Interviews To Scaffold Teacher Reflection" (Nona Lyons).Les participants, tous des enseignants, ont pris part à un cours formel pendant lequel ils ont développé un portfolio numérique.
Or use it to upload your own Power Point slides so you can share them with your teachers, class, students, bosses, employees, customers, potential investors or the world. (2006/2010) (Eds.) Reflective Practices in Arts Education. Characterizing productive reflection among preservice elementary teachers: Seeing what matters. Milman is an Assistant Professor of Educational Technology and Curriculum and Instruction in the Department of Educational Leadership and the Department of Teacher Preparation and Special Education, Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University, USA.Abstract: This paper reports the findings of a qualitative study examining the role of digital teaching portfolios in teachers’ professional development and classroom practice.
How we think: A restatement of the relation of reflective thinking to the educative process.