Nov 28, 2020
EDUC 1020 - Portfolios I for Educators Credits: 1
Hours/Week: Lecture 1Lab None
Course Description: This course is recommended as a first semester course for all education majors. Students will document and reflect upon their competence in the act of teaching by developing an electronic, standards-based portfolio. Students will participate in field experience. Students need to arrange transportation. A Minnesota Human Service background study with no restrictions may be required. Professional material related to the teaching process, or artifacts, will be collected and reflected upon.
Recommendation: CAPL 1000
- Digital Teaching Portfolio Process Framing portfolio around standards/competencies Collecting artifacts Selecting artifacts Reflection- Develop and promote metacognitive awareness and critical thinking
- Field Experience Roles and Responsibilities of teachers and paraprofessionals Describe the school setting Collaboration with personnel
- Portfolios What is a Portfolio? What is a Standards-Based Portfolio? What are the advantages? What are the benefits?
- Technology Functions of electronic portfolio Organization- Naming files Equipment- Uploading files and photos
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- define the meaning and purpose behind Teacher Standards and Paraeducator Competencies.
- select professional material (artifacts) to be stored in their portfolios.
- describe the advantages and benefits of an electronic portfolio.
- collect professional material (artifacts) to be stored in their portfolios.
- collaborate with support personnel.
- demonstrate competency in using technology.
- demonstrate knowledge and skill with educational technologies.
- demonstrate reflection on professional material (artifacts) to be stored in their portfolios.
- describe procedures and processes of a school setting.
- identify the various roles and responsibilities of a teacher.
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