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  • Table of
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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Accomplished Practices
  • Professional Credentials
  • Program Standards
  • Diverse Learning
  • Goals and Standards
  • Diversity
  • Subject Matter
  • ISTE Standards
  • Technology
  • Media 1, Media 2, Media 3

Introduction

  • This section should contain a brief essay that outlines your teaching philosophy. You have probably written on this topic in more than one education course (specifically EDUC 160 and again in your methods course).

Professional Credentials

  • Resume
  • Certificates
  • Certifications

Program Standards

  • Subject Matter
  • Learning and Development
  • Diverse Learners
  • Planning
  • Instruction
  • Management
  • Communication
  • Assessment
  • Reflection
  • Collaboration and Professionalism

Reflection and Artifact

  • You need an artifact for each area in which you are demonstrating competency. The artifact, such as a scanned picture of your students’ work, should be preceded by a reflection that :
  • Answers “what”: summarize the artifact that documents the experience,
  • Answers “so what”: what have you learned and how does this lead to meeting the standards, and
  • Answers “now what”: what are implications for future learning and/or refinements.
  • The reflection should link to your artifact.

Goals and Standards

  • Program Standards
  • Critical Dispositions
  • Diversity
  • Technology
  • Video
  • Put a link(s) to your teaching area standards (e.g. NCTM, NCTE, NMSA, etc.)

Subject Matter

  • 1.1 Demonstrates content mastery.
  • 1.2 Encourages students to look at subject matter from a variety of perspectives and to see linkages across disciplines.
  • 1.3 Gives students opportunities to use methods of inquiry associated with the discipline(s).

ISTE Standards

  • Technology Operations and Concepts
  • Planning and Designing Learning Environments and Experiences
  • Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Productivity and Professional Practice
  • Social, Ethical, Legal, and Human Issues
  • Choose one other to illustrate.

Critical Dispositions

  • Inquisitive Resourceful
  • Flexible Organized
  • Principled Social
  • Open Minded Positive
  • Hardworking Collegial

V. Productivity and Professional Practice

  • Describe the what, so what, and what now aspects of the artifact you are using for your reflection. Link to the artifact on another page.

Accomplished Practices

  • Insert your AP’s on this page.

Student Learning

  • 2.1 Provides developmentally appropriate learning opportunities.
  • 2.2 Motivates students to be active learners.

Diverse Learners

  • 3.1 Designs and implements lessons based on: individual differences, students’ cultures, and multiple cultural perspectives.
  • 3.2 Identifies when and how to access appropriate resources and services to meet exceptional learning needs.
  • 3.3 Creates a learning community in which individual differences are respected.

Diversity

Technology

Media 1

Media 2

Media 3


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