Artifacts

 

 

Professional   Employment
  Portfolio

Resume

Philosophy

Field Experiences

Lessons, Units, Tech Projects

Modifying
Lessons

Assessment

Teacher Work Sample

See Me at Work Photos,Videos

References 

Final Reflection

 

 

      

 

 

 

Artifacts are exhibits that show what a teacher knows. They are facts about  the art of teaching. Artifacts are saved on disks throughout the course of a teacher education program. In this format, they can easily be included or imported to a CD-ROM or a web-based format. 

The listed items on both sides of the blue borders are artifacts. Artifacts can be lesson plans, photographs of special activities that demonstrate your expertise in teaching and guiding students, a statement of your beliefs (philosophy), a description or samples of units, resume, tech projects, sample assessment strategies, exhibits of student work with explanatory comments, and reflections.

Here are two examples of artifacts from an elementary portfolio designed to illustrate planning ability. 

Learning /
 Assessment 
Portfolio

Standards

Courses

What's an 
Artifact?

Developing a 
Philosophy 
Statement

Service Learning

Field Experience

Lesson Plans

Curriculum Units

Tech Projects

Gallery/Exhibition 

Assessment 
Strategies

Action Research 
Projects

Working 
with Families
 

Recommendations

Reflection

   
     

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Roberta Devlin-Scherer, Seton Hall University
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