See Me at Work

 

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


Photographs

Often a print portfolio will rely on clear and dynamic photographs of teachers at work with students, bulletin boards, unique exhibits, models, or displays or products developed by students or teachers. 

A caption explaining the connection to curriculum and student learning aids viewers who are trying to understand the value of the activity. A photo of me presenting a humorous lesson on rollerblading is an example. In my case, this lesson employed irony, incongruity, and visual humor to introduce background and information on injuries in  this sport. 

In Educational Evaluation, preservice students create displays and present a topic in a team. Pictures can convey some of the energy and quality that evolves from an Exhibition

Videotapes 

Video clips can communicate initial impressions of a teaching style. They can offer insight into the way a candidate opens a lesson, gives directions, provides the agenda for the day, or develops an argument. Keeping clips brief and introducing their purpose and indicating the group's age and size provides appropriate background for viewers. I

A video tour of your classroom could be a memorable way to introduce what you believe is important to teach and learn. 

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
January 2, 2001
Updated  02/06/03
devlinrb@shu.edu