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  • 1. Artifact Possibilities
    Chapter 5
  • 2. Types of artifacts
    Action Research - examples of when you have inquired about ways to improve classroom instruction, student learning, and your own practices
    Adaptations - you may have made adaptations to an activity, an assessment, a game, a teaching material, or the physical environment to accommodate the needs of one or more students.
  • 3. Types of artifacts
    Assessments - any forms of assessment you have used or developed to measure student performance would be included
    Awards & Certificates
    Behavior Intervention Plan - plan for managing students behavior
    Bulletin Board Ideas
    Case Studies - a thorough examination of a student’s growth over a period of time
  • 4. Types of artifacts
    Classroom Management Philosophy - written summary of your philosophy of classroom management
    Community Resources Documents - might include copies of actual correspondence or a description of less formal contact between you and a community resource
    Content Organizers - visual and graphic representations of the content of written materials
  • 5. Types of Artifacts
    Cooperative Learning Strategies - lesson plans from a cooperative learning group lesson
    Culturally Responsive Instruction - documents that demonstrate your disposition to build partnerships with the homes and communities of your students as well as your ability to plan meaningful instruction
    Curriculum Plans - written plans, programs, or both designed to organize curriculum
  • 6. Types of Artifacts
    Data Analysis of Student Learning - this document is a collection and analysis of objective, empirical data about students learning.
    Differentiated Instruction Plans - instruction plans that adjust the curriculum to the varied needs of learning based on empirical data
    Field Trip Plans
  • 7. Types of Artifacts
    Floor Plans
    Goal Statements
    Interviews with Students, Teachers, Parents, or Caregivers
    Lesson Plans
    Letters to Parents or Caregivers
  • 8. Types of Artifacts
    Media Competencies - includes evidence and descriptions of the various forms of media you are able to incorporate in your instruction
    Meetings and Workshops Log
    Observation Reports
    Parent-Teacher Conference Summaries
    Peer Critiques
  • 9. Types of Artifacts
    Philosophy Statement
    Pictures & Photographs
    Professional Development Plans
    Professional Organizations and Committees List
    Professional Readings List
  • 10. Types of Artifacts
    Research Papers
    Student Teaching Schedules
    Self-Assessment Instruments
    Student Contracts
    Student Work
    Technological Resources
    Unit Plans
    Volunteer Experience Descriptions
    Work Experience Descriptions