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    • Dpme.orgLeigh Zeitz, Ph.D. Bonnie ThurberUniversity of Northern Iowa Northwestern Universityzeitz@uni.edub-thurber@northwestern.edudrzreflects.comicollaboratory.org
    • Let’s tweet our comments.#ISTE12
    • #ISTE12
    • LEIGH ZEITZ BONNIE THURBER University of Northern Iowa  Northwestern University Cedar Falls, Iowa  Evanston, Illinois Associate Prof, Instruct Tech  Faculty Support College of Education  Academic & Research Tech Professional Portfolios Student Portfolios
    •  Your name City and state Level you teach School What type of portfolio do you want to create? (Student/Teacher/Administrator) Something special about you
    • Confirmation ofWorkshop Attendance
    • Create a Digital Portfolio  Identify your PROUD POINTS  Collect & digitize your artifacts  Learn portfolio organization  Write reflections  Integrate into the templates
    • Create a Digital Portfolio  Identify work PROUD POINTS  Collect & digitize your artifacts  Learn portfolio organization  Write reflections  Integrate into the templates
    •  Intro to digital portfolios Identify your PROUD POINTS Review on-line portfolios Identify potential artifacts Review teaching standards Reflections  What they are  How to write them
    • Creating Portfolios
    • dpme.org
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    • 8 Standards42 Critera
    • Thewho.net
    • PROUD POINTS
    • Portfolios tell it all
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    • 3 2 4Standards-Indexed Standards-Referenced
    • www.durangoherald.comhttp://tinyurl.com/dpmesamples
    • TEKS
    • 1. Implementation of student achievement goals.2. Competence in content knowledge3. Planning and preparing for instruction4. Multiple learning needs of students5. Monitor student learning6. Classroom management7. Professional growth8. Professional responsibilities
    •  What? (Description)  Describe the artifact  More complete than caption So What? (Analysis)  Analyze the artifact  What occurred during the event? Now What? (Planning)  How did this affect you?  How is your future affected by this?
    • Dr. Leigh Zeitz University of Northern Iowa zeitz@uni.edu www.leighzeitz.com Blog: drzreflects.com Twitter: zeitz Second Life: Leigh WriterWorkshop evaluation: tinyurl.com/dpme-eval12
    • Dr. Bonnie Thurber Northwestern University b-thurber@northwestern.edu www.icollaboratory.org Skype: bthurber Twitter: bbt521 Google+: bbt521Workshop evaluation: tinyurl.com/dpme-eval12