Portfolio Advice for New Teachers
I am looking for advice on creating a professional portfolio for elementary education. I graduated from a program that required me to create two E-portfolios where I critique my teaching on video. While I think this is invaluable, I find myself in a pickle because I know I need to have a hard copy. I've looked online for the basics, but it would help immensely to hear live advice from teachers! Here are my questions:
What stands out in an exemplary portfolio? What makes it exemplary?
I don't have a ton of student work to show assessment or progress....is this a huge problem? What can I do to make up for it?
My best lesson plans are quite lengthy on paper-should I shorten it up for the interview?
What do employers want to see?
Thank you in advance for your kind feedback!
- New Teachers