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The INTASC Portfolio What is INTASC? Who has a place with this association? What are "Center Standards" What is an intelligent portfolio? Why does WSU Teacher Education have you make a portfolio? Reflection Growth after some time Level 1 permit and my portfolio How would I make my portfolio? What are ancient rarities? Utilizing a format to make your portfolio INTASC norms for various Levels of courses What about after I graduate? The part of a portfolio in Level 2 Licensure

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Information for this presentation is drawn from the site created by the Council of Chief State School Officers. The essential report is "Model Standards for Beginning Teacher Licensing, Assessment and Development: A Resource for State Dialog (1992). Downloaded on March 11, 2008 from: Also found data about making a Teacher Education portfolio: Information about advancement of a portfolio in the wake of leaving instructor eduction preparing:

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INTASC: Interstate New Teacher Assessment Support Consortium INTASC: The Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) is a consortium of state training offices and national instructive associations committed to the change of the planning, permitting, and on-going proficient improvement of educators. Made in 1987, INTASC\'s essential voting demographic is state training offices in charge of instructor authorizing, program endorsement, and expert advancement. Its work is guided by one fundamental start: A successful educator must have the capacity to incorporate substance information with the particular qualities and requirements of understudies to guarantee that all understudies learn and perform at abnormal states. (taken from the CCSSO landing page)

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INTASC Core Standards are execution based The Starting Point: A Common Core of Teaching Knowledge, Performance Skills, and Dispositions The models were created in light of the five noteworthy suggestions that guide the National Board\'s standard-setting and evaluation work: Teachers are focused on understudies and their learning. Educators know the subjects they instruct and how to educate those subjects to different learners. Instructors are in charge of overseeing and observing understudy learning. Instructors ponder their practice and gain for a fact. Educators are individuals from learning groups. (CCSSO report, pp 7-8)

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Core Standards … the issuing of a permit ought to have a typical significance: that the contestant is set up to rehearse dependably as the essential educator of record for understudies. We have thusly settled these principles in light of this standard. Understudies\' requirements for very much grounded and versatile instructing are what should at last characterize the norms for instructors. (p 9) Prior to the State of Utah receiving the INTASC benchmarks as an establishment for licensure, the rule of equal assention was utilized to figure out which states licenses would be regarded for exchange

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10 Core Standards Principle #1: The educator comprehends the focal ideas, devices of request, and structures of the discipline(s) he or she instructs and can make learning encounters that make these parts of topic significant for understudies Principle #2: The instructor sees how youngsters learn and create, and can give learning open doors that backing their intelligent person, social and self-improvement. Rule #3: The educator sees how understudies contrast in their ways to deal with learning and makes instructional open doors that are adjusted to assorted learners. Standard #4: The educator comprehends and utilizes an assortment of instructional techniques to energize understudies\' advancement of basic considering, critical thinking, and execution aptitudes. Guideline #5: The educator utilizes a comprehension of individual and gathering inspiration and conduct to make a learning situation that empowers positive social communication, dynamic engagement in learning, and self-inspiration.

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Principle #6: The instructor utilizes information of compelling verbal, nonverbal, and media correspondence strategies to encourage dynamic request, joint effort, and strong cooperation in the classroom. Rule #7: The instructor arranges guideline endless supply of topic, understudies, the group, and educational programs objectives. Guideline #8: The educator comprehends and utilizes formal and casual appraisal methodologies to assess and guarantee the constant scholarly, social and physical advancement of the learner. Rule #9: The educator is an intelligent expert who persistently assesses the impacts of his/her decisions and activities on others (understudies, guardians, and different experts in the learning group) and who effectively searches out chances to become professionally. Rule #10: The educator encourages associations with school partners, guardians, and offices in the bigger group to bolster understudies\' learning and prosperity.

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What is a Reflective Portfolio Reflection is a procedure that permits advancement of significance through investigating an occasion. Reflection is more than a rundown of exercises that happened. Reflection is asking inquiries of yourself about for what valid reason you accomplished something, how you accomplished something, and what you gained from doing it. Research demonstrates that the procedure of reflection permits the improvement of "more profound" learning. An intelligent portfolio is one that obliges you to ponder what you have realized and how you have connected that learning through execution based abilities. This procedure likewise is a way to demonstrate your "miens" or inclination to accomplish something.

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Why does WSU Teacher Education have you make an intelligent portfolio? Reflection about what you know, do, and trust prompts "further" taking in Your portfolio will demonstrates development after some time in our system and permits our project and additionally you to recognize zones of quality and shortcoming in your taking in Your portfolio is vital for indicating you have fundamental information, execution aptitudes, and auras for licensure by the Utah State Board of Education (Level 2 permit)

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Creating your Reflective Portfolio How would I make my portfolio? What are antiques? Curios can be any "thing" you have done to show you have learning, process abilities, or airs. This may incorporate things, for example, lesson arranges, showing work tests, media materials you have created to instruct with, evaluations you have made, …

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Using a layout to make your portfolio A MS Word report format (archive that is pre-formated) is accessible for you to download and utilize. It is as of now organized to suit your appearance and ancient rarities. Extra data about utilizing the format, and additionally the layout, is accessible for download at: INTASC models for various Levels of courses Each Level and specialization of the instructor program has marginally distinctive INTASC measures that are stressed. You can likewise discover a grid of the different INTASC benchmarks that will be underlined at the above recorded site.

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How does my Reflective Portfolio change after some time? On the off chance that you are an Elementary Education major or have a custom curriculum instructing composite that incorporates Elementary Education, you will advance through the Teacher Education Program in "Levels" of courses. Your intelligent portfolio is finished amid Student Teaching. Optional Education majors with Teaching real/minors make their Reflective Portfolio amid their Professional Core and finish it amid their Student Teaching. Toward the end of every semester, you will be requested that redesign your current portfolio to incorporate new ancient rarities and reflections. To do this: If you are in Level 2 or 3, download the layout (basic format or extraordinary layout for your support) (l Identify which INTASC principles require curios for the Level courses in which you are selected Identify fitting ancient rarities and complete the reflections. Include the new ancient rarities and reflections to your Level 1 portfolio.

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A portfolio for Level 2 Licensure At the end of your preparation in Teacher Education, you may apply for a Level 1 instructing permit. This permit is conceded by the State Board of Education through the WSU Teacher Education Program. A Level 1 permit will permit you to be employed by a District and educate in a classroom as the "instructor of record." The Level 2 permit is not issued until after you have been in the schools, educating for a long time. You will likewise take an interest in the Entry Year Educator program and be coached amid those 3 years (UT Admin Code R22-522). Following 3 years, you will be re-assessed by the Principal of your school for meeting the Level 2 permit necessities. For extra data about Level 2 permit, see the State of Utah, Board of Education site for EYE ( ) The Utah State Board of Education requires a portfolio assessment to be a piece of the way toward allowing a "Level 2" permit. The Level 2 permit shows you have turned into a "very qualified" instructor and is important to accomplishing proficient status as an educator. Every District has its criteria for configuration and substance game plan of the showing portfolio you will keep on developing once you have left the Teacher Education Program. Whatever the organization, the portfolio will contain the 10 INTASC center principles and expert center models fitting to your major (i.e. basic instruction, specialized curriculum, physical sciences, and so on

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Your Level 2 Teaching Portfolio A Level 2 Licensure portfolio is a "Showing Portfolio" An educating portfoli

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