G. Portfolios

The updated requirements because of COVID-19 impacts are highlighted in Pink.

E-PORTFOLIO
The ePortfolio provides prospective employers with the ability to view your credentials and preparation as a future teacher. The following elements are required should be included:

 

  • E-portfolio description/introduction
  • Teaching Philosophy, including:

 

      • Demonstration of your teaching belief
      • Instruction and Assessment Statement
      • Instruction and Management Statement
      • OPTIONAL: We are visual arts educators! Try to develop one visual image or diagram to represent your statements

 

  • Professional resume.
  • Student Teaching Experiences:
    This will be a page to simply demonstrate your practicum experiences. Placement descriptions and dates must be included.

 

      • Documentation for secondary and elementary placements (including Setting and context–all parts, 2 lesson plans of each placement with teaching reflections, student examples, etc.)
        (Update: The two-lesson-plan requirement for the first placement is still the same. In terms of the lesson plans from the second placement, you can present the online learning materials that you design or co-develop with your cooperating teachers along with brief explanations).
      • At least one of the lesson plans that you share on the e-portfolio has to be associated with social justice issue(s) (Update: If you already completed this requirement in the first placement, you must present it on the e-portfolio. If you were planning to do it in the second placement but now is not able to facilitate, you may present other class materials that you create for the second placement). 
      • Page with a brief description and link to journal reflections.
      • Standards’ Elements Alignment page (Standard portfolio). 

 

  • Examples of personal artwork and artist statement (updated requirements)
    • Your artist statement (Briefly introduce the art areas that you were trained or learned. Try to present your ability to create both 2D and 3D art.
    • At least 10 images of your personal selected artworks with title, media, and year below the images. Must match the art areas that you mentioned the artist statement. They can be arranged by year or medium, your choice. The images sizes are also your choice as long as they could clearly show the artworks’ quality and details. Try to present both 2D and 3D artworks to show your knowledge of different art media. If you apply for a job from an online portfolio system, 10 usually is the minimum image number that it will request you to submit.
      Must include the following information for every artwork: Title, Media, and Year. Optional: Size

 

(Optional now) PHYSICAL PORTFOLIO 

Due to the COVID-19 impacts, the physical portfolio would be the optional completion for your student teaching seminar now. Please be focused on crafting your e-portfolio based on the updated requirements

When you go to a job interview, you do not always have the chance or the Internet available to show your online teaching portfolio, so, a physical portfolio can help you present your works right away.

So, once you have your e-portfolio in hand, you can print out the documents from your e-portfolio for your physical one by adding some design. During the student teaching seminar, you will be arranged to have a mock interview by professional art educators and the physical portfolio is required to bring. Please print out the documents below and put them in a binder and then bring it along with your laptop to the class on the date of your mock interview.

**Any pages that include images have to be printed in color!!

  1. Cover for your interview portfolio
  2. Resume
  3. Teaching philosophy (The general introduction, instruction and management, instruction and assessment)
  4. Advocacy brochure for each placement. For the mock interview, you only need to provide the one advocacy brochure of one lesson plan from your first placement. However, for your final student teaching exhibition, you will need to present two advocacy brochures from BOTH placements as well.
  5. Your artist statement (Briefly introduce the art areas that you were trained or learned.)
  6. At least 10 images of your personal selected artworks with title, media, and year below the images. Must match the art areas that you mentioned in section 5. They can be arranged by year or medium, your choice. The images sizes are also your choice as long as they could clearly show the artworks’ quality and details. If you apply for a job from an online portfolio system, 10 usually is the minimum image number that it will request you to submit.
    Must include the following information for every artwork: Title, Media, and Year. Optional: Size
  7. Two FULL lesson plans. (Please provide the revised ones with your teaching reflections)

**I suggest you make a section cover page for each listed section.

Advocacy Brochure examples:

Example 1:

 

Example 2:

 

Example 3:

 

SELECTED PORTFOLIO EXAMPLES

Fall 2019

Layne Dexheimer

Melissa Newberry

Joel Schreiner

Laine Stewart

Katie Walker

 

Spring 2019

Courtney Dore

Daniel Webber 

Jalaina Felker

Julia Blue Arm

Sarah Zimmerman

Sammi Auster

 

Fall 2018

Roxanne MaClarney

Nicole Niederman

 

Spring 2018

Samantha Cook

Ben Gowen

Katie Mills

Ross Montgomery

Emily Smith

 

Fall 2017

Liz Griffin

Crystal Hinds

Adam Makan

Angela Natrasevschi

 

Spring 2017

Andres Flores

Montserrat Granados

Jukie Kaspari

Beth Slaugh

 

Fall 2016

Andie Cobb

Jonathan McHugh

 

Spring 2016

Nanette Bertoni: http://nanettebertoni.weebly.com

Lizzy Clay: eaclay.weebly.com

Chandon Hammersmith: http://chandonhammersmith.weebly.com/

Jenna Lewis: http://jennarlewis.weebly.com/

Allison McGinnis: http://allisonmcginnis.weebly.com/

Jenna Mishoe: http://jennammishoe.weebly.com/

Nicole Stuehm: http://nicolestuehm.weebly.com/

Tiffany Trotter: http://trotterportfolio.weebly.com/

 

Fall 2015

Missy Brown: http://missmarisarenee.wix.com/marisa-brown

Matt Jones: http://jonesarteducation.wix.com/portfolio

Taylor Lawson: http://tmlawson92.wix.com/tmlawsonedportfolio

Jennie Maydew: http://jenniemaydew.weebly.com

David Pipinich: http://davidpipinich.weebly.com/

Chelsea Skorka: Chelseaskorkateachingportfolio.weebly.com

 

Spring 2015

Lindsey Cremin: http://LindseyCremin.weebly.com

Kelly Hefner: http://kellenhafnerportfolio.weebly.com

Kaylen Sather: http://satherartandeducation.wordpress.com

Daniel Schler: http://schlerarted.weebly.com

Mercedes Slack: http://mslackteachingportfolio.weebly.com

Lisa Smoot: http://lisasmootteachingportfolio.weebly.com

 

Fall 2014

Frances Ritchtie: https://fritchiefall2014stuteaching.wordpress.com

Linda Roth: https://sites.google.com/site/ldroth4/

Holly Thompson-Bandong: http://hollybandong-eportfolio.weebly.com

Cole Zawadzki: http://colezawadzki.weebly.com/

 

Spring 2014

Abby Allen: http://abigailallenportfolio.weebly.com/

Kaitlyn Birdsall: http://kaitlynbirdsall.weebly.com/

Asia Skipp: https://sites.google.com/site/asiaskippeportfolio/

 

Fall 2013

Becca Black: http://sites.google.com/site/beccablackportfolio/

Kirsten Gotaas: https://sites.google.com/site/kirstenigotaas/

Grahm Hendrickson: http://sites.google.com/site/arteducationgrahmhendrickson/

Eileen Salzman: https://sites.google.com/site/eileensalzmaneportfolio/

Brooke Stanke: http://brookestanke.weebly.com

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