GTEP PORTFOLIO MATRIX by ytq86025

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									                                   GTEP PORTFOLIO MATRIX

The GTEP Portfolio Matrix is a guide for students. Completion of this matrix is a required
assignment for EDU 601. Students may change the portfolio artifact selections as the portfolio
is created if othe r assignments provide better artifacts. Students must submit the matrix as a
completed Word docume nt or as a .pdf docume nt, i.e., when the student has finished editing the
matrix, which is a Rich Text File (.rtf), it must be saved as a Microsoft Word (.doc) or .pdf file
so that it is readable. If the file is not saved as a .doc or .pdf file, the contents of the file will be
scrambled and unreadable by the EDU 601 instructor.

Instructions:
 All portfolio artifacts must be graded assignments from courses that earn credit toward the degree.
  Items from EDU 601, EDU 602, and EDU 5000 cannot be used as portfolio evidence, because these
  seminars do not result in earned credits.
 Students should go online and look through the syllabus for each of the courses they will take, based
  on the GTEP Program Outline received from the academic advisor. (If you do not have a GTEP
  Program Outline, contact your academic advisor immediately at 800-986-3223, ext. 1559 to get
  one.)
 Artifacts should represent a variety of products and activities from GTEP classes.
 In each syllabus, there should be a list of assignments. Assignments that are required to be included
  in the portfolio are indicated in the syllabus for each course.
 Students may select artifacts from among assignments that are not marked as required for the
  portfolio unless the program professor for the major has specifically indicated that only specific
  assignments may be used. Course matrices are available for the following programs and must be
  used to prepare the EDU 601 Matrix:

 Computer Science Education - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/CSEAPIndex.pdf
 Educational Media - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/EMAPIndex.pdf
 Elementary Education/ESOL - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/ELEAccomplishedPracticesIndex.pdf
 Exceptional Student Education/ESE -http://www.nova.edu/~yates/ESEAccomplishedPracticesIndex.pdf
 Gifted Education - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/GiftedEndorsementAccomplishedPracticesIndex.pdf
 PreK-Primary Education/ESOL - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/PreKPrimaryAPIndex.pdf
 Reading - http://www.nova.edu/~yates/REDAPIndex.pdf

 Students must use the Critical Question for each Accomplished Practice to determine which artifacts
  can be used to demonstrate competence in each practice.
 In each box of the matrix found on the next page, students will provide (1) the course number, (2) a
  format description of the artifact, (3) the title of the artifact, and (4) number the artifact. This
  number (4) will remain the same, regardless of the number of times it is used as evidence. An
  artifact may be used for a maximum of three times for the portfolio.

The following sample is for Accomplished Practice 6, Ethics:
6. Ethics        Course: EM565
                  Artifact: Paper
            Title: Keeping Kids Safe:
                   Internet Filtering
                    Artifact #17
     Do not submit this instruction page to your EDU 601 INSTRUCTOR
NAME: _________________________________________ NSU ID: ___________________

                           GTEP PORTFOLIO MATRIX


   ACCOMPLISHED          Potential      Potential     Potential     Potential
      PRACTICE            Artifact       Artifact      Artifact      Artifact
1. ASSESSMENT


2. COMMUNICATION


3. CONTINUOUS
   IMPROVEMENT

4. CRITICAL
   THINKING

5. DIVERSITY


6. ETHICS


7. HUMAN
   DEVELOPMENT
   AND LEARNING
8. KNOWLEDGE OF
   SUBJECT MATTER

9. LEARNING
   ENVIRONMENT

10. PLANNING


11. ROLE OF THE
    TEACHER

12. TECHNOLOGY

								
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