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Artifact Curation for Teachers

created using Web Strategy template
published by Abbey Wood

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Artifact Curation

This infographic shares strategies for teachers seeking to maintain artifacts for their portfolio. Using free online tools, it is possible to archive information to support the various criteria on which teachers are evaluated. This is particularly geared toward the North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards and rubric.

Maintaining and collecting evidence to empower educators

by Abbey Wood

Empowered

Take control of your evaluation process. Be able to provide evidence for your strengths as a teacher. Prepare for your future.

FYI: Here's why I'm awesome!

What if you want to branch out?

Take Control

HOW DO I DO THIS???

FROM STUDENTS

Work Examples

THEIR e-Folios

Technology Use

FROM YOU

Lesson Plans

Assessments

Class Website

WEBSITE

Your class website should be mobile and tablet friendly, include a calendar  and landing pages. This may or may not include your artifacts, but is a vital part of your online presence as a teacher as well as an artifact itself, especially if you are able to monitor your site traffic.

Website needs to include:

Mobile & Tablet Friendly Site

Calendar/Agenda

Landing Page

TOOLS

You can use a variety of online tools to organize your artifacts. Here are a few suggestions.

Blogs

Websites

Google Drive

Google Doc

Evernote

Twitter

Canvas

PiktoChart

Feel free to use a template... http://tinyurl.com/nceesefolio

Click the items below for my examples or homepages

SEARCH

TAGS

Evernote, Wordpress, Blogger, Twitter

HIERARCHY

Google Drive, Websites, Google Docs, Canvas

You can organize your artifacts using folders, links, hashtags, and blog tags to help find things more easily when needed.

TIME TO THINK...

Brainstorm and reflect on your own teaching style and comfort level with technology tools such as these. Feel free to get started on creating a place to house the things that make you great!

What will work best for me?