Administrative Leadership Portfolio
Information

The portfolio requirements and process varies depending on your program. Locate your specific program below for more information.

Adult & Continuing Education Leadership / Higher Education Administration Portfolio Information


What's In A Portfolio?

Introduction

This section provides you with an opportunity to provide a brief "snapshot" of who you are as an educator. It is really up to you how you wish to approach it. Some individuals write a "letter" to the reviewers, while others simply write a brief biography.

Resume

This may be included on the page provided, as an attachment, or as both.

Philosophy Statement

This section will identify your core beliefs surrounding admin leadership and how those connect the six outcomes of your program.

Reflections:

Reflections for each individual outcome (compose in the space provided in the template) include:

• Outcome stated at the top
• Identification of the artifact with a rationale why it fits the standard
• The context of the artifact and the role the student played in its development
• Identification of what was learned and how what was learned will be put to practice as a building administrator

In the artifact as an attachment. You may use documents, power point presentations, video clips, etc.

Timeline

You are strongly encouraged to review and familiarize yourself with all of the materials pertaining to the ePortfolio process. The earlier you start your ePortfolio project, the easier the process will be for you.

Portfolio Review Sign-Up Form

Access the Adult & Continuing Education Leadership/Higher Education Administration Portfolio Review Sign-up Form

Educational Administration & Supervision Portfolio Information


The Portfolio

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction requires all candidates in professional education programs to develop a portfolio as part of a completion requirement. These professional educators include: teachers, reading specialists; library media specialists; speech/language pathologists; school or district administrators; school psychologists; school counselors; and school social workers.

This e-portfolio can be shared instantaneously with professors, classmates, and groups for assessment and collaboration. It is designed to be a developmental process for you and allow you opportunity to reflect on your knowledge, skills, and experiences as you move through the program. Students beginning the program in 2011 will use the platform provided in D2L to develop and maintain your portfolio. Students admitted prior to 2011 may use the LIVETEXT platform if they choose to do so.

NOTE: Upon completion of coursework required for licensure, all applicants must complete and submit for review an e-portfolio detailing their competencies of the UWM core guiding principles and the UWM-WI state standards for administrators. Portfolios will be evaluated by two members of the administration faculty during the final semester of the candidate's program.

Resource Library

The Resource Library serves as a database to all of the ePortfolio resources that you'll need to complete your ePortfolio.

Due Dates

December completion of licensure and/or degree: Portfolio due November 1
May completion of licensure and/or degree: Portfolio due April 1
August completion of licensure and/or degree: Portfolio due July 1

Portfolio Review Sign-Up Form

Access the Educational Administration & Supervision Portfolio Review Sign-Up Form