I think the keys here are to treat it in a way that’s (a) low-key and (b) matter-of-fact.So, for instance, if someone asks about your husband, you’d just say, “Actually, Bob and I are splitting up.” And your response to whatever concerned response follows should be something like, “It’s a tough time, but we’re both doing well” or “Thank you, we’re getting through it okay” or whatever else feels natural but assures people that you are in fact carrying on.If you don't have time to read the entire piece, skim the highlighted sections and don't miss chapter XIII which presents undeniable proof of cults made up of psychopaths bent on controlling our world.You will learn how they are able to keep all of this out of the eye of the public.I was stunned by the depth of the horror unleashed on the unwitting victims of this program, less than a decade removed from the post-WWII Nuremberg Trials which concluded that never again should scientists experiment on subjects without their willing consent.I was impressed that the Agency (CIA) deftly avoided any significant reform, even after multiple congressional inquiries into their illegal, unconstitutional activities which the disclosure of MK-ULTRA prompted, and was disturbed by the glaring lack of information regarding the program in the general public.
Also included in the Appendices are: Artifacts Checklist, Artifacts Possibilities; Rubrics to Use in a Portfolio Checkpoint System; Self-Assessment Sorting Exercise for Determining Values in Teaching; Transcript of a Sample Junior Checkpoint Conference.
It focuses on how to foster teachers' professional growth and use the portfolio to document that growth. Portsmouth: Heinemann Mc Laughlin, Maureen; Vogt, Mary Ellen (1996). Professional Portfolio Models: Reflections Across the Teaching Profession. Published by ASCD, it covers types of portfolios, the portfolio development process, the benefits of portfolios, and portfolio management. Ross Brewer and Bena Kallick, "Technology's Promise for Reporting Student Learning," presents a vision of how online digital portfolios can enhance communication as well as provide more information to parents and the public, who are increasingly interested in student achievement.
The two processes are closely intertwined: growth without documentation remains too private; documentation without growth is too trivial." (p.vii)This little book can be shrink-wrapped for free with a variety of Merrill textbooks in Teacher Education. One of the best books on elementary student portfolios. An excellent book on how this principal's school developed the portfolio process over more than a decade, with remarkable success. Becoming Reflective Students and Teachers with Portfolios and Authentic Assessment Washington, D. Porter, Carol & Cleland, Janell (1995) The Portfolio as a Learning Strategy. Written by two high school language arts teachers, this book is filled with many examples from their classrooms.
Dietz, Mary E.(2001) Designing the School Leader's Portfolio. Leading the Professional Portfolio Process for Change.
Arlington Heights: Skylight Professional Development Glatthorn, Allan (1996). Arlington Heights, IL: Skylight Professional Development Wyatt, Robert L.; Looper, Sandra (1999) So You Have to Have a Portfolio. Poutsmouth: Heinemann This book focuses on college level portfolios and specifically writing portfolios.
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