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Part Two
Portfolio Outline | Part One
Preliminary Entry
Aspiring Professional
Emergent Professional
Licensure Endoresment
At the Preliminary Entry level, your portfolio should demonstrate that you have the basic academic performance capabilities as
measured by your cumulative grade point average, an appropriate conduct and competency report as measured by your notarized self report on the WDPI Conduct and Competency questionnaire, the guiding documents for your program, and a rated Reflective Paper.
At the Aspiring Professional transition level, your portfolio should demonstrate that you have been approved for Preliminary Entry, have an appropriate conduct and competency report as measured by your notarized self report on the WDPI Conduct and Competency questionnaire, have the academic performance capabilities in several areas related to your preparation program as measured by passing scores on PRAXIS I and your cumulative grade point average in Communication Skills, General Education, Content Knowledge, and Teacher Education. You should have satisfactory endorsements at the initial evel in human relations, professional dispositions, and practicum and have a rated Reflective Paper.
At the Emergent Professional transition level, your portfolio should demonstrate that you have been approved for the Aspiring Professional transition, have an appropriate conduct and competency report as measured by your notarized self report on the WDPI Conduct and Competency questionnaire, have the academic performance capabilities in several areas related to your preparation program as measured by passing scores on PRAXIS II and your cumulative grade point average in Communication Skills, General Education, Content Knowledge, and Teacher Education. You should have initial content endorsements from your major department, have satisfactory endorsements at the intermediate level in human relations, professional dispositions, and practicum and have a rate Reflective Paper.
At the Licensure Endorsement level, your portfolio should demonstrate that you have been approved for the Emergent Professional transition, have an advanced content endorsement from your major department, have satisfactory endorsements at the advanced level in human relations, professional dispositions, and practicum, have a legislative requirements endorsement, have a final student teaching evaluation from both your college supervisor and your cooperating teacher, have a rated Initial Educator Statement with your self-assessment, and have a rated
partnership portfolio review.

This part of your portfolio should provide evidence of your accomplishments in relationship to each of the ten Wisconsin Teacher Standards and accompanying knowledge, skills, and dispositions for each standard.

Whatever artifacts or other evidence you present should be examples of your own productions and accomplishments which have attached to each artifact an appropriate Portfolio Artifact Evaluation sheet. These artifact evaluation records may be gathered in an appendix of your portfolio and referenced as necessary in the appropriate sections of the standards. These references and materials will likely change as you progress through the program. At every stage, they should represent your best work at that stage. The
portfolio will not contain everything you have produced, just those things that best represent what you know and are able to do.