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James Kershaw's E-Portfolio
Transcript of James Kershaw's E-Portfolio
more focus areas will be added here in the future
6.2 Engage in professional learning and improve practice
In the link below, I give a variety of examples of how I have engaged in professional learning to improve my teaching practice.
6.4 Apply professional learning and improve student learning
6.1 Identify and plan professional
An applied understanding of the
AITSL Teaching Standards
Engage in Professional Learning
6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice
This focus area states that graduate teachers must be able to demonstrate an understanding of the role of the National Professional Standards for Teachers in identifying professional learning needs. In the link below, I give a variety of examples on how I have reached this focus area.
Throughout my teaching history, I have been able to seek and apply constructive feedback from supervisors and teachers to improve teaching practices. The link below explains different I have engaged with colleagues to improve my teaching practices.
As I will be graduating university and growing from a student teacher to professional teacher, I understand the need for me to get as much exposure and experience in teaching as possible. I have made sure that I have participated in as many activities as I can to help build my knowledge of teaching in all aspects of school life. I have learnt so much from participating in these activities and have been able to apply these new understandings to my teaching. One example of when I applied professional learning to improve student learning was during my teaching rounds at Ringwood Secondary College. My supervising teacher suggested to me to incorporate introductory and closing procedures into my lessons. I observed his lessons where he used introductory and closing procedures and gave me ideas on how I could bring this in my classroom. I was able to incorporate these procedures into my lesson and I noticed that the students were more engaged in the classroom and their learning was improved. Below is a comment taken from my student teacher report from my supervising teacher at Ringwood Secondary College in my third year of university about how I brought introductory and closing procedures into my lessons.
My 2013 DUECon Timetable
My third year teaching rounds student teacher report
A picture of me running a hairspray event at a school fete