Here is a comprehensive, step-by-step approach for teaching school leader candidates and school leaders alike to develop a standards-based digital portfolio. The book and accompanying web sites provide three different templates and sample portfolios to choose from. In-depth instructions for the creation of a digital portfolio using TaskStream, LiveText, or PowerPoint are included. In addition, the book includes self-assessments aligned with the ISLLC 2008 standards and with the NETS-A 2009 standards and a technology self-assessment inventory-all of which can be used both for planning and for evaluation purposes. The authors provide a wide array of suggested activities, worksheets, and rubrics and address the use of technology by school administrators and the development and use of the digital portfolio in the curriculum.
Gregory M. Hauser is associate professor and chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Organizational Change at Roosevelt University. Dennis Koutouzos is currently with Roosevelt University College of Education, where he serves as assistant to the dean. Koutouzos also serves on the Board of Examiners for the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Technology and School Leaders Chapter 4 History and Development of the Standards-Based Digital School Leader Portfolio Chapter 5 The Development of the Standards-Based Digital School Leader Portfolio Chapter 6 Digital Format Options Chapter 7 The PowerPoint Option Chapter 8 The TaskStream Option Chapter 9 The LiveText Option Chapter 10 Evaluation of the Standards-Based Digital School Leader Portfolio