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In section three of this portfolio, you were able to read through the artifacts that I have

created during my time here at Medaille College. These artifacts highlighted my best

professional work. I believe that each of these artifacts showcases my ability to become an

effective and proficient teacher in today’s classroom setting. The artifacts have prepared me with

vast amount of material that can be used and applied with classrooms I will work in and at

various grade levels. The artifacts presented align with the curricular and professional standards

that must be met by educators in the field of teaching.

In section four of this portfolio project, the curriculum and professional standards that I

followed through creating my artifacts and the standards that I will follow as an educator will be

outlined in a chart. This chart will emphasize my ability to follow many outlined professional

standards for New York State and the province of Ontario as well as curriculum based in both.

Curriculum standards are set to ensure that students are accurately learning what is intended to

learn and be successful throughout their academic careers. Professional standards are set forth for

educators to follow to ensure that they are meeting the curricular needs of students along with

following code of ethics and various professional standards within the profession. These

curriculum and professional standards are extremely important for educators because it holds

them accountable for what is being learned and taught to the students and to themselves as

teachers. Being aware of these standards prepares teachers for the field and I believe that by

creating these artifacts and being familiar with the standards, will make us all effective and ready


Alignment to the Curriculum and Professional Standards Chart

Below, you will find a chart outlining the curriculum and professional standards that

educators need to follow when teaching. These professional standards align and connect with the

artifacts presented within this portfolio assignment. These artifacts were created according to the

standards that are laid out for educators in New York and Ontario. This chart will provide you

with a quick glance of the curriculum and professional standards highlighted within the artifacts

from section three of this portfolio project.

Artifact INTASC NYS Code NYS P-12 NYS DOE ISTE ILA CEC Ontario Ontario Teacher
Title Standards of Ethics Common Learning Claims & Standard Internationa Standards Curriculum Ethical Standards
Standards Core Standards CAEP s for l Literacy Standards
for Learning Standards Teachers Association
Educators Standards and/or Professional
Students Standards

Artifact Professional Principle 5: N/A N/A Claim 1: N/A N/A Principle 7: N/A Ethical Standard
#1: DASA Responsibili Build trust Subject Protecting of Trust
ty: Standard with Matter and
#9: parents and Supporting
Professional communiti Claim 2:
Learning es Pedagogy & Principle 8:
and Ethical Best No
Practice Teaching tolerance
Practices for harm of
Claim 3:

Standard 1.1

Artifact Professional Principle 5: N/A N/A Claim 3: N/A N/A Principle 5: N/A Ethical Standard
#2: Responsibilit Build trust Caring Developing of Trust
Literacy y: Standard with Educators mutual
Parent #10: parents and respectful
Newsletter Leadership communiti CAEP relationship
& es Standard 1.1 with
Collaboration families

Artifact Content: Principle 2: Number & Standard # Claim 1: N/A Standard 2: Principle 3: Quantity Ethical Standard
#3: Math Standard #4: Promote Operations- 3: Subject Curriculum Meaningful Relationships of Care
Learning Content student Fractions Mathemati Matter Instruction and (grade 3):
Segments Knowledge learning 3.NF.A.1 cs inclusive divide whole
Understand CAEP participation objects and
a fraction Standard sets
1.3, 1.4 Quantity
3.NF.3.D Relationships
Compare (grade 4):
two compare and
fractions order
Equivalent Quantity
fractions Relationships
(grade 4):

Artifact Content: Principle 2: Reading ELA Claim 2: Standard Standard 2: Principle 3: Reading for Ethical Standard
#4: Standard 4: Promote for Standard # Pedagogy & 7: Curriculum Meaningful Meaning: of Care
Literacy Content Student Literature 1&2 Best Analyst: Instruction and Analyzing
Lesson Knowledge Learning RL.3.3: Teaching understan inclusive Texts 1.7:
Plan Describe Practices d and use Standard 3: participatio identify
characters data to Assessment n specific
in a story Claim 3: drive & elements of
and explain Caring instruction Evaluation texts and
how their Educators and explain how
actions support Standard 4: they
contribute CAEP students in Diversity contribute to
to sequence Standard achieving meaning of
of events 1.3, 1.4 learning texts
Artifact Learner & Principle 2: Measureme Standard Claim 1: N/A N/A Principle 3: Data Ethical Standard
#5: Math Learning: Promote nt & Data: #1: Subject Meaningful Relationships of Care
and Standard 1: Student 2.MD.D.10 Analysis, Matter and : Read
Science Learner Learning : Draw a Inquiry, & inclusive primary data
Planning Developme picture and Design Claim 2: participatio present in
Documents nt a bar graph Pedagogy & n concrete
to represent Standard Best graphs,
Instructional a data set #3: Math Teaching Principle 6: pictographs,
Practice: with up to Practices Using line plots,
Standard 7: four Standard evidence, simple bar
Planning for categories #4: Claim 3: instructiona graphs, and
Instruction Science Caring l data, other graphic
Matter and Educators research, organizers
its and and describe
Interactions CAEP professiona the data
: 2-PS1-1: Standard l using
Plan and 1.3, 1.4 knowledge mathematical
conduct an to inform language
investigatio practice
n to Developing
describe Investigation
and and
classify Communicati
different on Skills 2.3:
kinds of Investigate,
materials through
by experimentat
observable ion,
properties interactions
that occur as
a result of
liquids and

Artifact Learner & Principle 4: N/A N/A Claim 2: Teacher N/A Principle N/A Ethical Standard
#6: Pecha Learning: Collaborati Pedagogy Standard # 10: of Care
Kucha Standard #2: on with and Best 2: Leader: Advocating
Presentatio Learning professiona Teaching supporting for
n Differences ls Practices and professiona
empoweri l conditions
Claim 3: ng and
Caring students resources


Artifact Learner & Principle 2: Reading Standard Claim 1: Teacher Standard # Principle 3: Reading: Ethical Standard
#7: Learning: Promote for #1: ELA Subject Standard# 2: Meaningful Developing of Care
Technology Standard # Student Literature: Matter 5: Curriculum and and
Student 1: Learner Learning RL.3.1: Standard Designer: Instruction Inclusive Organizing
Presentati Development Ask and #5: Claim 2: authentic, participatio content:
on answer Technolog Pedagogy & learner n Developing
Assignment questions y Best driven Ideas 1.2:
and to Teaching activities Generate
Rubric demonstrat Practices ideas about a
e potential
understandi Claim 3: topic, using
ng of a text Caring variety of
Educators strategies

Standard 1.4
Artifact Learner & Principle 2: N/A N/A Claim 2: N/A N/A Principle 3: N/A Ethical Standards
#8: Learning: Promote Pedagogy & Meaningful of Care and
Classroom Standard #3: Student Best and Respect
Manageme Learning Learning Teaching Inclusive
nt Tools Environmen Practices participatio
t n
CAEP 1.1
Artifact Learner & Principle 1: Reading ELA Claim 1: N/A Standard Principle 3: Reading: Ethical Standard
#9: Learning: Nurturing For Standard # Subject #2: Meaningful Demonstrating of Care
Cultural Standard #2: intellectual, Literature: 1&2 Matter Curriculum and Understandin
Awareness Learning physical, RL.2.2: Instruction Inclusive g 1.4:
, Differences emotional, Recount Claim 2: participatio demonstrate
Responsive social, and stories to Pedagogy & Standard n understandin
Teaching civic determine Best #4: g of a text by
and potential of central Teaching Diversity retelling the
Learning each message, Practices story or
Experience student lesson, or restating
moral Claim 3: information
Caring from the text
RL.1.9.: Educators
Compare Extending
and CAEP Understandin
contrast Standards g 1.6: extend
adventures 1.1,1.4 understandin
and g of texts by
experiences connecting
of the ideas in
characters them to their
in stories own
Artifact Learner & Principle 2: Reading- Standard Claim 1: N/A Standard Principle 3: Reading with Ethical Standards
#10: Learning: Promote Foundation #4: Subject #2: Meaningful Fluency: of Care and Trust
Emergent Standard 1: Student al Skills: Language Matter Curriculum and Reading
Literacy Learner Learning RF. 1.3: for Social Instruction Inclusive Familiar
Assessmen Developme Know and Interaction Claim 2: participatio Words 1.3:
t nt apply grade Pedagogy & n read and
level Best understand
phonics Teaching some high-
and word Practices frequency
analysis words and
skills in Claim 3: words of
decoding Caring personal
words Educators interest or
CAEP in a variety
Standard of reading
1.3,1.4 contexts

Section four of this portfolio project provided a brief glance at the curriculum and

professional standards that I will, as an educator, need to follow when I enter the classroom

setting. I am very proud of the artifacts that I have included in this professional portfolio as they

highlight my best work throughout my time here at Medaille College. I have researched and

learned the many standards that are needed to be followed for my students and for myself

professionally. Section four showcased my ability to find appropriate standards that met the

requirements of the artifacts included in the portfolio. Through research, I learned of the various

professional standards such as code of ethics for New York and Ontario among so many others

that are applicable to the field of education. I feel as though by having created the artifacts, they

have allowed me to be more familiar and aware of curriculum in general and my professional

responsibilities that I will need to uphold as an educator.

In section five of this professional portfolio, you will be presented with my personal

reflection. In this reflection, I will reflect on my experiences, observations, and lessons that I

have learned and of my readiness to become a teacher in this ever changing world of education. I

hope you enjoyed reading this section.