EDUCATIONAL GUIDETEACHERS PROFESSIONAL FORUM

NTC Send Strong Warning ⚠ To Teachers To Complete Their Portfolio By The End Of This Date

The National Teaching Council (NTC) is expecting all teachers to complete their portfolio by the close of day Thursday 1st December, 2022  before it is submitted for annual review for the 2021/2022 academic year.

Pre-tertiary teachers, both in classroom and admission are to log on to their teacher portals(NTC PORTAL) to upload evidence of the following:

  1. Teaching Philosophy
  2. Scheme of learning

– Alignment of core competencies

– Alignment of indicators to the curricular indicators

  1. Learning Plans (15 lessons per term)
  2. Evidence of work

– summarized weekly monitoring tool for 3 years

– sample learners exercises you have marked and graded

  1. Reflective Practices
  2. Problem identification strategies and intervention Process (Action research)
  3. Evidence of professional development

– Write up on collaborations

– Records of training attended

– Use of technology

– Recommendations for training

– A report on core competences

  1. Participating in co-curricula Activities
  2. Evidence of participation in school based activities.

– Minutes of Formal Meeting attended

– Evidence of in-service Training workshops CPD

– Report on core competencies from the mentor

– Mentor Comments

– Head Teachers recommendations.

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  • HOW IS TEACHING PORTFOLIO DEVELOPED?

  • To develop an effective teaching portfolio, you need to do the following:
  • First Clarify your teaching responsibilities.
  • Then Reflect on your teaching goals, philosophy and style. Consider using the three domains teaching
  • Afterwards Organize the content to support your purpose and the evaluators’ guidelines or needs.
  • Then Write your statement of philosophy.
  • Then  Gather your evidence.
  • Then Select and add your best evidence, connecting it to your statement of philosophy. You want to provide enough evidence to support your claim of excellent work done.
  • Afterwards Show your draft of the content to a colleague or instructional developer to solicit for ways of improvement.
  • Finally Submit your portfolio to your assigned assessor and upload the same on the teachers’ portal for assessment/ validation.

 

  1. Primary and JHS Teachers must attend both supply (minimum of 27 ) and demand driven CPD activities.
  • 2. You must also embark on self-initiative activities such as writing of a book chapter, conducting action research, attending conference marking etc. The details are in the CPD framework on the NTC website (tpg.ntc.gov.gh).

 

  • BUILD PORTFOLIOS

  • You show evidence of professionalism in your practice. This evidence can be in hard copies such as pictures and write-ups or electronic versions such as videos or attached files, the Teacher Training Log book can also serve as evidence. Details of portfolio content is found on pages 34-35 of NTS and in the portfolio guidelines uploaded on NTC website
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  • RENEWING LICENSE

  • All in-service teachers will be issued with a professional license without sitting for an examination.
  • The NTC license will be renewed every three years on condition that the teacher has:
  1. lived within the confines of the code of ethics and professional standards.
  • 2. Met the required CPD points at the current rank within the 3year TCPD cycle
  • 3. Passed the portfolio assessment

 

  • BUILDING THE PORTFOLIO

  • You must present a documented evidence of teaching responsibilities, philosophy, goals and accomplishments of a teacher.
    • A personal record drawn up and compiled by the teacher based on defined institutional guidelines.
    • A structured means of reflection on one’s work, a process of self-evaluation and goal setting.
    • An approach to teaching enhancement whereby a teacher can gauge successes, opportunities for improvement, and means for his/her fulfilment.
    • In short, creating a portfolio involves reflection, collection, selection, and connection.

 

  1. A Teaching Philosophy
  2. A Scheme of Learning
  3. Your Learning Plan (Lesson Plan)
  4. A Report from Head of institution confirming that you taught for not
    less than 10 hours in a term (90 hours) for TCPD cycle
  5. A Reflective log/journal
  6. Your Teacher Training Logbook
  7. An Action research conducted by you
  8. A Write up on assessment methods used with justification
  9. Your Copies of learners activities
  10. Your Photos / videos on lessons
  11. Your Reports on co-curricular activities
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BRIGHT FRANCIS

BRIGHT FRANCIS ADOM is an ICT teacher at Ghana Education Service, Entrepreneur, Hard Working and I believe in giving out Accurate information to help others

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