Peyri Hamada, M.A.

Electronic Teaching Portfolios

With the San Diego teaching job market more competitive than ever you need to find ways to elevate yourself above others in order to land the perfect job. Creating a unique web-based electronic teaching portfolio is your key to success. Take your web design skills to a new level and start marketing your "virtual" self.



This course is designed to be practical, interesting, empowering, thought-provoking, and hands-on. Although you probably won't have your electronic portfolio finished by the end of this class, you should have a good idea of what the finished project will look like and you'll be well on your way towards accomplishing your goals.


This course is intended for K-12 preservice and inservice teachers of all content areas and educational technology graduate students. Familiarity with basic web design and publishing is assumed.

Learning Outcomes

In this course you will learn how to

  • explain the different types of portfolios that exist
  • define what an electronic teaching portfolio is
  • describe the typical components of an electronic teaching portfolio
  • critique content and presentation of portfolios
  • describe the process for developing a digital teaching portfolio
  • design a web-based digital teaching portfolio that incorporates elements of good web design (CARP)



Course Outline

Session 1: December 3, 2005


Session 2: December 10, 2005

  • Incorporating elements of good design (CARP)
  • Uploading to
  • Work time
  • Peer review based on the rubric
  • Work time. Incorporate suggestions made during peer review.
  • Showcase

Fall 2005 Portfolios