Reflective Practice and Developing a Peer Review Portfolio
Are you currently pursuing initial licensure or adding and endorsement through the Peer Review Alternative Certification Route? Perhaps you are working under a provisional license which expires June 2019 or Beyond?

This course supports and guides educators pursuing initial licensure or adding endorsements to their Vermont teaching license through the Peer Review Process.

Participants need to be in a school setting, for student teaching will not be arranged through this course. As part of this course, participants examine the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards (Vermont Core Teaching and Leadership Standards) and content endorsement standards and develop an electronic portfolio demonstrating their competency on each standard through the collection of artifacts and a written commentary that describes, analyzes and reflects on the evidence.

In order to qualify for Peer Review, participants should apply for Peer Review through the Vermont Agency of Education. A prerequisite for this are the testing requirements fulfilled for the certification being sought. For more information, visit the AOE Website:

This class will meet November 10th (9-3), January 12th (9-3), and March 9th (9-3) with some additional one-on-one online check-ins in between sessions to keep the process moving forward.

Vermont-NEA members taking this course will qualify for Vermont-NEA Scholarships to pay for the Peer Review Fee.

This class will be offered as a Noncredit or credit class through Castleton University.

Credit: $1800
Noncredit: $1425

If you have questions, please contact Juliette Longchamp at

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