CTEL Portfolio

CTEL Portfolio

Course Number: EDUC X426.9

1 units

The CTEL Portfolio course captures learnings and field experience from each of the courses and connects them together in a cohesive manner. Students will collaborate with instructors from each course on an individual basis to determine an appropriate field assignment based on academic and professional interests and to establish what types of materials should be included in the CTEL Portfolio. Although field assignments will differ between candidates, everyone must complete a CTEL Portfolio that documents their experiences, including organized reflections and evidence of knowledge, skills and abilities. The CTEL Portfolio runs concurrently with courses in the CLAD through CTEL program. instructors for each course will assist candidates in assembling the portfolio and reflections on learnings and field experiences, performing a portfolio check at the end of each course.

At the conclusion of the last course, candidates will present the contents of their portfolio, including what they have learned and how they intend to apply learnings in a culturally diverse and inclusive classroom/educational setting. In the context of this course, candidates will:

  • Collaborate with program instructors who will provide guidance and feedback in your work during the CTEL Portfolio.
  • Develop and deliver appropriate interventions based on findings from the pre assessment and affect changes based on formative (ongoing) assessments.
  • Report reflections and summative findings from experiences in the CLAD Through CTEL Program.
  • Submit a portfolio that documents your progress over the course of the Program that includes the appropriate forms and examples of student work and/or progress.

Available Sections

Starting Sep 15


Starting Sep 15

Course Fees



Christine Petzar [ bio ]

close [x] Christine Petzar, Ph.D., Educational Administration, UC Riverside. Ms. Petzar has 40 years of experience in teaching and educational administration, including teaching EFL abroad for five years. Her professional career has been focused around English Learners, teaching at the secondary level, as well as providing professional development for K-12 teachers and administrators. Dr. Petzar has also taught language development classes at the Graduate School of Education at UCR.


Sep 15 - Dec 14, 2018


Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

The last day to enroll for this section is Nov 23, 2018. This will allow students enough time to complete and submit the Portfolio by the course end-date (Dec 14, 2018). No late portfolios will be accepted.



No Textbook Required.


A valid Single or Multiple Subjects, Education Specialist, or Service Credential with special authorization.


Applicable Certificates

Available Sections


Section No.: 182ECF010

Dates: Sep 15 - Dec 14, 2018

Instructor: Christine Petzar

Textbook: No Textbook Required

Location: Online Course

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