As those of you in NZ education will no doubt be aware, the upcoming dissolution of the NZ teachers council (as it is replaced by EDUCANZ as the new body) there is an renewed fervour to have evidence of your teaching practice AND professional practice. Not only must we pass our annual appraisals (which are actually quite useful learning opportunities), but a percentage of teachers will be required to provide a portfolio of evidence that they have met the RTC.
Consequently I am looking into ways of developing that portfolio of evidence in an ongoing, manageable way. Part of it will be linked to this blog which records part of my teaching as inquiry, my general research and reflections on PLD (professional learning development). I stumbled across this.