I guess it will be more like a pamphlet than a portfolio. I didn't major in education, so I've never done any student teaching or interning, but I've taught ("instructed") on many levels to all different age groups. I'm having difficulty finding things to put into a portfolio, but here's what I have so far: - teaching philosophy - "The First Week of School" plan of action (Student expectations, procedures, parent communication, behavior management plan) This part still needs a lot of work since I've never done these things formally before, but I thought it may be a good idea to show that I'm at least working on it. - Lesson Plan example. I'm having to re-create one from my old job, and we didn't really write formal lesson plans, but I can make it work. I've thought about including a few ppt slides from one of my chemistry seminar presentations in college...even though it's not relevant course material, I could use it to show how I arranged a lecture. Maybe? Any other ideas of what I could include in my pamphlet?