This handbook provides essential information on developing and using portfolios throughout the entire professional teaching career. Using actual examples, it shows learners how to correlate portfolio content at the beginning, experienced, and master teaching stages of their careers. It is constructed so that once readers understand the rationale and options for portfolio development, they can select the chapters that best suit their current situation. With step-by-step processes, non-technical language, and helpful tips, this book is a “must” for anyone who is preparing a portfolio. Chapter topics include the teacher assessment movement, portfolio development, reflections, the preservice teacher's portfolio, getting a job, portfolios for continuing licensure, portfolios for alternative evaluation, portfolios for master teachers, and electronic portfolios. For future and practicing teachers at all stages of their careers.