At the end of your program of study, this developmental portfolio will contain artifacts from the core courses of your program at Harding. These assessments have been chosen to demonstrate your knowledge skills and dispositions necessary to be an effective educator in the field. Assessments and the associate rubrics are tied to both national standards and Harding University's Cannon-Clary College of Education's conceptual framework. You should be able to see growth and development as you move through your program.
Access to Harding's Chalk and Wire website is only gained through registration of a course!
EDFD 200 for undergraduate level programs
EDT 600 for graduate level programs
You only need to register once at the undergraduate and once at the graduate level, NOT for each semester of coursework. For those of you in graduate programs, having EDT 600 on your transcript for one graduate program at Harding will fulfill the requirement should you pursue a second graduate degree from Harding.
EDFD 200 - CHALK AND WIRE (Undergraduate level)
EDT 600 - CHALK AND WIRE (Graduate level)
After the first week of the start of classes, you will be registered for the site and should receive an email to your Harding email account with your unique access information to log in and gain access. Instructions on how to set up your Table of Contents for your program and submitting your assignments are found below.
Please Note: The following files are all in PDF format.
Use these charts to see which programs & classes require Portfolio submissions:
Using Your Portfolio:
For all other assistance items, please log into your Chalk and Wire account and enter the Chalk and Wire Reference Portfolio (Training) that you created. Any changes to processes will be updated in this portfolio source. If you have not yet set up your Reference Portfolio, please use the First Time Use of Chalk and Wire document found above to create this valuable resource.