Register for Your ProTeach Portfolio Account
The ProTeach Portfolio is an evidence-based assessment designed for teachers seeking the Washington professional certificate. Teachers who hold a residency certificate must meet the passing score set on the ProTeach Portfolio in order to earn their professional certificate.
For ProTeach Portfolio purposes, “student" is defined as P-12 students and does NOT include adults/teachers.
Your ProTeach Portfolio account is your gateway to your own private, secure website where you will build and submit your portfolio online.
To register, you will need your Washington residency certificate number and a method of online payment (e.g., credit card, e-check).
Notice: My Portfolio tab has Prescreen & Submit. Prescreen your entries often while building and before submitting. As a safety, Submit Entries button on page-bottom hides until each entry: has a response for every textbox (type text or mark intentionally empty); is within character limit; and has at least 1 countable linked artifact (unless all marked empty). Prescreen looks at mechanics of View Entry vs. those bare minimums and some concern areas that may lead to nonscorable (NS) criterion. NS requires entry resubmission. Always self-verify in View Entry.
If you hold a valid Washington residency certificate, have taught for a minimum of 2 years and have accumulated at least 1.5 FTE, register now to
create your ProTeach Portfolio account.
Routinely check the ProTeach Portfolio website for the latest information.
Keep your e-mail address updated to get notifications and retain account access.
Student is a P-12 learner (not an adult, not a teacher).
check each entry’s View Entry. Scorers rely on View Entry.
From View Entry:
[_] Does each artifact open via a link?
[_] Does all text display? and
[_] Is no textbox empty unless marked intentional?
Submit EARLY. Submit at least 3 full week days before hard-stop deadline to allow time for help with last steps.
Call for Scorers – After passing, become a scorer to receive training, expertise, clock hours, and income.