Developing Your Teaching Portfolio
A key to efficiently becoming an expert teacher is to have a reflective teaching practice. A Teaching Portfolio can assist in developing a reflective teaching practice and is a significant component of tenure, promotion and teaching award files. This workshop will consider the purpose of a portfolio and the process of creating one. The workshop is open to faculty at all levels of career, but is focused toward the creation of Teaching Portfolios used as part of a Teaching Dossier for tenure and/or promotion decisions. The earlier you start, the easier it is.
This event has two parts:
a) The first 30 minutes of this session will be for faculty who have already attended a workshop or read materials on creating a portfolio and who have specific questions.
b) Interactive presentation on the principles of creating a teaching portfolio.
· You will have an opportunity to ask questions about your current challenges in creating a teaching portfolio.
· You will understand the difference between the teaching philosophy, teaching narrative section, appendices and archive of teaching evidence, and how this fits into the larger document, the Teaching Dossier.
· You will understand how the above are assembled into a compelling portrait of your teaching.
· You will feel empowered to start/continue to assemble your teaching portfolio.
Presented by: Professor Clare Hasenkampf, Associate Dean and Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning, and 3M National Teaching Fellow