The "Developing a Reflective Teaching Portfolio" short course will be offered again this Fall, 2014, for faculty, sessional lecturers, instructors, staff and graduate student teachers.
The focus of this short course is on developing a reflective teaching portfolio. This type of portfolio is intended to foster reflection on teaching experiences to improve learning. Reflective portfolios are useful formative tools to document, assess, and improve one's teaching practice on an ongoing basis. In contrast, professional portfolios are often required by academic hiring committees or when applying for teaching awards, promotion, or tenure. For tenure track faculty, the reflective portfolio is an excellent foundation for building a case file.
- Developing Your Teaching Philosophy and Approach (Oct.8, 2014, 1:30-4:00PM)
- Supporting Your Teaching Philosophy and Approach with Evidence (November 5, 2014, 1:30-4:00PM)
- Assessing Your Teaching and Reflecting on Practice (November 26, 2014, 1:30-4:00PM)
Please note that you will be required to complete writing and/or reflective activities prior to each workshop. Participants must register for all workshops and complete corresponding activities in order to receive a letter of completion documenting their professional development in this area.
For more information about this course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.