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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Teaching Portfolio : Teaching Portfolio Teaching Portfolio : Teaching Portfolio “ It’s a collection of materials documenting your strenghts and accomplishments as a teacher” - Seldin “is a comprehensive record of teaching activities and accomplishments drawn up by the Teacher” What is a Teaching Portfolio? : What is a Teaching Portfolio? Description of your major teaching strengths and teaching achievements in a variety of settings - Presents selected information on teaching activities and evidence of teaching effectiveness Documentation in context - A compilation of documents and materials that reflect the teaching performance of an instructor The spread of teaching portfolio : The spread of teaching portfolio Developed in Canada in the early 70s Initiated by the Canadian Association of University Teachers In UK and Denmark it is used more as an officiel documentation of teaching-qualifications Purpose of the Teaching Portfolio : Purpose of the Teaching Portfolio Self-reflection and improvement Documentation of how teaching has evolved Seek teaching awards or grants Decision-making (promotion, post-tenure review, etc.) Teaching Portfolio- Teacher : Teaching Portfolio- Teacher Develop your identity as a teacher Demonstrates your skills and abilities to a wider audience Mechanism and space for reflecting upon your teaching Teaching Portfolio- Student : Teaching Portfolio- Student Helps to assess student learning gives the student the possibility to assess his Goals Outcomes learning strategies Contents of Teaching Portfolio : Contents of Teaching Portfolio Statement of Teaching Philosophy Statement of Teaching Responsibilities Description of Teaching Methods Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness Statement of Teaching Philosophy : Statement of Teaching Philosophy Belief about learning your objectives as an Teacher Why is teaching important to you? Statement of Teaching Responsibilities : Statement of Teaching Responsibilities goals for student’s learning methods you use to achieve these goals methods you use to assess it Description of Teaching Methods : Description of Teaching Methods Sample description /techniques used in class The teaching methods I employ in a given course depend greatly on the type of course being taught. For example, in the large group we teach using a standard lecture format. This is necessitated by the large size of the class. However, in small I use a project-based approach Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness : Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness Student ratings-Feedback Peer evaluations of teaching. Evaluations by department chair List of peer-reviewed publications, presentations, grants, etc. Invitations to serve peer-review panels Teaching recognition and awards What Else Belongs in the Portfolio? : What Else Belongs in the Portfolio? Cover letter Curriculum Vitae Core competencies List of Teaching goals Explanation of course design and syllabus Summary of teaching responsibilities Teaching Improvement Activities Service activities related to teaching Scholarly products on teaching and learning Samples of learning outcomes assessment instruments Instructional Innovations Summary of other responsibilities Appendices: What Else Belongs in the Portfolio? : What Else Belongs in the Portfolio? Cover letter Curriculum Vitae Core competencies Summary of other responsibilities Appendices: Selected assignments (Golden oments/disasters) Student evaluations (table format) Teaching evaluations (table format) Steps to Creating a Teaching Portfolio : Steps to Creating a Teaching Portfolio Determine sections to be included Write narrative for sections Arrange sections Review and edit complete document Compile supporting data for appendices Make Your Portfolio Reflective Creating a Teaching Portfolio : Creating a Teaching Portfolio Be selective Be realistic Expandable Manageable Reader friendly Organized Making Your Portfolio Reflective : Making Your Portfolio Reflective Reflection is a process of reviewing an experience in order to describe, analyse, evaluate about practice. . Reflections : Why? : Reflections : Why? Helps you improve as a Teacher Helps you solve problems and understand challenging situations Helps you to Communicate to others about what kind of teacher you are Summary - Teaching portfolio : Summary - Teaching portfolio Portfolios - A ’tool’ for Initiating, supporting and structuring learning and competence development Documenting the development of personal teaching New understandings of teaching and learning A new way to present ones abilities, products and development as a professional A positive angle : A positive angle Portfolios bring into focus the strength of each teacher. Demonstrate what the teacher is able to Demonstrate what can be improved. Principles in portfolio Collect Select Reflect The new role of teacher : The new role of teacher Teach Facilitate for learning Guide more than before Be a leader of class Have competence in different methods and strategies Competence to operate in a new learning environment. 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