June 15, 2014
June 15, 2014
June 18, 2014
New Engineering Educators
24.1003.1 - 24.1003.6
Preparing Your Teaching PortfolioThis highly interactive panel session will share best practices in crafting a teaching portfolio foruse in promotion/tenure evaluations. Specifically, this session will help participants identify keyaspects of their personal ‘teaching story’ (Why do they teach? How did they come to teach whatthey are, where they are?); express their philosophy of teaching; articulate claims about theirteaching goals, methods and results; and select and display evidence to substantiate their claims.Participants will leave this session with a written outline of critical aspects of their teaching storyand philosophy, with a self-generated list of types of evidence that are most important to theirpersonal portfolios, and with handouts for future use, containing reflective prompts and potentialsources of evidence to generate support claims about teaching.This session will be based largely on P. Seldin’s ‘The Teaching Portfolio: A Practical Guide toImproved Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions.’ The primary presenter has earnedpromotion/tenure at a large research university and also at a small teaching-focused institution,served as the founding director of a school-wide center for teaching and learning, has assistedmany faculty in preparing their professional portfolios, and regularly gives workshops on topicssuch as this.
Dee, K. C., & Livesay, G. A., & Williams, J. M. (2014, June), Preparing Your Teaching Portfolio Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana. https://peer.asee.org/22936
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