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Transcript of Teaching Portfolio
email@example.com, 862-4269 Introduction What is Teaching Portfolio Functionally Reflective account of professional development in teaching.
Faculty initiated, faculty owned.
Provides context for data.
Living document. Structurally Two part document.
Part 1 - narrative statement of teaching philosophy.
Part 2 - appendices containing artifacts of teaching that support narrative statement. Why do a
teaching portfolio? There are a number of reasons to
do a teaching portfolio How do you do a
teaching portfolio? Beginning work Teaching Portfolio Reflection
Process Guide Lists the five major topics addressed in teaching portfolios.
Provides a list of reflection cues to assist your reflection about what needs to be included in your portfolio.
Suggests teaching artifacts that will support your narrative statement. Getting Starting Activity Teaching Portfolio
Challenges Mentored teaching portfolios
are better documents FAQs Additional information and example?
(CTEal and Faculty Focus)
"Negative" evaluation data?
Sample student work?
Paper or electronic?