Hasenkampf, Clare .
Teaching Philosophy and Teaching Portfolios - Creating and Using One.
Teaching Philosophies and/or Portfolios are an increasingly common requirement for job applications and promotions. A well focused Teaching Philosophy and accompanying Portfolio also can help us more efficiently and effectively teach, and improve our teaching practice.
This workshop will unpack the nature and requirements of a teaching philosophy and portfolio. The first part will consist of a two hour session that is a mixture of seminar-style information delivery and active learning activities. The learning objectives are:
-Explore what a teaching philosophy and portfolio are -Become motivated to develop them -Learn about resources to help in creating yours
Attendees are welcome to bring drafts of their portfolios. After a brief break when Part I concludes, we will break into groups to give feedback to those who have brought drafts of their portfolios or who are willing to start the process of creating a Teaching Philosophy.
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1 - University of Toronto Scarborough, Department of Biological Sciences and Centre for Teaching and Learning, 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, Ontario, M1C 1A4, Canada
Presentation Type: Workshop
Location: Wasatch B/Cliff Lodge - Level C
Date: Sunday, July 26th, 2009
Time: 1:00 PM