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Electronic course portfolios and scholarship of teaching

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Presented at the EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference in February 2009

Presented at the EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference in February 2009

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  • 1. Electronic Course Portfolios as a Tool to Support the Scholarship of Teaching Bridgett Piernik-Yoder, PhD UT Health Science Center at San Antonio February 24, 2009
  • 2. Scholarship of Teaching• Requires active and deliberate exploration of the teaching process1,2,3• Supports exploration of student learning• Invites peer review• Addresses standards of scholarship 1 – Clear goals – Appropriate Methods – Reflective Critique
  • 3. Portfolios and Scholarship of Teaching• Means to demonstrate standards of scholarship of teaching4,5• Facilitates documentation of teaching process• Course materials and products are presented• Formats may vary
  • 4. Benefits of an Electronic Format• Dynamic and flexible approach• Ability to include digital media• Readily modified and updated• Facilitates review and sharing
  • 5. Possible Portfolio Contents• Course development process• Learning goals and activities• Course materials such as syllabus, handouts, and assignments• Evidence of student learning• Student reflection and feedback• Course changes and improvements
  • 6. Challenges from the Faculty Member’s Perspective• Development of the portfolio – Deciding what to include or exclude – Confidentiality of student information – Time requirements – Continuation• Technical issues – Format – Hosting
  • 7. Conclusions• Electronic course portfolios support the scholarship of teaching• Development requires reflection of teaching practices• Electronic format is flexible and adaptable• Facilitates sharing of teaching practices• Faculty members will benefit from support from IT professionals
  • 8. References1. Glassick, C., Huber, M., & Maeroff, G. (1997). Scholarship assessed: Evaluation of the professorate. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.2. Fincher, R., Simpson, D., Mennin, S., Rosenfeld, G., Rothman, A., McGrew, M., Hansen, P., Mazmanian, P., & Turnball, J. (2000). Scholarship in teaching: An imperative for the 21st century. Academic Medicine, 75(9), 887 – 894.3. Hutchings, P. & Schulman, L. (1999). The Scholarship of teaching: New elaborations and new developments. Change, 31(5), 11 – 15.4. Seldin, P. (2004). The Teaching Portfolio. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass.5. Seldin, P. & Miller, J. (2009). The academic portfolio: A practical guide to documenting teaching, research, and service. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass.

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