Creating a Teaching Portfolio

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Creating a Teaching Portfolio

  1. 1. Workshop onDeveloping e-PortfolioTeachingPortfolio MOHAN Joseph BernardDivision of BusinessJune 28, 2013
  2. 2. Getting Started
  3. 3. Getting Started
  4. 4. Outline
  5. 5. 
Teaching PhilosophyWhat?WorldViewTheist Pantheist Atheist
  6. 6. 
Teaching Philosophy• How I my role as Teacher?• Therefore, how I view Learners?• Hence, how I design…teach…assess…foster learning• Key Q: Do my activities fit myteaching philosophy?
  7. 7. REFLECTIVECRITICAL SELF APPRAISAL?????WRITE IN FIRSTPERSON
  8. 8. Outline
  9. 9. Gathering Artifacts• What ?• Select evidences to showcase • Multiple sources(triangulation)
  10. 10. Evidences• Teaching evaluations, student comments• Video of lecture/tutorial session • Assessment samples• Currency of course materials• Course planning • Steps to improve teaching• Innovations in teaching• Use of technology
  11. 11. Evidences• Course evaluations• External examiners comments• Class room observation by peers• Workshops, seminars offered &attended• Conference papers & publications• Awards
  12. 12. Outline
  13. 13. Linking Evidences• Hence, give readers the “context”• Select & organize materials around it• Support your point with “evidences” • Articulate to show thinking behind theevidence
  14. 14. Outline
  15. 15. Pitfalls to Avoid
  16. 16. Outline
  17. 17. Be A Gimper - Give some orderImportanceofResponsibilitiesChronologicallyCategoriesofTeaching
  18. 18. Be A Gimper• If describing your “teaching methods”• Show the linkage between whatyou are describing in this section & • how it relates to your TeachingPhilosophy
  19. 19. Outline
  20. 20. Write your MASTERPIECEQuality NOT QuantitySeek comments from PeersSketch an OutlineFine tune & Write up
  21. 21. 3 QUESTIONS Did I select, organize & presentdata in a manner that bringsthe most compelling evidenceinto the focus of my readers?
  22. 22. 3 QUESTIONS Does each piece of evidencesupport a point I made aboutmy teaching?Does my portfolio give readersa sense of who I am as aTeacher?
  23. 23. YES!
  24. 24. Celebrate!!!Celebrate!!!Celebrate!!!

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