Teaching Portfolio Outline

Teaching Portfolio Outline

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Current and full curriculum vita (CV)
  3. Teaching Philosophy (one page only)
  4. Narrative (up to eight pages only)
  5. Appendices (clearly labeled sections of supporting materials)

Table of Contents

  1. Curriculum vita
  2. Teaching philosophy
  3. Narrative
    1. Introduction and brief re-iteration of teaching philosophy (What is Learning?)
    2. Teaching Goals
    3. Syllabus Construction
    4. Assessment Feedback
    5. Instructional Methodologies
    6. Interacting with Individual Students
    7. Ethics and Conduct
    8. Classroom Atmosphere and Diversity
    9. Collaborative Learning and Group Work
    10. Inquiry Learning
    11. Concluding Paragraph
  4. Appendices
    1. Examples of Teaching Philosophy Development
    2. Teaching goals Inventories
    3. Examples of syllabi and handouts
    4. Examples and handouts of assessment methods and feedback
    5. Examples of instructional methods
    6. Handouts on Student issues
    7. Ethics and conduct materials
    8. Classroom atmosphere and diversity materials
    9. Collaborative Learning and Group work examples and handouts
    10. Inquiry and Problem based learning materials
    11. Other relevant materials
 

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Thomas M. Dolan
College of Sciences Thomas M.   Dolan Effective teaching starts, but does not end, in the classroom because student success does not end in the classroom. In addition to clearly communicating contemporary scholarship about international relations to my students, I try to engage them in the logic of discovery, improve their writing and analytical s...

Mostafa Bassiouni
College of Engineering and Computer Science Mostafa    Bassiouni I have a strong passion for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science and information technology. For undergraduate courses, I emphasize providing students with a good understanding of current techniques, improving their problem-solving capability, enhancing their basic computer skills, and...

Kenneth White
College of Business Administration Kenneth  White Formal education is highly correlated to national productivity and individual accomplishments. The skills that students develop help a nation’s productivity while at the same time reward individuals for their commitment to excellence. Teaching is, I believe, one of the most important endeavors taking pla...