This workshop, the third in a series or stand-alone, brings elements of effective teaching together so faculty can organize evidence of their teaching, analyze their effectiveness, and create their teaching narrative. Participants will identify themes in their teaching feedback from themselves, peers, and students, and connect it to their teaching philosophy statement. Facilitated by Cindy Haynes (CELT Faculty Fellow) and Paul Hengesteg (CELT Assessment Coordinator) this workshop is intended to be a true “work” shop, so bring (or have access to) your documentation/evidence of teaching and a laptop. CELT will provide lunch!
Learning Goal & Objectives
In this workshop series, participants assemble a teaching portfolio, usable in promotion and tenure, awards, and annual reviews. In this session, they will:
1. Identify components of a holistic picture of teaching
2. Collect and document teaching evidence from self, peers, and students
3. Analyze teaching evidence for themes, compare with teaching statement
4. Draft their teaching narrative
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