Date(s) - Tuesday June 2
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Smith Hall, Room 104A
Are you hoping to showcase your teaching? Do you want to compile evidence of your teaching innovation and development? In this workshop, Koehler Center staff will guide you through a process of brainstorming, creation, and reflection, so you can develop a portfolio of work that truly reflects your teaching excellence.
What You’ll Bring:
Teaching documents, like syllabi, assignment sheets, rubrics, graded essays (with your comments on them) and eSPOT reports. Really, bring anything you think you might want to showcase in your portfolio. If you’ve previously drafted a statement of teaching philosophy, bring that along, too. If you don’t have a statement of teaching philosophy, that’s okay—we’ll work on drafting one together (or updating the existing one). You can bring these digitally or as hard-copies.
What You’ll Do:
We’ll work together to construct your portfolio and pair each document (or series of documents) with critical, purposeful reflection so you can demonstrate  your growth and professional development and  your record of teaching excellence. You’ll spend some time writing. You’ll spend some time giving and receiving peer feedback. And you’ll spend some time brainstorming a plan to continue your professional development as an educator.
We’ll meet together for three hours on Tuesday, June 2 to jump-start the portfolio-creation process. At the end of these three hours, you should have a substantive body of work and an action plan to collect or create the remaining pieces. You’ll then meet one-on-one with a Koehler Center faculty developer to review your final product.