A teaching portfolio is a cohesive collection of documents that communicates your philosophy of teaching, summarizes your teaching activity, provides evidence of your effectiveness, highlights student mentorship, and demonstrates a commitment to professional development. Learn more about teaching portfolios.
Teaching Portfolio Workshops for Faculty
Join colleagues, TLTC, and Faculty Affairs for interactive workshops on how to document and present your teaching contribution, student impact, and mentorship in your teaching portfolio (now required in the appointment, promotion, and tenure process). Bring your questions and a laptop to test out some templates we made. View upcoming workshops and RSVP here.
Teaching Portfolio Retreats for Graduate Students
If you plan to teach at the university level, you will need a teaching philosophy statement and a teaching portfolio. Join members of the TLTC staff and fellow graduate students in a three-day retreat, sponsored by the Graduate School. During this event, you will review resources, work on your teaching philosophy statement and your teaching portfolio, and engage in discussions and peer-review. This is a unique opportunity for all graduate teaching students who have taught at least two semesters or anticipate entering the job market within the next two years. Retreats are free of charge for graduate students and are held annually in mid-January and mid-June. If you have questions about the retreats, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.