Teaching Portfolio

A teaching portfolio is an academic representation of you as a practitioner and emerging reflective professor, a teaching portfolio includes curriculum vitae, a proposed course syllabus, class projects, teaching reflections, feedback forms and an artist/designer statement. Specifically, the elements of a teaching portfolio are:

Professional Presentation:
Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Artist/Designer Statement
Visual Documentation of your practice

Teaching Presentation:
Teaching Philosophy
Proposed Course Descriptions
Proposed Syllabus
Class Projects
Mid-term Feedback Form
Selected Sample Evaluations of Student Work
Selected Sample Evaluations/Teaching Reflections
Visual Documentation of your students work if available.

Components:
Incorporating Sheridan Center scholarship
Incorporating teaching with a museum collection
Incorporating safety and health practices
Incorporating inclusive classroom attitudes and diversity factors
Incorporating critique criteria and varied critique modes
Incorporating visual culture and content with technique

Scholarship of a Teaching Portfolio
Hannelore Rodriquez-Farrar
http://brown.edu/Administration/Sheridan_Center/docs/teach_port.pdf

The Teaching Portfolio
Matthew Kaplan
http://www.crlt.umich.edu/publinks/CRLT_no11.pdf

Academic Cover Letters
http://www.careereducation.columbia.edu/node/717

How to Write a Statement of Teaching Philosophy
Gabriela Montell
http://chronicle.com/article/How-to-Write-a-Statement-of/45133/

Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement
http://depts.washington.edu/cidrweb/Bulletin/TeachingStatement.html

Visual Artist Curriculum Vitae
http://www.collegeart.org/guidelines/visartcv.html

Artist Statements
RISD Writing Center Mari Iwahara and Jennifer Liese
http://risdwritingcenter.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/artist-statements.pdf

Slide Labeling
www.collegeart.org/guidelines/slidelabel.html

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