Documenting your Teaching
This workshop is intended for early career and pre-tenured faculty. During this session, Kay Halasek, Director of the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning will lead an extended exploration of best practices in documenting teaching, writing teaching statements, and early considerations for reappointment, promotion and tenure. Participants are encouraged to have evaluative data (SEIs or other student evaluations, peer review reports, research on teaching) accessible during the session.
Kay Halasek, PhD, Director, Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning
Melinda Rhodes-DiSalvo, PhD, Associate Director, Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning
After this workshop participants will be able to:
- Identify the various data integral to creating effective documentation of teaching
- Interpret student evaluations and summarize and present evaluation data
- Synthesize available evidence as the grounds (or foundation) of a claim about their teaching
- Begin creating focused and effective teaching narratives that demonstrate reflective practice and a pattern of growth over time as a teacher
You may register here.
You will receive Zoom link 24 hours prior to the start of the session.
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