Your Teaching Portfolio: A SMART Approach
AUDIENCE: Faculty members
Your Teaching Portfolio: A SMART (Systematic, Manageable, Articulate, Reviewed, Tangible) Approach
Co-sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Centre and the SFU Faculty Association
A teaching portfolio is required by policy for faculty members seeking promotion at SFU. How do you develop one?
This two-part series is offered at both SFU Burnaby and SFU Surrey. In the first of two workshops, we will discuss the rationale for teaching portfolios, examine a generic model (adaptable to your discipline standards), and learn a common language used to discuss teaching and learning approaches. You will use that language to develop your Philosophy of Teaching statement, and will begin writing the narrative that links your claims with evidence.
In the second workshop (two weeks later), we will discuss approaches to reviewing your portfolio, and your workshop colleagues will review your draft and provide feedback.
FACILITATOR: Russell Day, Department of Psychology