Teaching Portfolio Consultation
At the University of Colorado, as on many campuses nationwide, student evaluations are regarded as insufficient indicators of the quality of teaching. Faculty are thus encouraged, and may even be required, to compile a teaching portfolio—a collection of documents recording their teaching philosophy and their teaching performance. By pairing a faculty member with an FTEP Faculty Associate who works within the guidelines of a particular department, the FTEP can help in the development of a portfolio that suits the faculty member’s individual style.
Additional resources that can help in preparing a teaching portfolio:
1. Seldin, Peter. The Teaching Portfolio. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company, Inc., 1991. Print.
2. Edgerton, Russell, Patricia Hutchings, and Kathleen Quinlan. The Teaching Portfolio: Capturing the Scholarship of Teaching. Washington D.C.: American Association for Higher Education, 1991. Print.
We cannot accept requests for Fall 2013 consultations after November 15, 2013.