Creating a Teaching Dossier

laptop with documents open and a notebook beside it with a pen resting on the open pages. There is a mug and honey beside the laptopFacilitator: Andy Leger, Centre for Teaching and Learning

Date and Time: Wednesday, June 19, 2024; 10:30 – 11:30am;
Location: Ellis Hall, Room 333

This session will introduce and provide examples of the nature and structure of teaching dossiers, which are a valuable summary of accomplishments, strengths, and directions as a teacher.  More and more, universities require that candidates to submit teaching dossiers when they apply for positions or as part of their package for renewal, promotion or tenure.

By the end of the presentation participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the components of a teaching dossier
  2. Develop an approach to writing their own teaching philosophy
  3. Describe their own teaching experiences
  4. Create a plan to collect and analyze their evidence of teaching effectiveness

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