Date(s) - 03/03/2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
School Of Human Ecology
Teaching statements and portfolios are a common element of faculty job applications that can also be used as evidence of instructional and facilitation skills that are applicable for careers outside the academy. In the second of three virtual workshops in the OneSoHE Advanced Professional Development series, Dr. Jennifer Gaddis, SoHE’s Jane Rafferty Thiele Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor of Civil Society and Community Studies, will lead a discussion for you to learn best practices for creating a teaching statement/portfolio, review recent examples from SoHE graduates, begin outlining your own teaching philosophy, and identify “artifacts” that could be included in your teaching portfolio.
These workshops are intended for SoHE PhD students in an advanced stage of their studies, but are open to others by request. For more information, please see graduate student emails from SoHE Chief of Staff Sue Bruns or contact her directly.