Developing Your Teaching Portfolio


Teaching portfolios act as a means of productively preparing for the job market and a successful academic career by developing a scholarly approach to teaching, fostering habits of reflection and ongoing improvement, and providing rich, contextualized evidence of teaching and learning.

Learning Goals:

After successfully completing this workshop you will be able to:

  • describe the purposes of teaching portfolios.
  • identify components of a teaching portfolio.
  • identify sources of evidence and data for inclusion in a teaching portfolio.
  • determine how you might document and reflect on the knowledge and skills gained from your TA/teaching experience through developing a professional teaching portfolio.

What to Bring:



From other Kaneb Center workshops:

In the Library:

  1. The teaching portfolio by Peter Seldin (LB 2333 .S46 2004)
  2. The teaching portfolio by Edgerton, Hutchings, & Quinlan (LB 2333 .E33 1991)
  3. McKeachie's teaching tips by Svinicki and McKeachie (LB 2331 .S99 2011)

Online Resources:



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