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Crafting a Teaching Statement and Portfolio

Speaker

Hugh Crumley, Ph.D.

A teaching portfolio is more than a collection of documents: it is set of claims about your teaching and evidence to support them. In this workshop, you will examine how claims and evidence can be framed in way that allows you demonstrate your skill (or potential) as a university instructor in a teaching statement supported by materials created by you (such as videos, handouts and student assignments). This workshop is suitable for postdocs and graduate students in all academic disciplines and is open to recent alumni of The Graduate School. This workshop is facilitated by Dr. Hugh Crumley, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs in The Graduate School.

This event is part of the College Teaching Workshops sponsored by The Graduate School. Questions? Contact Dr. Courtnea Rainey, Assistant Dean for Assessment and Evaluation, at courtnea.rainey@duke.edu.


Categories

Professional Development, Communication, Teaching and Mentoring, & College Teaching Workshops