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CDTA11043 | Teaching Portfolio
Teaching Portfolio: Impact Narratives (Writing seminar)
For NUS Staff
Credit Hours: 3.00
Fee: Free
No Available Class
Synopsis

How do I demonstrate my achievement as a university teacher? How do I use evidence to make a case for being a good teacher? This hands-on writing seminar will build on the workshop ’Developing a Teaching Portfolio: An Introductory Session’ by providing participants with the opportunity to identify their key teaching strengths and craft an argument, rather than merely list all achievements. For the purposes of the seminar, each participant will focus on one such strength: a significant practice or undertaking through which you believe you have made a positive contribution to students’ learning or, if relevant, through which you have contributed to improving institutional practice at the university (educational leadership). The seminar will provide time for working on your own impact narrative, examining and critiquing examples of impact narratives, and exchanging drafts for feedback. Following the session, optional one-to-one consultations to discuss your own impact narrative are available on request.

Who should attend: Academic staff interested in documenting their teaching for promotion and other purposes.

COURSE LEADERS

Johan GEERTSEMA, Director, CDTL
Adrian LEE, Deputy Director, CDTL
LEE Kooi Cheng, Deputy Director, CDTL
Mark GAN, Associate Director, CDTL

Intended Learning Outcomes

-Not Applicable-

 

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Offered by the Centre for Development of Teaching & Learning (CDTL)

Pre-Requisite
To register for this course, you must complete ONE of the following course(s):
  • Developing a Teaching Portfolio (Part 1)
  • Developing a Teaching Portfolio 1: Demonstrating evidence of student learning
  • Developing a Teaching Portfolio: An Introductory Session
  • Developing a Teaching Portfolio: Towards Understanding Good Teaching
  • Introduction to Teaching Portfolio