Reflective Teaching Portfolio

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When is reflective teaching portfolio workshop and how can I register?

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Reflective Teaching Portfolio

What is Reflective Teaching Portfolio?

This workshop is created to develop your teaching ePortfolio. You will learn the best practices and basic strategies to start building your teaching portfolio. You will explore ways that you can employ to showcase your teaching experience, philosophy, accomplishments, and potential. Whether you are a Teaching Assistant (TA), new to teaching or even if you have a lot of experience in teaching this workshop will enable you to organize and develop your best teaching portfolio!

After the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the purposes of teaching portfolios
  • Identify the components of a teaching portfolio
  • Identify sources of evidence and data for inclusion in a teaching portfolio
  • Write a draft of reflective and summary statements for their teaching portfolio

If you're working on a First Year Pedagogies for Inclusive Excellence (FY PIE) Certificate--which requires you to build a teaching portfolio!--this workshop will help. Want more information about earning a FY PIE Certificate? See our page here.

This workshop is part of CEETL’s Equitable Teaching Series which explores foundational teaching approaches that foster equity and inclusivity in support of student success. While funds are available, CEETL is able to pay lecturing faculty $50 per participant for each face-to-face and/or synchronous online Equitable Teaching Series workshop they complete.  For lecturing faculty attending an ETS workshop, please be sure to register, complete the sign-in sheet, and fill out the necessary paperwork to receive funding.
Questions? Email CEETL at

Visit these links below to learn more and or register for each QLT PIE or FY PIE Slice courses:

  1. Online Teaching Lab
  2. Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Institute
  3. Teaching Squares
  4. Reflective Teaching Portfolio