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Teaching Portfolio 3-Day Workshop

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Date:
June 4
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Location

Venue/Room:
N-227 Conference Room

Organizers

Faculty Commons
PDAC

The Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC) will sponsor a three-day hands-on workshop for full-time faculty who will have the opportunity to work with Professor Janet Liou-Mark to create their Teaching Portfolios. City Tech’s Teaching Portfolio Workshop- based on the Peter Seldin model- is a dynamic, personal and goal-setting opportunity to challenge assumptions, provide a framework for reflection, and offer guidance about the process of teaching and learning in a collegial setting.

As a follow up to the workshop, Professors Paul King and Aida Egues, seasoned mentors in the Teaching Portfolio / PARSE process, offer one-on-one consultations.Contact them individually via campus email.

The workshop is limited to 10 participants from across the college.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Create a teaching portfolio which can be included in your PARSE
  • Reflect on teaching philosophies; articulate your own philosophy
  • Identify your teaching methodologies and assessment strategies
  • Organize your teaching materials
  • Discuss how teaching in your discipline fosters concepts of General Education
  • Discover interdisciplinary themes and how to integrate them into your practice
  • Design an e-faculty portfolio; contact OpenLab for assistance (optional)

Questions:
Please contact Julia Jordan, jjordan@citytech.cuny.edu or 718.260.5637

Date/Times:
May 30, May 31 and June 4, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM*

Workshop Leader:
Professor Janet Liou-Mark

Location:
Faculty Commons, Namm 227, Conference room

Lunch:
*on your own / brown bag is welcome

Registration is now closed!

 

For examples of Teaching Portfolios, please see Teaching Portfolio examples on the PARSE website.

 

Nucleus Volume 9 Summer 2018