Teaching Portfolio Resources
Our own Web site, Landing an Academic Job, has a page on creating a Teaching Portfolio, which includes suggestions for format and content, writing exercises, and several sample components. These pages are geared towards graduate students; however, they can be helpful for faculty as well.
The Teaching Portfolio
This site from Brown University is a good source for a basic introduction to teaching portfolios, a self-inventory of teaching priorities and links to other resources on the academic job search.
Developing a Teaching Portfolio
This Ohio State site provides a brief overview of the purpose and preparation of the teaching portfolio as well as more specific information about how to create and gather materials for the portfolio.
TLC's Teaching Portfolio Site
An excellent resource from the University of Saskatchewan's Teaching and Learning Centre, this page presents an extensive list of steps to follow in building a portfolio. The sections include "The scholarship of teaching and learning," "Engaging in the scholarship of teaching and learning," "The parts of a portfolio," and "Frequently asked questions."
Preparing a Teaching Portfolio: A Guidebook
This comprehensive online guidebook from the Center for Teaching Effectiveness at UT Austin offers steps to design the portfolio and suggestions about what to include.
The Teaching Dossier Kit
Excellent site from the Teaching and Learning Centre of The University of Victoria. Offers advice on format, definitions, purpose, as well as sample tables of contents, a checklist on information to gather, and a bibliography of other resources.