Developing Your Teaching Dossier: Graduate Students

This badge is part of the Graduate Student Certificate in University Teaching and Learning program. 

This intensive, cohort-based series provides participants with the opportunity to integrate their understanding about teaching and learning into a portfolio format known as a teaching dossier. Participants will develop teaching philosophy statements and learn how to integrate them with artifacts of teaching and learning into a dossier format. Working sessions will support participants throughout the process, and peer evaluations will provide opportunities to give and receive feedback for further dossier edits and development.

Learning outcomes  

  • Develop a teaching philosophy/dossier that aligns key beliefs about teaching and learning to sources of evidence drawn from participation in the certificate program

Completion requirements  

  1. Complete a combination of online and face-to face components
  2. Summit a draft version of a teaching dossier to D2L

Badge contact information

For more information regarding the ‘Developing Your Teaching Dossier’ badge program please contact Dr. Kim Grant at grantka@ucalgary.ca

 

2018 Fall workshop schedule

*Please note this is a cohort-based program. When you register for the first workshop, this will automatically register you for all required workshops (Participants can not register for each of these workshops individually)

DATE TITLE

November 20

What is a teaching dossier? Developing a teaching philosophy statement

November 27

Gathering sources of evidence for a teaching dossier

Online

Aligning key beliefs about teaching and learning

December 11

Dossiers as living documents

 

2019 Winter workshop schedule

*Please note this is a cohort-based program. When you register for the first workshop, this will automatically register you for all required workshops (Participants can not register for each of these workshops individually)

DATE TITLE

May 6

What is a teaching dossier? Developing a teaching philosophy statement

May 9

Gathering sources of evidence for a teaching dossier

Online

Aligning key beliefs about teaching and learning

May 23

Dossiers as living documents