Teaching philosophies and teaching dossiers
Compiling a teaching dossier can be a challenging but rewarding task. It can help you understand more about yourself and your core beliefs as a teacher.
Teaching philosophies and teaching dossiers guide
This guide uses a literature-informed framework for developing teaching expertise to lead you through a series of practical exercises to develop and strengthen your teaching dossier and philosophy.
Teaching philosophies and dossiers resources
These sample philosophy statements from past University of Calgary Teaching Award recipients show the diverse ways that people express their teaching and educational leadership beliefs.
How you can create teaching dossier workshop materials
Slides and worksheets from a workshop on the steps involved in creating a teaching dossier.
The materials cover the components of a teaching dossier, how to select and present data and documentation and how to prepare a dossier.
Learn more about creating a Nomination Dossier for the Teaching Awards program workshop material
Slides and worksheets from a workshop on creating a nomination dossier for the University of Calgary Teaching Awards program. The materials cover the components of a nomination dossier, how to select and present data and documentation and how to prepare a dossier within the context of this prestigious institutional teaching awards program.
See blog posts for wider range of information about preparing a Teaching Award nomination
These blog posts provide further support for preparing a University of Calgary Teaching Award nomination
- What makes a strong teaching award nomination dossier?
- What makes a strong teaching award nomination letter?
- 5 tips for writing a strong letter of support
- How to organize and structure a teaching dossier
- Information to include in a dossier for a University of Calgary Teaching Award for Curriculum Development
- Writing a teaching philosophy statement
- Writing an educational leadership philosophy statement