The Teaching Portfolio: Toward an Alternative Outcomes Assessment
Encourages using a portfolio as a means of tracking and assessing a teacher's strengths and achievements. Explains what a portfolio should include: (1) background information; (2) current statement of teaching philosophy; (3) course syllabi and descriptions; (4) course portfolio; (5) sample assignments and handouts; (6) samples of student work; (7) a summary of student course evaluation; and (8) additional documents that demonstrate competence. (NB)
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Research and Teaching in Developmental Education, 18(1).
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