Documenting teaching effectiveness

Those of you in teaching positions might often be faced with a dilemma on how to document your teaching, gather evidence and provide an effective argument for promotion, award or job application purposes. This section gathers a variety of tools that might assist you in addressing these challenges.

  • Teaching portfolio: Why would you need a teaching portfolio and how could you go about developing one
  • Collaborative Peer Review: One of major tools to enable reflection on teaching Collaborative Peer Review is being more frequently used by teaching academics to share ideas, reflect and improve the quality of teaching in the Business School
  • Evaluation and improvement: Student feedback is only one of multiple feedback sources, but it is readily available and often offers an easy snapshot of the classroom experience
  • Promotions: Brief summary of the current promotions policy and other tools you might find useful in preparing your application
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