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Developing A Teaching Portfolio

CASE NARRATIVES AND EVIDENCES

Dr. Siti Nazuar Sailin

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA

Workshop learning outcomes

At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the processes and component of a well design reflective teaching portfolio.
  • Design a teaching portfolio that integrate case narratives and digital evidences using various online tools.

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Introduction to reflective teaching portfolio for higher education educators.


Walkthrough to an example of interactive teaching portfolio prepared using UUM e-Portfolio and other online platforms.

Processes and components involved in preparing case narratives and evidences for a teaching portfolio.


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Workshop contents

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What would you describe YOURSELF AS AN EDUCATOR in 3 WORDS?

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Teaching portfolio is our

PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY

  • Academic footprint
  • Online presence
  • Reflection of who we are


Source

San Francisco State University

Printed Teaching Portfolio

Electronic Teaching Portfolio

2018 - Submitted for DTA


2020 - current

INTERACTIVE VERSION (HARDCOPY + E-PORTFOLIO + IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGY)


  • Who we are as an educator?
  • What we're teaching?
  • What is our belief about T&L?
  • How we teach?
  • How we improve our T&L?
  • What accomplishment we have achieved?
  • How we contribute to the development of T&L in our institutions and society?

is an art of professional storytelling...

Convince with evidences...

Reflective narratives in a teaching portfolio,

  • Images, figures or charts
  • Video clips
  • Infographics
  • Social Media / Blog posts
  • Links / QR Code
  • Photo Collages
  • Screenshots, etc....

Various types of digital evidences...

Write reflections on your evidence


  • Reflections help connect the evidence to your teaching philosophy.
  • Your reflections present the process you have undertaken to further understand and develop your work as an educator.
  • It incorporates both your teaching philosophy and evidence into a single narrative.
  • DON'T LET THE EVIDENCES TO SPEAK BY THEMSELVES...!!


Cronologically

Categorically

Ways to organise Reflective Narratives

Utilise digital technologies to store, collect, compile and create evidences.

Digital Evidences

Tools for creating infographic and photo collages:

> Canva

> Genially

> Microsoft Word / Microsoft Power Point


  • Digitalised the non-digital evidences (scan/snap photos) - store it properly.

Other examples of evidences

  • Take advantage of online tools and digital editors.
  • Integrate immersive experience in our TP (eg: scan QR code/scan trigger image for augmented reality video, etc.)

Online tools make it easier..

Teaching Portfolio Components

Based on Anugerah Akademi Negara

01_TEACHING AND LEARNING PHILOSOPHY

02_OVERALL STRATEGY ON TEACHING/SUPERVISION AND EVALUATION
03_CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AS WELL AS IMPACT ON TEACHING AND LEARNING
04_TEACHING/SUPERVISION EVALUATION AND TESTIMONIAL
05_TEACHING/SUPERVISION IMPROVEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
06_SCHOLARSHIP IN TEACHING/SUPERVISION AND EVALUATION

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Autobiography

  • Introduction to ourselves.
  • Professional not personal.
  • What motivates us to become an educator?
  • What is your ”turning point”.
  • What make you “who you are” now?
  • Story of our professional journey.

• Introduction to ourselves - professional not personal.
• What motivates us to become an educator?
• Our ”turning point” / What makes you “who you are”?

01_Teaching and Learning Philosophy

  • Our personal values and beliefs about teaching.
  • Self reflective statement that describes what we believe and provides concrete examples of what we do in the classroom to support those beliefs.


Technology Enhanced Learning

concept of teaching and learning

MY

teaching and learning goals for the students

MY

teaching and learning methods/approaches/

strategies

MY

ways of assessing student’s learning

MY

MY TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

professional growth for improving our current teaching and learning practice

MY

  • Your overall concept of teaching and learning.
  • Your definition of teaching and learning.
  • Your stand and value about teaching and learning.
  • Relate it with the national educational philosophy & your institution vision and mission.

  • What methods will I used to achieve my teaching goals/objectives.
  • Aligned back with the learning theories/models/frameworks/hadith&sunnah.
  • Example:
    • case studies
    • team-based learning
    • technology-enhanced learning
    • simulations
    • exploratory learning, etc.


  • Your aspirations/goals/objectives as a teacher / an educator.
  • For example:
    • encourage mastery of learning
    • transmit information
    • develop student's critical thinking skills
    • encourage life-long learning
  • Your role as the teacher/educator.

  • How will you assess your student's understanding?
  • What is your belief about assessment and evaluation?
  • What are different types of assessment that you have/will apply?
  • Example:
    • Examination based assessment.
    • Project-based assessment.
    • Portfolio, etc.

  • Reflection and CQI.
  • How do you evaluate your own T&L practice?
  • What problems and challenges that arise?
  • How you overcome those challenges?
  • How will you improve your teaching and learning?
  • How will you continue to learn new skill and grow as an educator?

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching is learning

Active and meaningful

Student-centered 4C's Skill

Technology Enhanced Learning

Digital Immersive Learning

Experience

Project-based Assessment

Learning,

Researching,
Training.

Dr. Naz's

02_Overall strategies on teaching/supervision and evaluation

Technology Enhanced Learning

Align it with our teaching philosophy..

More specific section according to selected courses.

Shows the constructive alignment within the course.

Provide examples (evidences) of the course achievement.

03_CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AS WELL AS IMPACT ON TEACHING AND LEARNING

EXAMPLE 2

EXAMPLE 1

Research

Publication

Knowledge Sharing

06_Scholarship in Teaching/Supervision and Evaluation

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Let's have 15 minutes break

Introduction to reflective teaching portfolio for higher education educators.


Processes and components involved in preparing case narratives and evidences for a teaching portfolio.


Walkthrough to an example of interactive teaching portfolio prepared using UUM e-Portfolio and other online platforms.

"An e-portfolio makes lifelong learning real. Whether it’s your own professional development or your students’ experiences, by collecting products or objects of learning from real-life tasks and reflecting on these, personal meanings are developed. The reflective process tells stories about these experiences and the e-portfolio is the book in which they are recorded."


Smith (2018)

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