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Thoroughly revised and updated, this fourth edition of the classic hands-on resource offers a comprehensive review of all the facets developing teaching portfolios. This new edition will contain new perspectives and ideas; an expanded section on web-based electronic teaching portfolios ; a sample of colleges and universities that shows how they have implemented portfolios; real-world teaching portfolios of twenty-one faculty members and a report from a university provost on what he looks for in a portfolios submitted for promotion.
Preface to the Fourth Edition.
About the Authors.
About the Contributors.
Part I: The Teaching Portfolio: What, Why, How.
1. The Teaching Portfolio.
2. Choosing Items for the Teaching Portfolio.
3. Preparing the Teaching Portfolio.
4. Steps to Creating a Teaching Portfolio.
5. The Importance of Collaboration.
6. Suggestions for Improving the Teaching Portfolio.
7. Evaluating the Teaching Portfolio.
8. Answers to Common Questions.
9. ePortfolios for Teaching Improvement (Monica A. Devanas).
10. Clinical Education Portfolios (Annalise Sorrentino).
Part II: How Portfolios Are Used.
11. Teaching Portfolios at Loyola University Maryland (Peter Rennert-Ariev).
12. Exploring the Future of Teaching Portfolios with Graduate Students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (Mathew L. Ouellett).
13. Developing Teaching Portfolios at Elgin Community College: The Early Years (Kimberly Tarver).
14. Implementing the Teaching Portfolio at Florida Gulf Coast University (Donna Price Henry).
15. Reviewing the Teaching Portfolio: Considerations from a Provost/VPAA (Ronald B. Toll).
Part III: Sample Portfolios from Across Disciplines.
16. Biological Sciences (Martha S. Rosenthal).
17. Chemistry and Biochemistry (David E. Smith).
18. Chemistry and Mathematics (Richard Schnackenberg).
19. Communication and Philosophy (Mary Pelak Walch).
20. English and Communication (Margaret Loring).
21. Family and Consumer Sciences (Esther L. Devall).
22. Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Ecology (Wiebke J. Boeing).
23. Government (Nancy V. Baker).
24. Justice Studies (Heather A. Walsh-Haney).
25. Law (Marc Jonathan Blitz).
26. Music (Stephanie Jensen-Moulton).
27. Nursing (Vicki D. Lachman).
28. Pathology (Peter G. Anderson).
29. Physical Therapy (Kimberly Tarver).
30. Physics (Michaela Burkardt).
31. Physiology and Developmental (Michael D. Brown).
32. Political Science (Richard R. Johnson).
33. Psychology (Aaron Kozbelt).
34. Social and Behaviroal Sciences (Kristine De Welde).
35. Social Work (Amanda Evans).
36. Theater (Amy E. Hughes).