WAITLIST OPEN: Online Workshop: Drafting Your Teaching Philosophy Statement
***This workshop is currently full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please e-mail email@example.com and we will notify you if a spot opens up.***
This online workshop is open to all graduate students and will give you the opportunity to reflect on your teaching, learn some features of a successful teaching philosophy statement, and receive feedback from peers and CTE staff.
This asynchronous online workshop runs from 10/16-11/30 in Canvas and is divided into three modules. The workshop should take you from 8-10 hours total to complete. Each module will include a selection of readings, discussion posts and replies, and other tasks. An overview of module topics and dates are listed below:
Module One (10/16-10/29)
- Reflect on your memorable experiences in the classroom
- Understand what a teaching philosophy statement is
Module Two (10/30-11/12)
- Find and evaluate teaching philosophy statements within your own discipline
- Draft one paragraph of your statement
Module Three (11/13-11/30)
- Write and submit a complete draft of your teaching philosophy statement.
Enrollment is limited; please register as soon as possible, but no later than October 9th. By registering, you agree to being added to the Canvas site for the workshop and to completing all workshop activities. Please contact Francesca Minonne (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
The Center for Teaching Excellence is committed to providing equal access to its events and programs. Individuals with disabilities who anticipate needing accommodations or who have questions may contact email@example.com.