Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement: Who are you as an Educator?
Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement: Who are you as an Educator? Online
Many academic positions require a teaching philosophy statement as one of the application materials to learn about a candidate’s teaching beliefs, values, and use of evidence-based teaching and assessment practices for effective instruction. In this workshop you will learn how to document your teaching and/or teaching professional development experiences to start crafting your teaching philosophy statement with the help of a rubric. At the end of this session, you will have a working draft of your teaching statement, which will encourage you to continue your efforts toward intentional and effective teaching and instruction.
* This is part two (2) of our 3-part workshop series. The last in the series is on Diversity Statements and will be held on November 21 from 3:00-4:30pm.
- Dr. Stefanie Baier is the Director of Instructional Development for Graduate Students and Postdocs at the Graduate School at Michigan State University. In her role she is in charge of the curriculum for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) preparation, manages teaching professional development of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, and (co-)facilitates workshops on various topics including Teaching Philosophy Statement and DEI Statement workshops.
Please register for this event and add the details to your calendar. The Graduate School will send a reminder with Zoom connection information a few days before the session. Additionally, slides and any other related materials after the session will be distributed to all registered participants after the fact.