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The intent of this e-portfolio is to provide a forum for a clear statement of my teaching philosophy, as well as for dynamic self and peer assessment. It will evolve with my teaching and reflect accomplishments and goals. Not only will it be a record of teaching scholarship but also of professional development, service, advising and research. The article by Pamela J. T. Winsor entitled “A Guide to the Development of Professional Portfolios in the Faculty of Education”, as well as the CETaL website on teaching portfolios served to provide structure to and advice as to content of this e-portfolio.
Design of the porfolio was informed by Malcolm Fleming’s article, “Displays and Communication” as well as The Non-Designers Design Book by Robin Williams.