Your teaching folio summarises your career or year to date.
It is recommended that teaching activities be documented according to the headings below, with reference to the UWA Teaching Criteria Framework and standard descriptors.
When using the Academic Portfolio in seeking promotion refer to the detailed teaching and learning criteria.
Where the folio is being used to support a nomination for a national teaching award, you should refer to the OLT Award Criteria, available from the Educational Strategies Office.
Your teaching folio is a summary or synthesis of your career or year to date – you will need to interpret and summarise the evidence you have collected to make a case or present a summary
Self-reflective statement about your teaching philosophy, including your goals, objectives and methods.
Refer to the teaching criteria framework to structure your response – consider the evidence you have collected in relation to the activities you have undertaken and how this demonstrates excellence in your teaching practices. Consider all six areas of activity, core knowledge and professional values in summarising your major achievements.
Refer to the standard descriptors for your level for expectations in relation to teaching quality and development and demonstrate how you meet, exceed, or are developing toward, those expectations through your activities in teaching and learning.
The Teaching Criteria Framework provides examples of the types of activities that demonstrate a leadership role in teaching and learning
The standard descriptors detail the level for expectations of leadership in teaching and learning and demonstrate how you meet, exceed, or are developing toward, those expectations through your activities in teaching and learning.
This folio is limited to five pages.