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Writing a Personally Meaningful Teaching Philosophy Statement
A teaching philosophy is a personal statement that describes your own views, beliefs and theories about how teaching should operate and students need to learn, in your discipline area. There is no "right" or "wrong" way to write a teaching philosophy statement. However, there are certain issues that you should probably consider when making the connections between what you believe about teaching, how you teach and how you evaluate your students' learning. This workshop will guide you through the necessary steps to arrive at a statement that truly reflects your thoughts on teaching. With the help of some interactive activities, you will begin crafting your own teaching philosophy statement.

Please email the CTLS to request this workshop for your department.

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