94th ESA Annual Meeting (August 2 -- 7, 2009)

WK 21 - Writing a "Teaching Philosophy" Statement: Models and Suggestions

Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 11:30 AM-1:15 PM
Blrm A, Albuquerque Convention Center
Charlene DAvanzo
John Moore
Although graduate students and recent PhDs applying for university or college jobs must submit a statement of “teaching philosophy”, many don’t know what to say or describe. In this workshop we will look at several job ads and compare/contrast what should be in a statement for different institutional types. We will also discuss different teaching approaches and the meanings of terms such as "inquiry", "student-active", and "evaluation". We have served on a many search and hiring committees and have worked at different types of institutions – a large public research university, a medium sized public primarily undergraduate university, and small private college.

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