Are you a graduate student with ambitions of becoming a respected academic in your field?

Do you want to stand out from the competition and secure your dream job in academia?

Alternatively, are you an early career academic needing to revise your existing dossier for advancement purposes?


Crafting a Winning Teaching Dossier/Portfolio: Insider Secrets to Stand Out in the Academic Job Market

This comprehensive guide is specifically designed to help ambitious graduate students or early career academics like you excel in crafting a compelling teaching dossier/portfolio that will captivate hiring or promotion committees.

Inside this guide, you’ll discover:

  1. Proven strategies to create a powerful teaching philosophy statement that showcases your passion and expertise.
  2. Step-by-step instructions on how to gather evidence/data from multiple sources.
  3. Verified strategies on how to analyze your data so that it demonstrates your commitment to teaching excellence and supporting students’ learning.
  4. Insider secrets on how to make a lasting impression with a well-crafted teaching dossier/portfolio that is authentic and aligned.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take your teaching career to new heights. By implementing the strategies in Crafting a Winning Teaching Dossier/Portfolio, you’ll position yourself as a standout candidate and gain the competitive edge you need to secure your dream academic position and attain the promotions you deserve. What you learn in this guide, will serve you well for your whole career.

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Cynthia Korpan, PhD
ITeach: Certification in Higher Ed Inc

About me

I have over 18 years experience in Educational Development in Higher Education and over 35 years related to workplace learning. As the former Director of Teaching Excellence at the University of Victoria, I garnered significant experience in developing programs and courses, teaching undergraduates, graduate students, and professors, and mentoring many about learning and teaching in higher education. In 2017, I was honoured with the Educational Developers Caucus Leadership Award for my national work related to educational development. My research focuses on early career academics’ first teaching in the academic workplace. This work and my expertise has been and continues to be shared with institutions around the world, such as Canada, the United States, China, Uganda, Pakistan, and Ghana.

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