One of the things that teaching portfolios have is a teaching philosophy statement. If you feel moved to (and if you do, make a note as you are learning for professional development in a non-structured non-accredited way which will also be collaborative if we share and respond!) have a read through Chapter Four of Teaching Portfolio Practice in Ireland
Teaching Portfolio Practice in Ireland A Handbook i In 2005, the Higher Education Authority of Ireland awarded Trinity College Dublin funding to produce a publication ...
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