Option 1: Compose a Guided Reflection
Collecting feedback on your teaching is incredibly valuable for learning more about yourself as an instructor. Therefore, one way you may choose to meet Part 3 is to write a reflection on what you learned from engaging in the teaching experience (Part 1) and collecting/analyzing the feedback from it (Part 2). This guided reflection will prompt you to reflect upon the feedback you have received and its implications for teaching practice.
Option 2: Draft two sections of your Teaching Dossier: Teaching Responsibilities, Teaching Effectiveness, and Teaching Strategies
Collecting feedback on your teaching is incredibly valuable for the development of a Teaching Dossier – an outlet for recording your development as an instructor over time and for demonstrating evidence-based success in teaching. Therefore, another way in which you may choose to meet Part 3 is to draft two sections of your Dossier that are related to the collection and interpretation of feedback:
Templates of these sections (.docx) are available for you to use. While these templates offer an initial guide, your dossier is a document that is unique to you, so get creative and personalize it!
To obtain the Certificate the Practical Experience via Option 2, submit your composed Teaching Responsibilities, Effectiveness, and Strategies sections along with your Checklist for Submission.
*Remember: Select from Option 1or Option 2