Professors Aren’t Good at Sharing Their Classroom Practices. Teaching Portfolios Might Help.
NOVEMBER 23, 2016
At the height of the buzz around MOOCs and flipped classrooms three years ago, Bridget Ford worried that administrators might try to replace her introductory history course with a batch of videos. Still, publishing a teaching portfolio , which document evidence of teaching success as well as more informal descriptions of teaching mechanics, is an exception rather than the norm for professors. The rate of dropout or failure is down from 13 to 5 percent.