It was great fun to work with everyone at FIT on Friday.  As promised I have uploaded a more recent version of my teaching portfolio for reference.  I have left the previous version as well as it can be useful to see how it has evolved.

You can find the updated copy here under resources.

If you have any followup questions please feel free to post messages here or to email me directly at Prof.Paul.King@Gmail.com


I am very pleased to be returning once again to work with the faculty at FIT to again work on their teaching portfolios.

18.2014.0912 FIT.Reflective Teaching Portfolio

This is Prof. Paul C. King.  I am heading back to FIT to provide another workshop on the teaching portfolio.  I am scheduled to return on April 10, 2012.

This is Professor Paul C. King relating today’s workshop experience.

Today we spent a great day with the adjunct faculty at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Along with my colleagues from New York City College of Technology Prof’s Janet Liou-Mark and Gwen Cohen-Brown we ran a full day Reflective Teaching Portfolio workshop as part of FIT’s Adjunct Summer Institute. We were impressed by the energy of the faculty and are grateful for the positive response to our presentations and workshop activities.

Many interesting ideas were presented in the morning collaborative curriculum development session and we hope that some of these ideas will make their way into the curriculum. I know that many in attendance would love to sit in on many of the proposed new courses.

We hope that we have helped you to begin the journey towards the development of your own teaching portfolios and will make use of its reflective nature to enhance your teaching. I encourage you to make use of the many methods that were demonstrated and discussed.

Hopefully we have also fostered some long-term friendships among faculty who may not have known each other prior to this workshop and have set the stage for future collaborations.

I look forward to hearing of the great things the faculty at FIT are doing and send my thanks to all who attended.

Welcome to a Reflective Teaching Porfolio Blog started by Prof. Paul C. King. I hope this site will be useful to you as you work to create your own teaching porfolio. I am trying not to be overly ambitious about the contents of this site but to start small and build slowly.

It’s a start!

Please feel free to comment and contribute to the site.