References and Further Reading

Beatty J, Leigh J and Lund Dean K. (2009) Finding our roots: An exercise for creating a personal teaching philosophy statement. Journal of Management Education 33: 115-130.

Eierman R. (2008) The teaching philosophy statement: Purposes and organizational structure. Journal of Chemical Education85: 336-339.

Fitzmaurice M and Coughlan J. (2007) Teaching Philosophy Statements: A Guide. In: O’ Farrell C (ed) Teaching Portfolio Practice in Ireland: A Guide. Dublin, 39-47.

Kearns K and Sullivan C. (2011) Resources and practices to help graduate students and postdoctoral fellows write statements of teaching philosophy. Advances in Physiology Education 35: 136-145.

Medina M and Draugalis J. (2013) Writing a teaching philosophy: An evidence-based approach. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 70: 191-196.

O’Farrell C. (2007) Teaching Portfolio Practice in Ireland: A Handbook. Dublin, Ireland: Centre for Academic Practice and Student Learning, , 182.

O’Neal C, Meizlish D and Kaplan M. (2007) Writing a statement of teaching philosophy for the academic job search. Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan. Michigan: University of Michigan.

Schussler E, Rowland F, Distel C, et al. (2011) Promoting the development of graduate students’ teaching philosophy statements. Journal of College Science Teaching 40: 32-36.

Further Reading on Teaching Concepts

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