30 years of teaching experience, I wrote this portfolio primarily
to take stock, to reconsider what I had learned, and to describe
my approach to teaching. In writing the first version in the late
1990s, I realized that my teaching portfolio reflected my openness
to students, and I began writing a portfolio which my future students
might profitably read. This 2005 version updates my understanding
of my teaching and students' learning; it expands the explanation
of how my teaching and research interrelate; and it incorporates
my newest course, Victor Hugo: Poète, dramaturge, romancier,
critique social, artiste (FREN 3655).
I hope it may lead to more conversations with colleagues and students
about teaching and learning.