Presidential Teacher Awards

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Presidential Teacher Application Guidelines


PRESIDENTIAL TEACHER SELECTION TIMELINE

September 8, 2014 - Last day for nominations.

September 10, 2014 - Notice sent to nominees.

October 1, 2014 - Last day for qualified nominees to submit portfolios.

October 20, 2014 (approximate) - Selection committee notifies finalists.

October 20, 2014 - March 30, 2015 (approximate) - Selection committee observes finalists' classes; meets with finalists and their chairs, directors, or division coordinators.

April 10, 2015 (approximate) - Presidential Teachers selected - winners notified.

May 2, 2015 - Presidential Teacher Award winners announced at undergraduate commencements.


APPLICATION PROCESS


All faculty who have been nominated will be informed via email. However, only faculty who meet the eligibility qualifications stated in the endowment may apply, i.e. a Group I, tenured, full-time member of the faculty from one of Ohio University’s campuses. 

Eligible nominees who wish to be considered for the award must submit a teaching portfolio electronically (Microsoft Word or PDF format) to Anita Leach (leacha@ohio.edu) no later than October 1, 2014.
 

Each portfolio should be between 15-20 typed pages using 1.5 line spacing, a 12 point font, one inch margins, and headers with your name and page numbers. Portfolios are to be submitted electronically in either Microsoft Word or PDF format, to Anita Leach (leacha@ohio.edu). Appendices will not be accepted.
 

REQUIRED MATERIALS

Cover Page
Table of Contents
Teaching Philosophy (1-2 pages)
List of courses taught and numbers of students enrolled for the last two years
List of numerical averages from student evaluations for the last two years, with dept. averages
Teaching Schedule for both fall and spring semesters

SUGGESTED MATERIALS

Teaching Practices and Innovations
Statement of how student progress is measured, i.e., grading practices, grade distributions, etc.
Description of how you integrate recent theories and methodologies into your classes
Description of your instructional methodology in relation to your discipline
Design and implementation of instructional approaches

Curriculum
Curriculum developed
Influence on curriculum

Mentoring and Advising Students
Undergraduate advising activities related to career and curriculum
Thesis and dissertation advising

Mentoring Faculty in Regard to Instruction
Description of activities in regard to mentoring faculty
Workshops
Colloquia

Scholarship with Respect to Teaching
Publications
Conferences
Grants received in relation to teaching 



If you have questions, please contact Anita Leach (leacha@ohio.edu) or Howard Dewald (dewald@ohio.edu).