Teaching Portfolio


Guidelines for developing a teaching portfolio are located officially under Regulations Relating to the Employment of Tenure-Track and Tenured Academic Staff, Appendix A, page 20. 

These guidelines, along with other regulations pertaining to the employment, reappointment and promotion of academic faculty members, have been revised as of February 2014.


Instructors interested in obtaining feedback on their Portfolios, or assistance in developing their Portfolios, can contact TLS by completing the consultation request form, or by calling 514-398-6648.


Click here to access samples (login required) from McGill professors who successfully applied for tenure or reappointment and kindly agreed to share their teaching portfolios with the McGill community. We encourage you to look at multiple samples across disciplines and use them as models for your own teaching portfolio, be it for reappointment, tenure application or promotion.

Additional hard-copy samples of teaching portfolios are available for consultation in-person at TLS. To make an appointment to view these samples, tls [at] mcgill.ca (email us) or call 514-398-6648.


Resources regarding Teaching Portfolios are found under the Teaching Resources section.

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