What evidence-based tools can you use to self-assess your own teaching, identifying what you are already doing well, and what new techniques or approaches you may want to try?

Teaching Practices Inventory

The Teaching Practices Inventory, developed by Physics Education researcher Carl Wieman, was designed to characterize the teaching practices used in undergraduate science and mathematics courses. The inventory requires 10-15 minutes to fill out and provides a detailed characterization of practices used in all aspects of a “lecture” course. It has been tested with several hundred faculty members, refined over a 6-year period, and published.

http://www.cwsei.ubc.ca/resources/TeachingPracticesInventory.htm

Self-Assessment Guide with links to education research studies

This Faculty Self-Assessment Guide from Oregon State University allows you to indicate the extent to which you are implementing an array of evidence-based teaching practices, with links to the supporting studies.

http://tep.uoregon.edu/resources/peerreview/docs/TEP%20Faculty%20Self%20Assessment%20Guide.pdf

The Teaching Self-Reflection Tool and Skills Checklist

This is a checklist of instructional behaviors and techniques for approaching student evaluations in a structured and reflective way.

UCLA Academic Personnel Office guidance on Teaching Evaluation

You can use UCLA CAP’s guidelines on teaching to write your teaching statement, based on what is outlined here.