TLG Volunteer Portfolio Guidelines
A portfolio offers TLG Volunteers a means of storing, organizing and sharing materials and information related to their teaching in a way which encourages reflection and professional development. A portfolio can be used to store material a teacher and their learners produce. This should include:
• The TLG Volunteer’s statement of the teaching philosophy;
• Class profiles;
• Lesson materials;
• Teaching methods;
• Student assessment;
• Lesson plans;
• Examples of learners’ work;
• Learners’ and peer feedback;
• Self-reflections and self-evaluation on their teaching;
• Personal goals for improving teaching and enhancing skills.
For more information about the TLG Volunteer Portfolios and the guidelines for submitting your own, click here
Teaching Portfolios for the 2011-2012 Academic Year:
- Tyler taught in the village of Gegelidzeebi at School #2 during his time as a TLG Volunteer.
Arriving in the 25th group of TLG Volunteers, Graham was placed in Otchkhomuri and Lesichine in Samegrelo!Gustavo Wong
- With a Master's in Education and extensive experience teaching in Hong Kong, Gustavo arrived to work in Meria, Guria last September.