The Teacher Portfolio & Preparation Series (TiPPS) is designed to help future educators (specifically graduate students in language or literature departments at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa) prepare for the job market they will face upon graduation.
Each semester, the 7-part TiPPS workshop will focus on helping participants develop a teacher portfolio (statement of teaching philosophy, documentation of their teaching) and prepare for their job hunt (tips for job searches, tailoring curriculum vitae, writing effective cover letters, and interviews). Registration is limited to 12 participants per semester. TiPPS is typically offered twice a year (during summer session and fall semester).
Can’t wait for the workshop and need teacher portfolio/job hunt tips right now? Check out the various sections of the website.
TiPPS is co-facilitated by Jim Yoshioka (NFLRC) & Emily Lee (SLS).