Online Teaching Portfolios | Guide and Gallery

All students in the Master of Arts and Certificate Programs create teaching portfolio websites at the end of the program that present their teaching experience and credentials, describe and demonstrate their approaches to language teaching, and showcase their accomplishments, including projects for core courses and their Experiential Module projects. 

Final Portfolio Components

  • Credentials – Resume, Proficiency Evidence 
  • Philosophy of Language Teaching
  • Demonstration of Teaching Practices
  • Assessment Design or Evaluation
  • Intercultural Teaching Materials
  • Technology for FLT (for face-to-face and remote learning)
  • Research Ethics and Experience
  • Experiential Module (Master’s Project)

Final Portfolio Guide

Graduate Program Handbook Appendix F

The MAFLT is a non-thesis program that culminates with the Experiential Module master’s project, with the Final Portfolio serving as the Comprehensive Exam for completion.

Portfolio Gallery

You can also explore the extensive final projects created by our alumni on this website:

MAFLT Showcase: Experiential Modules