On this page, you have access to the teaching portfolio reflecting my experience at UTEP during my probationary period as an assistant professor, as well as supporting documents, such as course students’ evaluations, material, letters from peers and students. Feel free to request any other information or document you might find necessary.
Follow the link to go back to the main page with links to all parts of my tenure application.
- Martine’s Teaching portfolio
Supporting documents: (work in progress)
- Course information and evaluations
- Teaching improvement efforts
- Mid-term surveys:
- Evidence from my website:
- Archives of teaching activities (2003 to 2007): http://www.cs.utep.edu/mceberio/teaching (follow the teaching and/or archives list)
- Recent teaching activities (2010-2011) with interaction from students:(for both: see all assignments and guidance given, as well as the blog at the bottom of the page)
- Documents used in class:
- Survey to determine the need for CS summer classes in 2008
- Curriculum development
- Change in the lecture plan of CS1401: syllabus with objects taught early, syllabus with objects taught late (change proposed in collaboration with Mary Kay Roy)
- Examples of labs developed for CS2402 (zipped files): fall 2005, fall 2007, fall 2008.
- Examples of assignments:
- Self-studyCQI assessment of the fundamental courses in CS at UTEP: read pages 28 to 64 for the part I prepared about my CS2402 course during fall 2008 (CS3 — Data Structures), including outcomes assessment.
- Examples of exams:
- CS2402: final exam, mid-term exam
- CS5350: final exam
- CS5303: final exam
- Letters from peers who have observed classes or reviewed course materials
- Dr Francois Modave (associate professor at Texas Tech University Health Center; at UTEP at the time of our co-teaching experience), with whom I co-taught Artificial Intelligence in Spring 2004;
- Mary Kay Roy (lecturer at UTEP in computer science), who was teaching CS1401 at the same time as I was: we had weekly meetings with our teaching assistants and lengthy discussions about the curriculum of this course. She was able to review extensively material that I prepared for this course.
- Dr. Maria Alvarez (professor at El Paso Community College) is in charge of the summer research projects program in which I am involved as faculty advisor and in which I have held seminars.
- Letters from research students
- Carlos Acosta, former Master’s student (graduated in 2007)
- Shubhra Datta, current Master’s student (expected graduation date: Fall 2011)
- Mario Bencomo, former Master’s student (now PhD student at Rice University)
- Christian Del Hoyo, current Master’s student (expected graduation date: Spring 2012)
- Luis Carlos Gutierrez, current undergraduate student (expected graduation date: Spring 2013)