Interpret your results
High column totals or the cells with the greatest scores will reflect how you actually spend a lot of your teaching time. You should be able to recall, or find in your portfolio, examples of actual experiences, assessment data, and/or student feedback to work into your TPS later on.
THIS IS WHAT YOU DO AND HOW YOU DO IT.
Ask yourself: Why these choices? Why do they result in stronger learning by the students? Why do I devote most of my time to working with students in these ways? What is most important to me as a teacher?
THIS IS WHY YOU TEACH THE WAY YOU DO.
Caveat: You may discover gaps between what you do and what you value. DON'T WORRY. You can can use that information to create a GPS route to the future in the conclusion of your TPS. What steps will you take to move from where you are to where you want to be?
Note: if this activity doesn't work for you, try doing one or more of the actual inventories instead. You can use their feedback as your starting point for recalling and noting illustrative examples and evidence to weave into your statement.